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Hit Hard By Ebola, Liberia Now Has A Third Treatment Center

Men, women and children began lining up hours before the new facility opened — only the third Ebola treatment center in a country where the virus is spreading with alarming speed.
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Pope Says It's OK To 'Stop' Aggressors In Iraq To Protect Minorities

Pope Francis added "the means that can be used to stop them must be evaluated." The comments come as the U.S. conducts airstrikes against militants of the Islamic State who are targeting minorities.
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Paris Heist: Gunmen Take $335,000 From Saudi Motorcade

The thieves left with a stolen Mercedes that was later found burned along with one of two BMWs the robbers used to stop the convoy. Police say the team seems to be fairly experienced.
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Kurds Say They Have Retaken Strategic Mosul Dam From Militants

But the jihadist Islamic State said it still controls the dam, and that fighting is ongoing. If the Kurdish claim is confirmed, it would deal the militants their first major reversal since June.
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Photographer Recalls How Ebola Patients Were Carried Off In Liberia

Protesters attacked a quarantine center holding the patients, forcing at least 20 to leave the facility. Getty's John Moore says the "mob ... pulled people out of the isolation ward."
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Ukraine: Reports Of Attack On Civilian Convoy Near Luhansk

Ukraine's government and pro-Russian separatists are blaming one another for an attack on a convoy carrying people who were fleeing the fighting near the eastern city of Luhansk.
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Running Late, Pope Skips Evening Prayers In South Korea

The Vatican says the pope ran out of time during a stop to bless disabled children and the elderly. The pope told the crowd if the helicopter doesn't take off on time, we might smash into a mountain.
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WikiLeaks' Assange Says He'll Leave Embassy In London

Citing health concerns, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says he'll leave Ecuador's embassy, where he has lived for more than two years. He faces potential criminal charges in Sweden and the U.S.
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WikiLeak's Assange May Leave Refuge Of Ecuador's Embassy

According to reports, WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange will be leaving the Ecuadorian Embassy in central London soon. He's been held up there for more than two years in a standoff with authorities.
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Russian Government Feels Pressure From Western Sanctions

David Greene talks to Izabella Kaminska of the Financial Times about the sanctions the West has imposed against Russia for its moves into Ukraine. In retaliation, Russia has imposed sanctions too.

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