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British politician Steven Woolfe recovering after 'altercation' with colleague U.K. Independence Party legislator Steven Woolfe has been moved to a hospital's neurological unit after being injured in an altercation with a colleague, a fellow European lawmaker said Friday.

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos wins 2016 Nobel Peace Prize Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos has won the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize, for his role in trying to end the country's decades-long civil war.

Families debate whether to flee ahead of 'potentially disastrous' Hurricane Matthew With a powerful hurricane headed their way, George Scholl and his wife, Anne, had the debate many couples in Florida had today: stay or go? In the end, George won and the pair...

Anti-ISIS fight will get harder after Mosul, says Canadian general The widely anticipated ousting of ISIS from its stronghold of Mosul in northern Iraq is likely to transform the extremist group into an even more dangerous force, a Canadian general who directs training of...

NSA contractor charged with taking classified information A contractor for the National Security Agency, who worked for the same firm that employed Edward Snowden, has been arrested on charges that he illegally removed highly classified information and stored the material in his house and...

'There will not be a total abortion ban,' Polish government says after protests A member of Poland's conservative government says mass protests by women against a ban on abortions have been a lesson in "humility" for the country's leadership and that "there will not...

Aleppo pounded by Syrian, Russian airstrikes since ceasefire broke down The UN on Wednesday released stark satellite images showing the most recent destruction of Syria's embattled northern city of Aleppo, pounded by Syrian and Russian airstrikes since the collapse of a U.S.-Russia brokered ceasefire...

Portugal's Antonio Guterres chosen as UN secretary general The UN Security Council says Portugal's Antonio Guterres is its unanimous choice to be the next UN secretary general.

Belgian police arrest man after stabbing, calling it 'terror-related' A knife-wielding man stabbed two police officers in Brussels Wednesday in an incident that may be terror-related, Belgian prosecutors say.

Creepy clown phenomenon stretches from Cape Breton to southern U.S. The creepy clown phenomenon sweeping through the U.S. and parts of Canada over the last couple of months is neither new nor unique to this part of the world, but it's taken on an...

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