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5/2/2015 6:42 PM
U.S. airstrikes possibly killed villagers
ISTANBUL — Scores of Arab villagers died in airstrikes Thursday in northeast Syria, and local activists charged Saturday that the U.S.-led coalition was responsible.

5/2/2015 3:01 PM
Gaza situation intolerable, Jimmy Carter says
JERUSALEM — Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said Saturday that eight months after a bloody war in the Gaza Strip the situation there remains “intolerable.”

5/2/2015 3:11 AM
Duchess of Cambridge gives birth
From Prince Charles to the bettors at the corner store, everyone in Britain was hoping for a girl.

5/2/2015 9:53 AM
Yemen not a failed state, Kerry says
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says Yemen can avoid ending up a failed state.

5/2/2015 9:12 AM
Taliban, Afghan officials meet in Qatar
DOHA, Qatar — Qatar’s state news agency is reporting that Afghan and Taliban officials will be holding two days of “reconciliation” talks in the Gulf nation.

5/1/2015 2:20 PM
USA hockey team beats Finland 5-1
PRAGUE — Canada showed its attacking power with a 6-1 victory over Latvia today in the first game of the world hockey championship, while the United States beat last year’s runner-up Finland 5-1.

5/1/2015 12:00 AM
Toledoan experienced Nepal quake
Toledo native Ted Smith and his wife, Dominique Arellano, found themselves in the middle of an international story Saturday when they landed in Nepal just 30 minutes before the devastating 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit the country.

5/1/2015 9:38 AM
Prince Charles hoping for granddaughter
LONDON — Is Britain getting a new princess? Prince Charles certainly hopes so.

5/1/2015 9:25 AM
May Day demos staged around the world
BERLIN — Left-wing groups and trade unions are staging rallies across Europe, the Middle East and Asia on Friday to mark International Workers Day.

5/1/2015 7:05 AM
South Koreans protest labor policies
SEOUL, South Korea — Thousands of South Koreans marched in Seoul today for a third week to protest government labor policies and the handling of a ferry disaster that killed more than 300 people a year ago.




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