Islamic State radio station claims Saudi mosque attack, warns of 'black days' for Shiites
UN chief says save migrants, deal with cause of flight as search for boats continues
Official says roadside bomb kills 2, including a district chief, in southern Afghanistan
Japan pledges climate change aid to Pacific island nations in latest bid to raise clout
AP Interview: Gulf business leader says Middle East pays high economic price for gender gap
Syrian activists document rise of chlorine attacks in war as world searches for ways to act
1 year after coup, Thailand is calm but tensions simmer as generals shape politics
Boat by boat, how more than 3,000 stranded migrants reached relative safety in Southeast Asia
Peru suspends civil liberties in Tambo valley region after 4th death in anti-mining protests
China contributing experts, troops to Southeast Asian disaster relief drills in Malaysia
Huge crowds celebrate 60th anniversary at DisneyLand; Indy pit girl breaks barriers.
State Department releases 296 Hillary Clinton emails; Texas underwater: flooding forcing residents out of their homes; 8-week-old baby hippo goes for a swim at the San Diego Zoo.
Meetings, however, have been "very productive."
Protests turned deadly amid elections in the small African nation.
Plains All American Pipelines Under Fire for Oil Spill in CA; Jessie J Rocks Central Park
Libya embassy evacuated last summer, staff drove in armored convoy to Tunisia.
Could become the first country to legalize it through a referendum.
Dog fell into water filled with mud, stones and other debris.
After his rescue in 2000, Elian was placed in the care of his Miami relatives, who fought to keep him in the U.S. against the will of his father Juan Miguel back in Cuba.
Even the rare old currency of the Nazi puppet state will be used.
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DC mansion murder suspect thought to be in New York City area; ISIS threatens priceless artifacts after they seize new city; Elephant takes "Elphie" selfie with student pal.
News photographs taken around the world on 5.21.15
Officials concerned militants could destroy priceless ruins.
Colombian police officers rescued the dog from strong river currents after a disastrous landslide hit the area.
ISIS has officially taken over the city of Palmyra, stoking fears that militants will destroy the priceless artifacts left in the ancient city.
In an ABC News exclusive interview, Elian said his relationship with the former Cuban president is one of friendship.
Now 21, Elian says his father Juan Miguel "did the right thing" by bringing him back to his home country.
California oil spill leaves miles of beach soiled with slicks; banks fined more than $5B, to plead guilty to market rigging; Bin Laden raid documents released.
News photographs taken around the world on 5.20.15.
Elian says he and former Cuban president have maintained a friendship since meeting Castro upon his return.
Rights organizations say the move is aimed at clamping down on dissent to Vladimir Putin's rule and could push Russia further from the West.
Organizers of this year's Eurovision Song Contest are installing special anti-booing technology in anticipation that Russia's entry may get a hostile reception at the event this Saturday.
Undercover Agents Go on the Hunt for Counterfeit Drugs; Stores Advertising Cheaper Drugs From Canada Are Put to the Test; How Counterfeit Items Could Be Putting You and Your Family at Risk
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