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Watch Video President Obama can breathe easy now. He has the votes he needs to push his landmark nuclear deal with Iran through Congress.
Watch Video The Icelandic government says it's considering taking in more Syrian refugees after thousands of Icelanders on Facebook offered up their homes.
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Watch Video #TheKingIsDead! Forget a "on this day in history" tweet. The Palace of Versailles' Twitter account has been live-tweeting all day for the 300-year anniversary of Louis XIV's death –– not only sharing the moment of his death in real time but also glimpses of what came before and after.
Watch Video Viewer interaction is usually a positive thing for TV shows. But not in this case. (Video via ITV) The hosts of ITV's "Loose Women," an all-female talk show debating hot-button issues, asked viewers to respond to a poll on their website about whether a woman is ever at fault if she's raped. A comment from rock star Chrissie Hynde prompted the poll.
Watch Video Thailand's Junta Chief said Thai authorities have arrested the main suspect in connection with a bombing near a shrine in Bangkok in August.
Watch Video Two British journalists who were arrested in Turkey have been charged with having links to terrorism, a move that was immediately condemned by human rights groups.
Watch Video Protests in Kiev against a new constitutional amendment backed by the Ukrainian Parliament have left one soldier dead and more than 100 people injured.
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Watch Video Thai police now believe the bombing near the Erawan Shrine in Bangkok was intended to be just the start of several similar attacks.
Watch Video The ancient city of Palmyra has once again been attacked by the terrorist group ISIS. International monitors confirmed Sunday that at least part of the Temple of Bel was destroyed in an explosion.
Watch Video Italian firm Eni has discovered what is possibly one of the world's largest natural gas fields.
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Watch Video The Egyptian court has decided — Al Jazeera's journalists are going to prison. Peter Greste, Baher Mohamed and Mohamed Fahmy were each given three-year sentences on Saturday on charges of aiding a terrorist organization. Greste, who was deported to Australia earlier this year, was sentenced in absentia.