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Netanyahu warns US Congress on Iran
Ex-CIA boss Petraeus pleads guilty over giving secret information to lover
Former CIA director David Petraeus has signed a plea deal and admitted to mishandling classified materials. The case arose from an affair with his biographer.
Liberia: We need a 'Marshall Plan' for Ebola-stricken nations
The Liberian president has called on the global community not to forget that the devastation caused by Ebola isn't over. The worst-hit nations need financial help to overcome what the virus has done to their economies.
Ukrainian foreign minister questions stability of ceasefire
Ukraine's foreign minister has called for more international monitoring of a UN-backed truce with pro-Russian rebels. He also reiterated that Crimea should be returned to Ukraine.
Influential Mozambique lawyer shot dead
Gilles Cistac has been gunned down in cold blood on the streets of Maputo, police said. An influential lawyer and academic, he was involved in the debate on the decentralization of power in Mozambique.
UN Security Council passes sanctions regime against South Sudan
The UN Security Council has adopted a resolution that creates a system to impose sanctions on South Sudan. They include travel bans and asset freezes.
North Korea says it could make "pre-emptive strike" on US
North Korea has sent a defiant message to Washington warning it has the power to conduct a "pre-emptive strike" on the US. Pyongyang made the comment in response to joint US-South Korea military drills.
Fighting rages around Iraq's Tikrit in major government offensive
Thousands of Iraqi troops and militia are continuing to attack strongholds of the extremist group "IS" north of Baghdad. It is one of the biggest offensives yet against the jihadists.
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