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In Denmark, man arrested for emailed bomb threats
Danish police say they have arrested a 31-year-old man suspected of making a series of emailed bomb threats against major airports, a hospital, and at least two shopping centers, university campuses
Chibok leader: 100-plus girls unwilling to leave Boko Haram
A Nigerian community leader says the government is negotiating the release of another 83 of the Chibok schoolgirls taken in a mass abduction two-and-a-half years ago but more than 100 others appear
Green groups sue Norway over Barents Sea oil drilling
Two environmental groups have filed a lawsuit against the Norwegian government for allowing oil drilling in the Barents Sea.
After a month away, Malawi leader home amid health concerns
Malawi's president is back home after a one-month trip overseas that intensified speculation about his health, and some countrymen are criticizing what they call a lack of transparency about his
The Latest: Syrian activists say strikes hit Aleppo villages
The Latest on the developments in the Syrian civil war (all times local): 1:55 p.m.
Romanian parliament Oks help to holders of Swiss franc loans
Romania's Parliament has approved a bill to help holders of mortgages that were taken out is Swiss francs by converting them into Romanian currency at the rate at which they were borrowed.
Croatia charges 8 ex-Yugoslav officers with war crimes
A Croatian prosecutor has charged eight former Serb troop commanders with torture, rape, expulsion and killing of more than 100 civilians during fighting in Croatia in 1991-95.
Ultra-nationalist 'war camps' train Russian youths
Deep in the woods on the outskirts of Moscow, a sudden burst of gunfire sends a flock of birds screeching into the sky.
Rights groups write to Oman's sultan as journalists targeted
Rights groups have written a letter to Oman's sultan over the recent targeting of journalists and activists by the country's Internal Security Service.
Germany: Fight against IS won't increase security threat
Germany's interior minister says efforts to combat the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria won't increase the risk of attacks at home.
Boston police: Wounded officers upgraded to stable condition
Boston police say two officers who were shot last week while responding to a domestic call have been upgraded to stable condition.
Official: 139 animals seized from Ohio 'farmyard of horrors'
Officials say they've seized more than 130 animals from a home in a southwest Ohio village in a case they're calling a "farmyard of horrors." Barb Ashmore, who is the deputy dog warden for the Brown
Fire at Marshall University's football stadium ruled arson
Officials say a fire that damaged electrical wiring at Marshall University's football stadium in West Virginia has been ruled arson.
5 Financial Mistakes Most Employees Make When Starting a New Job
The simplest way to get rich eventually is to keep your budget the same after your paycheck gets larger.
Police: Man buys NYC storage unit, finds dead, frozen cats
Police say a man bought a storage unit at an auction in New York City and found dozens of dead cats frozen in two freezers.
3 Ways Entrepreneurs Can Make It Big by Getting Enough Sleep
A good night's sleep tonight prepares you to better handle whatever challenges will come your way tomorrow.
4 Ways to Love the Job You Hate
Latching on to just a few of these tips can help you when the times are tough at work.
Tulsa police sniper fatally shoots man during standoff
A Tulsa police sniper fatally shot an armed man who authorities say forced his way into his estranged wife's home and held her 2-year-old daughter as a hostage.
Wisconsin has largest white-black graduation gap in nation
Wisconsin has the widest high school graduation rate gap between white and black students in the nation.
French court OKs Calais migrant camp closure, amid NGO fears
A French court has rejected a request by aid groups to delay the closure of the migrant camp in Calais.