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Stunning blue hue as algae lights up Hong Kong harbor

Stunning blue hue as algae lights up Hong Kong harbor

The stunning photo shows a shimmering blue shoreline with the bright lights of Hong Kong in the distance.
16 dead in protests marking Egypt revolution

16 dead in protests marking Egypt revolution

Sixteen people have been killed in protests marking the fourth anniversary of Egypt's revolution, officials say.
ISIS demanding release of convicted terrorist to save Japanese hostage

ISIS demanding release of convicted terrorist to save Japanese hostage

ISIS appears to have beheaded one of its Japanese hostages and is demanding the release of a convicted terrorist in Jordan to spare the other.
Video claims 1 Japanese ISIS hostage killed; new demand made

Video claims 1 Japanese ISIS hostage killed; new demand made

One of ISIS' two Japanese hostages has been killed after a deadline for ransom passed, and the terror group has issued a new demand for the other's freedom -- a prisoner exchange -- a video posted online Saturday by a known ISIS support
What's happening in the Middle East and why it matters

What's happening in the Middle East and why it matters

 The Middle East has never been a simple place. Yet nowadays, this region is especially turbulent -- with waves rocking several countries, so big that their effects are being felt worldwide, including the West.
The mysterious world of 'lightbombing': Dazzling art illuminates the streets

The mysterious world of 'lightbombing': Dazzling art illuminates the streets

It's 4 o'clock in the morning. Most of Birmingham, the second most populated city in England, is fast asleep. But like a thief in the dead of night, a solitary figure slips through the city's deserted streets.
Doomsday Clock moved closer to midnight

Doomsday Clock moved closer to midnight

The world is closer to doomsday.
The mysterious world of 'lightbombing': Dazzling art illuminates the streets

The mysterious world of 'lightbombing': Dazzling art illuminates the streets

It's 4 o'clock in the morning. Most of Birmingham, the second most populated city in England, is fast asleep. But like a thief in the dead of night, a solitary figure slips through the city's deserted streets.
Thousands to say farewell to Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah

Thousands to say farewell to Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah

Thousands are gathering in Riyadh on Friday to say farewell to Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al Saud, a cautious reformer who succeeded in securing broader freedoms in the conservative kingdom but fell short in gaining greater
Fate of Japanese hostages unknown as ISIS deadline apparently passes

Fate of Japanese hostages unknown as ISIS deadline apparently passes

The fate of two Japanese men whom ISIS kidnapped and threatened to execute was unknown Friday as the 72-hour deadline that the militant group set apparently came and went.

Journey - St Augustine

During Black History Month we are exploring 'The Journey' four hundred fifty years of the African-American experience.
AirAsia flight climbed quickly, then stalled before crash, reports say

AirAsia flight climbed quickly, then stalled before crash, reports say

AirAsia Flight QZ8501 climbed rapidly before it crashed, a top Indonesian official said Tuesday, according to The Jakarta Post.