Hours into truce, Israel blames Hamas for violating terms, Palestinians say 40 killed by tank fire and Hamas claims kidnap of Israeli soldier
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned his country to be ready for what he called a "prolonged war," while Gaza residents said they got phone calls from Israel's military, warning them the worst is yet to come
More than 1,000 people have died in fighting between Israelis and Palestinians since early July
As the investigation into the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 continues, fighting between the Ukrainian military and pro-Russian separatists intensified near the crash site in eastern Ukraine
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"We must not give this virus opportunities to deliver more surprises," says director-general of the World Health Organization
Matthew Todd Miller and Jeffrey Edward Fowle say they fear long prison terms; North Korea says they committed hostile acts
"The impact of the giraffe's head on the bridge was so loud that my cousin ... asked if someone had been shot," witness says
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Measure allows life sentences for those convicted of engaging in gay sex, lengthy jail terms for "attempted homosexuality"
With fight between pro-Russian rebels accused of downing jet and Ukrainian forces raging nearby, work finally begins in earnest
Hours into truce, Israel blames Hamas for violating terms and Palestinians say 40 killed by tank fire with Israeli soldier feared captured
Mayor hails Meriam Ibrahim as "world freedom fighter" during Philadelphia stopover; cheering supporters greet family in N.H.
In wake of deadly strikes on U.N. schools, Chris Gunness tells CBS News that innocent children are being "deprived of their future"
A travel advisory is telling U.S. citizens to stay out of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone where the disease has killed more than 700 people this year
Psychologist warns that Palestinians who survive will be shell-shocked and out for revenge; 15-year-old boy vows he will become suicide bomber
Officials say five firefighters who were investigating reports of a gas leak when the blast happened are among the dead.
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U.S., U.N. say they've received assurances that all parties have agreed to unconditional cease-fire, during which talks on broader truce will be held
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The leader of the team probing the crash of Malaysian Airline Flight 17 also said personal belongings were retrieved from a mortuary