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  • Missouri Church: 6 Members Missing Since March in Micronesia
  • IMF Reaches Staff-Level Accord With Moldova for $179M Loan
  • New Details Emerge in Fatal Border Shooting of Mexican Teen
  • The Latest: Shocked French Town Honors Slain Priest
  • Rare Mass Killing Raises Questions About Security in Japan
  • IS Group Claims Attack That Killed 85-Year-Old French Priest
  • UN Agency: Economy Still Sliding in Latin America, Caribbean
  • French Church Attacker Evaded Police Twice Using Fake Identities, Trying to Go to Syria
  • 2 Dead in Azerbaijan Defense Plant Blast
  • Catholics Awaiting Francis Pray for Slain French Priest
  • Controversial Religious Procession Barred From Entering Kiev
  • Nigeria's Central Bank Hikes Interest Rate to 14 Percent
  • Hungary Says Willing to Take Back Some Migrants From Austria
  • 2 Suicide Car Bombs Near UN Offices Kill 13 in Somalia
  • Many Factors Make France the Top IS Terror Target in Europe
  • Residents: Oil Militants Attack Lagos Suburb, Battle Police
  • Judge Gives Preliminary Approval to $15 Billion Settlement in Volkswagen Emissions Cheating Scandal
  • Gunmen Kill 2 Army Soldiers in Southern Pakistan
  • Bulgaria Insists Russian Flights Violate International Rules
  • Malawi Man Arrested After Describing Sex With Young Girls
  • AP Interview: Turkish Opposition Warns Govt About Witch Hunt
  • Kremlin: US Politicians Being 'Paranoid' About Russia
  • Syrian Troops Tighten Aleppo Siege, Urge Gunmen to Give Up
  • Obama's Kenyan Half-Brother Says He Supports Donald Trump
  • Pope to Find a Catholic Poland out of Step With His Vision
  • 2 Airline Pilots Facing Alcohol Charges Released on Bail
  • Turkey Ready to Resume Pipeline Project With Russia
  • Re-Elected Vietnam Prime Minister Vows to Defend Sovereignty
  • Kremlin: US Politicians Being 'Paranoid' About Russia
  • German Officials Vow Tighter Security and Migrant Controls
  • The Latest: Throng in Kosovo for Munich Victim's Funeral
  • Bangladesh Police Say 9 Militants Killed in Raid in Dhaka
  • Northeast India Rains Kill 7, Force 1.2 Million From Homes
  • Gunman Kills Doctor, Then Himself at Berlin Hospital
  • AB InBev Ups Offer for SABMiller After Brexit Pound Slump
  • Niece of Thai Army Torture Victim Sued for Internet Postings
  • Gay Pride Rainbow Flags Cut Down in Swedish City
  • US Advises Americans to Reconsider Travel to Turkey
  • N. Korea Warns US of 'Terrifying Price' Over Nuke Tensions
  • French Prosecutors Say 1 Person Has Been Detained in Investigation Into Church Attack
  • European Development Bank Considers Funding Gas Pipeline
  • The Latest: Patients Not Hurt in Knife Attack Still Shaken
  • Mass Killings Rare in Japan, but Have Happened Before
  • Letter Foretold Japan Rampage That Killed 19 Disabled People
  • Afghan Official Says Major Offensive Against IS Underway
  • Germany Lends Albania $55 Million for Energy Link Project
  • Vietnam Says It Prefers Bilateral Talks With China on SCS
  • South Sudan President Replaces Rival as Vice President
  • Obama Aide to China: S. China Sea Tensions Should Be Reduced
  • Italian Bank Unicredit Overhauls Management Structure
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