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Suicidal jumper's fall kills South Korean girl, police say
South Korean police say a suicidal man jumping to his death also killed a 5-year-old girl by falling on her as she walked with her parents outside the apartment building.
Puerto Rico approves anti-discrimination bill
Legislators in Puerto Rico on Friday approved a heavily debated bill that outlaws employment discrimination based on gender or sexual orientation.
Zimbabwe activist says prisoners are denied HIV drugs
A Zimbabwean human rights activist said Friday he wants the nation's highest court to order prison authorities to ensure HIV-positive suspects in jail receive their life-prolonging medications.
Spanish court opens tax probe into king's daughter
Princess Cristina, the daughter of Spain's King Juan Carlos, is under investigation for possible tax fraud and money laundering -- in the latest blow to the Spanish royal family's reputation.
Woman in Italian sex case denies own statements
The woman who prosecutors say had sex with an Italian government official, in exchange for money, spent her second day on the witness stand Friday -- denying her own sworn statements.
Tunisia's 'topless feminist' faces jail for having pepper spray
The lawyer of a Tunisian woman who gained notoriety for posting online topless pictures of herself as a protest says she faces six months in prison for carrying a dangerous object.
Mexico says far fewer disappeared than first thought
Mexico's top security official said Friday far fewer people have disappeared during Mexico's drug war than were originally feared, when the government released a list of about 26,000 cases.
Taliban fighters kill two guards in aid group attack
Authorities in Afghanistan said two guards were killed on Friday when a Taliban suicide car bomber and five heavily armed gunmen attacked a guest house of an international aid group in Kabul.
Hezbollah says 'terrorist' label would be big mistake
Hezbollah's deputy chief said Friday that the European Union would be making a "big mistake" to label the Lebanese Shiite militant group as "terrorist."
Lawmaker's wife posted libelous tweet, court rules
Britain's High Court has ruled that a tweet posted by the wife of the speaker of Parliament about a politician wrongly linked to child sex abuse was libelous.
Interpol rejects Russia bid to locate UK investor
Airline disturbance not terror-related, British authorities say
Three women killed in Egyptian 'honor' crime
Nuclear agency's Iran probe guided by US intelligence
Patients drugged, confined at Kenya's only mental hospital
Allies urge Toronto Mayor Ford to talk about scandal
Spain's Catholic Church says it needs more exorcists
Ex-Guatemala president extradited to US
Iran presidential candidate vows to resist West
Runways reopen after emergency landing at Heathrow
Syria targeted Israeli jeep going to rebel village
Plane diverted, two arrested in British aircraft incident
Brazilian police arrest 9 for abusing Indian girls
Guilty plea in shooting of ICE agents in Mexico
US criticized over response to Indonesia attacks
Yemen welcomes Obama decision on Gitmo transfers
Greeks to see no tax relief until budget improves
Toronto mayor fires chief of staff amid drug scandal
Sweden's riots raise questions about inequality
British soldier killed in brutal attack identified
Man hit and killed by driver in Springfield
Legislature eyes help for Oregon. timber counties
Black bear seen in west Eugene
Albany teen accused in plot to blow up device at school
Oregon university students face another tuition hike
Temporary fix sought for collapsed Washington bridge
Principal recounts storm hitting Oklahoma school
NYC lawsuit over alleged Brett Favre texts settled
Truck driver 'horrified' at Interstate 5 bridge collapse
Truck hauling heavy equipment caused I-5 bridge collapse
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