International

(Undated) -- At least 19 people are dead after Israel shelled a United Nations school where Gaza war refugees had been taking shelter. Former U.S. United Nations Ambassador Bill Richardson says the U.S. is playing the right role in the dispute. This morning's strike followed the...
(Washington, DC) -- The U.S. is sending more than 375-million dollars in additional humanitarian aid to war-torn Syria. State Department spokesperson Marie Harf called the situation in Syria an ongoing humanitarian crisis and said the U.S. continues to lead the world in...
(Moscow) -- Russia's state owned bank of Moscow has joined the chorus of official voices saying European Union and U.S. sanctions are not having any appreciable affect. But with international companies pulling out of Russia, deals being withdrawn and credit and technology...
(Undated) -- A massive Ebola outbreak in West Africa is sparking fears that the deadly virus could spread across the globe. The outbreak is the worst in history and has hit Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone, leaving close to 700 people dead. There's no vaccine and no...
(Undated) -- Investigators from the Netherlands and Australia are once again being denied access to the crash site of the Malaysian jetliner in eastern Ukraine. Today marks the fourth day investigators have tried to access the crash site, only to be turned away because of...
(Undated) -- More than a dozen African girls and young women say a British Airways pilot sexually abused them when he visited their schools and orphanages. They range in age from eight to 20 and they plan to sue the airline. Their attorney says British Airways should be held...
(Jerusalem) -- Israel is calling for a four-hour humanitarian ceasefire as the carnage in Gaza intensifies. The bloodletting continued today when Israel shelled a United Nations sponsored school in Gaza, leaving at least 19 people dead. More than 100 were wounded, some of them...
(Undated) -- The son of a healthcare worker who has Ebola says his mother is in stable condition. Jeremy Writebol tells NBC's "Today" his mother, Nancy, is working hard to beat the virus. Nancy Writebol of North Carolina contracted Ebola while working with doctors to control the...
(Undated) -- A Dutch official says investigators from the Netherlands and Australia are once again being denied access to the crash site of the Malaysian jetliner in eastern Ukraine. Today marks the fourth day investigators have tried to access the crash site, only to be turned...