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Canada's prime minister vowed Wednesday to redouble the nation's fight against "terrorist organizations" after a soldier was gunned down in the capital and parliament was stormed by an assailant.
NEW YORK - Reuters
The United States ratcheted up its safeguards against Ebola on Oct. 21, requiring travelers from three countries at the center of an epidemic in West Africa to fly into one of five major airports conducting enhanced screening for the virus.
WASHINGTON - Agence France-Presse
Vice President Joe Biden's son was discharged this year from the US Navy reserve after testing positive for cocaine, a US official confirmed to AFP on Oct. 16.
Three teenage girls from Denver who had been missing since last week and were reported to be traveling to Turkey were picked up in Germany and sent back home, U.S. officials said on Oct. 22
The White House has decided to exhibit an Armenian 'orphan rug,' in a move that could also be interpreted as a diplomatic message to Turkey
Ben Bradlee, the hard-driving editor who reigned over the Washington Post with the style of a well-dressed swashbuckler and the profane vocabulary of a dockworker as the newspaper helped topple President Richard Nixon, died on Oct. 21 aged 93.
US President Barack Obama on Wednesday pledged a "much more aggressive" response at home to the Ebola threat, and insisted that the risk of a serious outbreak on US soil was low.
Eighteen countries around the world expressly allow transgender personnel to serve, including major US allies like Australia, Britain, Canada, Sweden and New Zealand
A second health worker at the Texas hospital where the first case of Ebola contamination on US soil occurred has tested positive for the disease, the state government said
WASHINGTON - Reuters
President Barack Obama urged Americans on Oct. 18 not to give in to "hysteria" about the spread of the virus.
SAN FRANCISCO - Agence France-Presse
The head of the private agency entrusted with running the Internet said that the group is on course to break free of US oversight late next year
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