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President Hollande gives a quick "no," to Wikileaks' founder, arguing he is in no imminent danger
Move to suspend UberPop follows crackdown by law enforcement and fierce protests by taxi drivers
One of the primary sticking points for negotiators has been access for inspectors to Iran's military sites, but there are new signs a deal could be reached
While economically strapped nation is divided over accepting even deeper cuts, Greeks are far less ambiguous on remaining part of the eurozone
The extremist group attacked several mosques in northeastern Nigerian town one day after similar assault on another village
Tourists witnessed the moment the wild animal latched on to the arm of the guide driving their safari vehicle
Tariq bin Tahar al-'Awni al-Harzi was in charge of moving fighters and weapons into Syria and Iraq, official says
Airstrikes kill extremists in Sinai Peninsula a day after unprecedented assault by ISIS-linked militants
Two-time champion making another early exit from tournament after German plays the match of his life
A jury determined the 51-year-old married woman's judgment was impaired when she killed the children