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Pope Francis, Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill in historic talks


Pope Francis met with Patriarch Kirill in Cuba Friday — the first time the leaders of the two religions have met since the schism that divided Christianity nearly 1,000 years ago.

Corruption lawsuit against Russian President Vladimir Putin rejected


A Moscow court has rejected a lawsuit filed against Russian President Vladimir Putin by opposition leader Alexei Navalny.

2 teen girls killed in shooting at Arizona high school


Two 15-year-old girls are dead after a shooting at an Arizona high school on Friday, police say.

Philae comet lander likely dead now, scientists say


European scientists have given up hope of restoring contact with space probe Philae, which successfully landed on a comet in a pinpoint operation only to lose power because its solar-driven batteries were in the shade.

2 men charged in death of Alan Kurdi on trial in Turkey


Two men are on trial in Turkey for the death of three-year-old Syrian migrant Alan Kurdi, along with four other people.

Teen girl sent by Boko Haram rips off suicide vest, refuses to bomb refugee camp


Strapped with a booby-trapped vest and sent by the extremist Boko Haram group to kill as many people as possible, the young teenage girl tore off the explosives and fled as soon as she was out of sight of her handlers.

Zika virus vaccines at least 18 months away from trials, WHO says


The World Health Organization said Friday that possible vaccines for the Zika virus are at least 18 months away from large-scale trials.

China 'involuntarily removed' Hong Kong bookseller, Britain says


Britain says a missing Hong Kong bookseller was likely abducted to mainland China in what it called a "serious breach" of the treaty under which Beijing took control of the city.

Detection of gravitational waves marks new era in astronomy: Bob McDonald


The announcement Thursday that elusive gravitational waves have been detected for the first time heralds a new era in astronomy that could be as important as Galileo’s first use of the telescope.

Cover Me: Bruce Springsteen memoir details, art released


Simon & Schuster announced Thursday that Bruce Springsteen has spent the past several years working on a memoir, which will come out Sept.

Syria could see temporary truce in a week, diplomats say


Diplomats trying to secure a ceasefire for the civil war in Syria fell short in organizing an immediate truce but agreed to try to work out details and implement a temporary "cessation of hostilities" in the coming week.

Sanders, Clinton to debate in Milwaukee after splitting first 2 electoral tests


After splitting the first two voting contests, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are taking their increasingly heated fight for the Democratic presidential nomination back to the debate stage Thursday night, jockeying for advantage as the race heads toward delegate-rich states.

Massive gas leak near Los Angeles plugged after 16 weeks


A blowout at a natural gas well that gushed uncontrollably for 16 weeks and drove thousands of residents from their Los Angeles homes was plugged Thursday, a utility said.

Tesla Model X makes global auto show debut in Toronto


Tesla is showing off its new SUV, the Model X, at the Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto this week.

Trudeau says Canada will seek seat on UN Security Council


Canada is looking to win a seat on the UN Security Council as part of a move to renew its relationship with the world body, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today.

Mexico prison riot and fire kills 52 inmates


Fifty-two inmates were killed and 12 injured in a brutal fight between two rival factions at a prison in northern Mexico on Thursday, the state governor said.

Gravitational waves detected for 1st time


Gravitational waves, ripples in space-time predicted by Einstein's general theory of relativity 100 years ago, have finally been detected.

Teacher in Saudi Arabia kills 6 colleagues: report


A teacher in southern Saudi Arabia opened fire on colleagues Thursday, killing at least six people and wounding two, state television reported.

Janet Yellen helps the world calm down and take stock: Don Pittis


Calm and cool, the world’s most powerful central banker was able to make a strong case yesterday that the United States is not going to hell in a hand-basket.

North Korea ramps up rhetoric as South suspends joint factory operations


North Korea on Thursday vowed to immediately deport all South Korean nationals and freeze all South Korean assets at a jointly run factory park in the North, a swift, aggressive response to the South Korean decision to suspend operations at the former symbol of inter-Korean cooperation.


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