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(Undated) -- Ukraine will block hundreds of Russian trucks carrying humanitarian aid before they can enter that country. Officials in Ukraine say they will stop the trucks at the border, and the cargo will be transferred to vehicles belonging to the Red Cross and other agencies...
(Geneva) -- World Health Organization medical experts are backing the use of experimental drugs to fight West Africa's deadly Ebola outbreak. The panel ruled today that it is ethical to offer unproven drugs or vaccines as potential treatments, despite the fact they haven't been...
(Undated) -- The death of Oscar winner Robin Williams is sending shockwaves around the world. The beloved television and film star died unexpectedly Monday at the age of 63 of a suspected suicide. Williams shot to fame in the late 1970s playing alien Mork on the TV sitcom "Mork...
(Ferguson, MO) -- Another night of rioting in Ferguson, Missouri has people in the St. Louis suburb pleading for help. Police in riot gear used tear gas to disperse crowds of protesters angry about the weekend police shooting of teenager Michael Brown. Officers have been called...
(Undated) -- The Gaza ceasefire is holding and Israeli and Palestinian negotiators are still talking, but there is no progress on a truce to end the month-long war between Israel and Hamas. Negotiators are in Cairo, where indirect talks continue today. Hamas and its allies want...
(Undated) -- The wife of late radio legend Casey Kasem may be preparing to have his body flown to Europe. TMZ says this is the latest turn of events since Kasem died nearly two months ago in Washington state. It would be the second time Jean Kasem has moved the body against the...
(Undated) -- Pope Francis is preparing to travel to South Korea, where he'll celebrate World Youth Day. The Pope arrives in Seoul Thursday and, after visiting lay members as well as priests and nuns, he'll conclude his trip with a Mass for peace and reconciliation next Monday...
(Undated) -- Liberia will soon receive an experimental Ebola drug. The drug will be given to two sick doctors, making them the first Africans to receive the scarce treatment. Anger is growing over the fact that the only people to receive the experimental treatment so far are...
(Steele City, NE) -- Building the controversial Keystone XL pipeline could mean more carbon emissions than the State Department is estimating. A new study says the pipeline could produce four times more greenhouse gas emissions than previously thought. The Obama administration...