- Malaysia probes apparent hacking of MH370 data
- Pygmies torch DR Congo villages in revenge strike: UN
- We won't fight Boko Haram with such weapons: Soldiers
- Iran nuclear deal tied to 5+1 Group's goodwill: FM spokeswoman
- Australian students rally against education budget cuts
- Hamas launches rocket barrage deep into Occupied Palestine
- Iraq's Zebari urges global support against ISIL terrorists
- US fends off international criticism over Ferguson crackdown
- Russia launches military drills in south
- Nine Ukrainian troops killed near volatile Donetsk
Several wildfires have erupted in the US state of California, prompting the evacuation of thousands of people in the state and destroying a number of homes and threatening hundreds more.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will not leave the Ecuador Embassy in London until he is given guarantees that he will not be extradited to the United States, Assange’s lawyer Jennifer Robinson said on Tuesday.
Chicago Students Union organizes press conference and march to demand a democratic Board of Education and an end to school closures.
News out of Ferguson, Missouri, has been devastating. Since unarmed teenager Michael Brown was killed by an as-yet-unidentified police officer, local police have responded to the community’s demonstration of outrage with unprecedented force, using military-style weaponry to suppress peaceful protests, arrest black elected officials and detain journalists.