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A 'martyr' sniper becomes a hero to Iraq's Shiites

A 'martyr' sniper becomes a hero to Iraq's Shiites

Ali Jayad al-Salhi, a veteran sniper in an Iraqi militia, was killed in fighting with the Islamic State group earlier this year.
From sniper to saint, showing Iraqi Shiite militias' power

From sniper to saint, showing Iraqi Shiite militias' power

In his martyrdom, he has virtually become a new saint for Iraq's Shiites.
Pakistan police rescue hostages held by drunken relative

Pakistan police rescue hostages held by drunken relative

Pakistani police have rescued 25 members of a family who were held hostage by a drunken relative in the garrison city of Rawalpindi.
North Korea received oil from Russia in violation of UN sanctions: report

North Korea received oil from Russia in violation of UN sanctions: report

In an apparent violation of a U.N. Security Council resolution, Russian ships have allegedly transferred oil products to North Korean vessels out at sea on several occasions, according to a published
Victim, gunman in California law firm shooting were partners

Victim, gunman in California law firm shooting were partners

Police are trying to learn what motivated a man to walk into a law firm where he worked and shoot two of his colleagues before turning the gun on himself.
Iran marks end of 2009 vote unrest amid new demonstrations

Iran marks end of 2009 vote unrest amid new demonstrations

Iran is marking the end of protests surrounding its disputed 2009 presidential election as new demonstrations have erupted over the country's economic woes.
In strife-torn Myanmar, love trumps hate for a rare couple

In strife-torn Myanmar, love trumps hate for a rare couple

In her dreams, Setara walks hand in hand with her Muslim husband through the streets of the seaside Myanmar town they grew up in.
Three dead, including gunman, at Houston auto shop, police say

Three dead, including gunman, at Houston auto shop, police say

A man walked into a Houston auto shop where he used to work Friday and fatally shot two employees before going outside and killing himself, police said.
Anger, dejection grows as only half of Puerto Rico has power

Anger, dejection grows as only half of Puerto Rico has power

The revelation that more than 660,000 power customers across Puerto Rico still lack electricity more than three months after Hurricane Maria has sparked outrage, surprise and resignation among some
The big surprise I found in my marriage -- after nine years

The big surprise I found in my marriage -- after nine years

A lot of young couples have no idea what a gift they have in each other.
Want to keep your New Year's resolutions? Here's how

Want to keep your New Year's resolutions? Here's how

As we all know from experience, making a New Year’s resolution is easy. Sticking with it and actually achieving your goal is hard – very hard.
Gunman opens fire at Southern California law firm; at least 2 dead

Gunman opens fire at Southern California law firm; at least 2 dead

A normally quiet neighborhood in Southern California filled with commotion Friday after a man walked into a law office and shot two people -- killing one of them -- before turning the gun on himself.
Argentina 'dirty war' killer gets house arrest

Argentina 'dirty war' killer gets house arrest

An 88-year-old former police officer serving a life sentence for crimes against humanity committed during Argentina's dictatorship was transferred Friday to house arrest in a beach resort following a
FDNY video shows scorched Bronx apartment building after fire kills 12

FDNY video shows scorched Bronx apartment building after fire kills 12

Footage released by the FDNY shows a glimpse into the aftermath of a massive fire that burned inside a New York City apartment building Thursday night, leaving at least 12 people dead and others with
Brazilians honor sea goddess in Rio de Janeiro.

Brazilians honor sea goddess in Rio de Janeiro.

Hundreds of practitioners of Brazil's Afro-Brazilian Candomble and Umbanda faiths have gathered at Rio de Janeiro's Copacabana beach to honor the sea goddess Yemanja in a traditional New Year tribute.
Bronx fire's multiple victims include young children and adults

Bronx fire's multiple victims include young children and adults

On one of the coldest nights of the year, New York City’s deadliest residential fire in decades ravaged a Bronx apartment building – killing 12 people, including several young children.
Secret Sauce? Kim Jong Un applies science to kimchi-making

Secret Sauce? Kim Jong Un applies science to kimchi-making

Kim Jong Un wants to turn the art of kimchi-making into a science.
DOJ not appealing transgender military ruling, but  not abandoning case

DOJ not appealing transgender military ruling, but not abandoning case

The Department of Justice said it would not appeal the rejection of its stay request in the transgender military case, however, officials told Fox News the DOJ was not abandoning the case, either.
The Latest: Police: At least 2 dead in California shooting

The Latest: Police: At least 2 dead in California shooting

The Latest on a shooting in a business in Southern California (all times local): 4:40 p.m. Police say a shooting at a business in Southern California has left at least two people dead, including the
Authorities say 2 dead including gunman at California office

Authorities say 2 dead including gunman at California office

Police say multiple people have been shot at a business in Southern California.