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Poroshenko: Moscow, Kiev agree to ceasefire in eastern Ukraine

Poroshenko: Moscow, Kiev agree to ceasefire in eastern Ukraine

Ukraine's President announced a ceasefire agreement Wednesday with Russia, but U.S. President Barack Obama greeted it with skepticism and Moscow downplayed it.
Obama: ISIS killers will not intimidate U.S.

Obama: ISIS killers will not intimidate U.S.

President Barack Obama said Wednesday that the killers of two American journalists will be brought to justice, and their barbaric acts will do nothing to intimidate the United States.

Obama flies to Europe with a warning for Putin

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- When Air Force One lands in Estonia's capital Wednesday, the U.S. message to Vladimir Putin -- only 500 miles away in Moscow -- will be clear: Stay put.
Obama flies to Europe with a warning for Putin

Obama flies to Europe with a warning for Putin

When Air Force One lands in Estonia's capital Wednesday, the U.S. message to Vladimir Putin -- only 500 miles away in Moscow -- will be clear: Stay put.

ISIS beheads second journalist

The Islamic terror group ISIS says it has now executed a second American. According to the SITE intelligence group, ISIS is planning to release a video purportedly showing journalist Steven Sotloff's beheading.

Al-Shabaab leader's fate unclear after suspected U.S. drone strike

MOGADISHU, Somalia (CNN) -- He's known as the man behind 2013's ghastly shopping mall siege in Nairobi, Kenya. He's pledged his terror group's allegiance to al Qaeda.

Al-Shabaab grew amid Somalia's lawlessness

(CNN) -- U.S. military forces conducted an operation Monday in Somalia against the Al-Shabaab network, Pentagon press secretary Rear Adm. John Kirby said. Here is a Q&A that looks at the al Qaeda-linked militant group:
3 things to know about the biggest IPO in a long time

3 things to know about the biggest IPO in a long time

Chinese tech giant Alibaba is gearing up for a market debut that could set new records. Now that it's just around the corner, here are three things you need to know before the big splash: 1. It's any day, folks
Is it over for Uber in Germany?

Is it over for Uber in Germany?

LONDON (CNNMoney) -- Uber is facing a ban in Germany after a court ruled that its drivers need a taxi license if they want to profit from passengers.
Pakistan military denies reports of possible PM resignation

Pakistan military denies reports of possible PM resignation

With protests raging in the streets of Islamabad, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif met with military leaders Monday to discuss the option of resigning for three months, a government official with direct knowledge told CNN.
Iraqi military families storm parliament, demand answers after ISIS slaughter

Iraqi military families storm parliament, demand answers after ISIS slaughter

The families of Iraqi military members attacked by ISIS in June stormed parliament in Baghdad Tuesday, demanding more information about the fate of their loved ones, a parliamentary official told CNN.
Al-Shabaab leader's fate unclear after suspected U.S. drone strike

Al-Shabaab leader's fate unclear after suspected U.S. drone strike

A suspected U.S. drone strike targeted senior leaders of Al-Shabaab in southern Somalia, but it's not clear if the leader of the Islamic militant group was wounded or killed, a Somali official said Tuesday.
Cameron lays out plans to counter UK jihadi threat

Cameron lays out plans to counter UK jihadi threat

UK Prime Minister David Cameron has laid out his battle plan to counter the threat posed by Islamist extremists returning to Britain after fighting with terror groups overseas.
Funerals, ghost towns and haunted health workers: Life in the Ebola zone

Funerals, ghost towns and haunted health workers: Life in the Ebola zone

ZANGO TOWN, Liberia (CNN) -- At the gravesite in a northern Liberia village, there are no religious or traditional burial rites. No ceremony, no mourning, no family members, and no final goodbyes.
Americans detained in North Korea speak to CNN, ask for U.S. help

Americans detained in North Korea speak to CNN, ask for U.S. help

 Three Americans detained in North Korea spoke out about their conditions and pleaded for U.S. help in interviews with CNN.