|Lawyer: Nazi war suspect dies as extradition OK'd
The lawyer for a suspected Nazi war crimes suspect says the 89-year-old Philadelphia man has died while awaiting extradition to Germany.
|2 bombs kill at least 25 in Kaduna, north Nigeria
Police say at least 25 people were killed Wednesday by two bombings in the northern city of Kaduna.
|Gaza battle rages as US pushes for truce
Even as Secretary of State John Kerry reports progress in efforts to work out a truce, Israeli troops have been battling Hamas militants near a town in the southern Gaza Strip.
|Investigators work without full access to crash site
British investigators have begun examining the flight recorders from the downed Malaysia Airlines plane.
|Rebels confirm downing of two Ukrainian fighter jets
Just 20 miles from the site of the Malaysia Airlines plane wreckage, pro-Russia rebels have shot down two Ukrainian fighter jets today. The separatists say one of the pilots was killed, and another is being sought by rebel fighters.
|US hedge fund files suit against Puerto Rico gov
The government of Puerto Rico is now facing a second lawsuit in response to a new law that would allow certain public corporations in the U.S. territory to restructure their debt if needed.
|Taiwanese news agency: Plane crashes in emergency landing, killing 51 people, injuring 7
Taiwanese news agency: Plane crashes in emergency landing, killing 51 people, injuring 7.
|Americans aplenty as UK's Booker Prize goes global
The Americans have arrived in force for Britain's Booker literary prize.
|Lithuania to adopt euro currency in January
The European Union is giving Lithuania the green light to adopt the euro currency starting next year.
|Lufthansa cancels another day of Tel Aviv flights
Germany's largest airline, Lufthansa, says it is cancelling all flights to Tel Aviv for at least another 24 hours because of ongoing safety concerns.