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  • Witnesses say car bomb in Libyan city of Misrata kills 1

    Witnesses say a car bomb has struck a base for a militia battling a Libyan affiliate of the Islamic State group, killing one person. They say the attack happened late Sunday in the western Libyan city of Misrata, targeting a militia known as the 166th...
  • Kurds probe two other possible Islamic State chemical weapons attacks

    Kurds probe two other possible Islamic State chemical weapons attacks
    Kurdish forces in Iraq are investigating two other possible chemical weapons attacks by the Islamic State group, a top official said Monday, as authorities put an Iraqi offensive to retake Saddam Hussein's hometown on hold. The two purported chemical...
  • Ohio attorney gets new charges for courthouse bomb threats

    A northeast Ohio attorney has been charged with five additional counts of inducing panic for what prosecutors say were bomb threats made to county courthouses. Forty-one-year-old Gregory Moore of Sagamore Hills was indicted Monday in Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH'...
  • Afghan army kills commander of Islamic State affiliate

    The Afghan army killed a militant commander who had claimed allegiance to the Islamic State group, the Ministry of Defense said on Monday. In an operation in the southern Helmand province, long a hotbed of insurgent activity, Hafiz Wahidi and nine of his...
  • Pakistani Christians clash with police over church attacks

    Pakistani police fired tear gas on Monday after Christian protesters clashed with police in the eastern city of Lahore, a day after Taliban bombers killed 17 people in suicide attacks on two churches in the city. Sunday's twin bombings struck in quick...
  • Afghan students in limbo after closure of school once funded by U.S.

    Afghan students in limbo after closure of school once funded by U.S.
    When he enrolled five years ago in the International School of Kabul, Faisal Yousufi, now 18, thought he had a bright future. Raised solely by his mother after his father died nine years ago, Yousufi knew he was fortunate to be studying at an...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 p.m. EDT

    A documentary prompts a murder charge: The saga of millionaire Robert Durst continues Robert Durst, a troubled millionaire from one of America's richest families, agreed Monday to face trial for murder in the Los Angeles shooting 15 years ago of a...
  • Iraqi Kurds claim Islamic State group used chemical weapons

    Iraqi Kurds claim Islamic State group used chemical weapons
    Kurdish authorities in Iraq said Saturday they have evidence that the Islamic State group used chlorine gas as a chemical weapon against peshmerga fighters, the latest alleged atrocity carried out by the extremist organization now under attack in Tikrit....
  • Cairo bomb explosion kills garbage collector

    Egyptian security officials say a garbage collector and his donkey have been killed in a bomb explosion in a Cairo district. The officials say an improvised explosive device exploded on Saturday evening when the garbage collector, in a cart driven by a...
  • 14 killed in twin blasts outside churches in Pakistan

    14 killed in twin blasts outside churches in Pakistan
    Pakistani Taliban suicide bombers exploded themselves near two churches in the eastern city of Lahore on Sunday as worshipers were gathered inside, killing 14 people, officials said, in the latest attack against religious minorities in the increasingly...
  • Expected Shiite victory in Tikrit seen as cementing Iran's influence in Iraq

    IRBIL, Iraq Iraqi security forces and Iranian-backed Shiite Muslim militias appeared Thursday to be on the verge of victory in a two-week effort to recapture Saddam Hussein's hometown from the Islamic State, which has held the symbolically important...