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Strong Earthquake Hits Northwest China, Dozens Killed And Hundreds Injured

Dozens of people are dead and hundreds of others are injured following Monday morning’s 6.6 magnitude earthquake in northwest China. Rescue and relief efforts are underway. The Chinese Red Cross has already gathered 200 tents, 1,000 sets of house ...

Zetas Leader Miguel Angel Treviño Morale Captured

One of Mexico’s most ruthless drug lords was captured early Monday as he was traveling outside the border city of Nuevo Laredo. Authorities identified the man as Zetas cartel boss Miguel Angel Treviño Morale. Morale, who is facing numerous charge ...

Riot At Boxing Match In Indonesia Leads To Deadly Stampede

Over a dozen people died late Sunday night in a stampede at an overcrowded boxing match in eastern Indonesia. On Monday morning, authorities put the death toll at 18. At least 32 other people were injured.

9 Foreigners Climbing In Himalayas Killed By Taliban Militants

Taliban militants in Pakistan killed 9 foreign tourists and one local guide preparing to climb in the Himalayas over the weekend. The dead included one Chinese-American, one Nepali, one Lithuanian, two Chinese, two Slovakians and three Ukranians.

2 Children Beheaded By Taliban Militants For Taking Food From Police

Authorities in southern Afghanistan have blamed Taliban militants for a horrific attack on two young boys in Kandahar province. According to the provincial governor’s office, the militants abducted and beheaded the children on Sunday because they ...

Mexican Soldiers Free Over 150 Migrants From Kidnappers

Mexican authorities rescued more than 150 migrants that were being held for ransom in Tamaulipas, a northeast state that borders the United States, after receiving an anonymous tip about their location. The migrants were kidnapped last month as t ...

China Plant Fire Kills 119 Workers

More than 100 people died early Monday in a large fire at a poultry processing plant in China’s Jilin province.

French Fugitive Redoine Faid Captured

France’s most wanted fugitive, Redoine Faid, was captured Wednesday outside Paris six weeks after his brazen jail break in Lille. Authorities say Faid and an accomplice were taken into custody at a hotel in Pontault-Combault, an area about 12 mil ...

US Pilot Forced To Eject From Fighter Jet Over Pacific Ocean, Incident Under Investigation

Military officials say investigators will look in to what caused a pilot to have to eject from his F-15 jet over the Pacific Ocean on Tuesday around 9 a.m. The pilot has not been identified, but the U.S. Air Force has confirmed he was not harmed ...

South Korean Man Kills Girl By Landing On Her In Suicide Plunge

A 38-year-old man inadvertently took the life of a young girl Wednesday when he jumped to his death from his apartment in Busan, South Korea.

4 Prostitutes Killed In Attack In Pakistan

Four men stormed into a brothel in Pakistan’s Balochistan province Thursday morning and opened fire on those inside. The gunman fired indiscriminately, killing five people.

British Soldier Hacked To Death With Meat Cleavers On London Street, 2 Arrested

Two men are in custody in London following a brutal attack on a British soldier near the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich. Witnesses told authorities two men hit the soldier with a car before hacking him to death with meat cleavers and knives.

Hot Air Balloon Collision Kills 3 In Turkey

A mid-air collision involving two hot air balloons caused the deaths of three tourists on Monday in Turkey. Authorities say the accident happened in Cappadocia, a popular destination for tourists in Nevsehir province.

$1 million Worth Of Jewelry Stolen During Cannes Film Festival

The Cannes Film Festival provided thieves with the opportunity to make off with more than $1 million worth of jewels. French authorities say the Novotel hotel room of a Chopard employee was burglarized between 7 p.m. Thursday and 3 a.m. Friday. A ...

South African Stadium Robbed After Justin Bieber Concert

South African authorities say thieves made off with hundreds of thousands of dollars from the Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg Sunday night following Justin Bieber’s concert. Gauteng police spokesman Lt. Col. Katlego Mogale said the money was ...

5 People Jump To Their Deaths To Escape Fire At Pakistan Office Building

Pakistan officials say at least 5 people jumped to their deaths from a 13 story government building in Lahore on Thursday after a fire broke out and spread to upper floors. Four of the dead plunged from the seventh and eighth floors, where the bl ...

7 Dead In Bangladesh Clothing Factory Fire

A fire swept through a Tung Hai Group clothing factory in Bangladesh late Wednesday, killing at least 7 people. Fire service official Bhazan Sarker says the factory in the Mirpur industrial district of Dhaka was closed and no workers were present ...

2 Carnival Passengers Fall Overboard, Remain Missing Off Coast Of Australia

Australian authorities launched a maritime search Thursday morning for a couple that disappeared from a cruise ship. Police have not released the names of the missing, but said they are both Australian citizens from the state of New South Wales. ...