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Libya's rival government says would confront EU attacks on traffickers

Flyweight champ Demetrious Johnson retains title at UFC 186

House panel is told of slavery in Thai seafood industry

Five takeaways from Republican hopefuls' New Hampshire event

Special Report - How Denmark's unexpected killer slipped through the net

Special Report: How Denmark's unexpected killer slipped through the net

Deals in dark helped bitcoin take off, says chief scientist

Ferry anger, corruption charges test South Korean president

Obama Takes Responsibility for Hostage Deaths

Social media a key battleground in Britain's election

EU to vote on migrant rescue mission amid crisis

Nokia bets software revolution will help avoid past merger errors

Food Babe blogger Vani Hari taking heat over health science

Analysis - Barring economic slump, Europe's populists may be peaking

Another condemned Ala inmate claiming innocence

US launches drone from aircraft carrier

Phil Hughes to meet Ashes mentor

North Korean leader sends special envoy to China

Syrian opposition urges rebels to join key battle

Dogs are close to form of 2012: Ryan

Johnson: Don't Blame Islam or UK Policy

Immigrant in Italy kills 1 in pickaxe rampage

Somali podcast combating extremist messages

Syrian rebels reeling from loss of Qusair

Hezbollah says it will keep fighting in Syria

AP PHOTOS: Egypt's Sufis thrive despite attacks

Online shopping licence mooted for consumers

Brumbies end British and Irish Lions winning run

Officials: Israel launches airstrike into Syria

APNewsBreak: Lawyer: Tsarnaev's widow to cooperate

China questions Japan rule over Okinawa

House chairman sees IRS errors as part of pattern

Boston chief: Wasn't told FBI got Tsarnaev warning

Man put to death for Texas store abduction slaying

Weather postpones trade center's ascent to tallest

From outsiders to bombing suspects in Boston

French protest against gay marriage turns violent

Palestinian Christians battle Israel barrier route

Crossing a 'red line'? US says Syria used poison

Suicide blast in Syrian capital kills at least 15

After violence, Egypt opposition presses Morsi

Heated exchanges between Arias prosecutor, expert

Afghan troops hold their ground at high cost

Spain seeks US help to slim down overweight sub

China skeptical of expanded US role in the Pacific

Obama Defends Phone Data Collection Program

New England keeps its stride after 2 tragedies

Mass. GOP candidate Gomez on his own for now

Military sex assault reports up, changes ordered

Post-attack, top reporter worries his cover blown

Bombing probe highlights expansion of surveillance

Clashes in Syria rebels seek foreign intervention

Egypt's Morsi to reshuffle Cabinet amid turmoil

US intelligence embraces debate in security issues

In Vietnam, a Cuban rat poison finds new market

Whistleblower claims Federal Police withdrew riot squad to 'manufacture...

Balance of power in Syria shifting Assad's way

USSR's old domain name attracts cybercriminals

House passes pro-business cybersecurity bill

Boston attacks are reminder of violence elsewhere

Five days of fear: What happened in Boston

US urges China collaboration on cyber intrusions

Denver pot holiday bringing crowds, tight security

Is it 'terrorism'? Anatomy of a very murky word

Syrian president warns of fallout if regime falls

In slap at South, NKorea suspends work at factory

NZ opposition slams Pike River report

Insider attack kills 2 US troops, 2 Afghans

Jury gets case in Ohio's Craigslist murder trial

Hagel: Optimistic on reaching commando agreement

Merck climbs after board OKs study continuation

Central African rebels take control of 2 towns

Rights groups: Syrian rebels often kill captives

Group: Syrian missiles kill at least 141 in Aleppo

US to bolster support for Syria rebels, Kerry says

Governors: Looming cuts threaten economic gains

Force the paupers as Kings create history

Mali rebels fighting in Gao car explodes in Kidal

Al-Qaida tipsheet on avoiding drones found in Mali

Afghanistan: US special forces must leave province