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  • Israel says no plan to allow Jews to pray at Al-Aqsa
    Israel says no plan to allow Jews to pray at Al-Aqsa

    Jerusalem (AFP) - Israel on Wednesday reassured Jordan that it would not allow Jewish prayer at Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound, after reports of a possible change raised concerns in the Arab world.

  • WWII ships found deep in 'Graveyard of the Atlantic'
    WWII ships found deep in 'Graveyard of the Atlantic'

    Washington (AFP) - Two sunken ships from World War II -- a German U-boat and an American merchant vessel -- have been found deep in the ocean off the coast of North Carolina, officials said Tuesday.

  • Mormons address mystery surrounding undergarments
    Mormons address mystery surrounding undergarments

    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Mormon church is addressing the mystery that has long surrounded undergarments worn by its faithful with a new video explaining the practice in-depth while admonishing ridicule from outsiders about what it considers a symbol of Latter-day Saints' devotion to God.

  • Boyfriend leads police to pregnant Ohio woman's remains

    By Kim Palmer CLEVELAND (Reuters) - An Ohio man who confessed to killing his pregnant girlfriend and burning down their Columbus apartment led authorities to her body early Wednesday, Ohio police said. Jacob Ferrero, 22, confessed to the murder and arson to Columbus police and fire investigators late Tuesday night, Columbus Police Sgt. Rich Weiner said. Ferrero, who was arrested on Tuesday, was charged on Wednesday with the murder of his live-in girlfriend, Samantha Greenlee, also 22. ...

  • Ottawa police confirm multiple suspects in parliament shooting

    OTTAWA (Reuters) - Ottawa police are looking for multiple suspects in the shooting incidents on Wednesday near the Canadian war memorial and nearby Parliament Hill, a spokesman said. A Canadian soldier was shot at the National War Memorial in downtown Ottawa and a gunman was shot and killed in a nearby parliament building, media and witnesses reported. But buildings remained locked down. (Reporting by David Ljunggren; writing by Andrea Hopkins; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)

  • Counterinsurgency expert: Beating ISIS will require U.S. ground troops in Iraq
    Counterinsurgency expert: Beating ISIS will require U.S. ground troops in Iraq

    New book by retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. John Nagl calls for measured military approach to insurgencies

  • Canada police talked to militant suspect, couldn't stop attack

    By Allison Lampert SAINT-JEAN-SUR-RICHELIEU Quebec (Reuters) - Canadian police said on Tuesday they had arrested a suspected militant as he was leaving the country, took away his passport and talked to him several times but had no chance of preventing him from killing a soldier. Martin Rouleau, a 25-year-old who converted to Islam last year, rammed his car into two soldiers in the Quebec town of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu on Monday and was shot dead by police. A 53-year-old adjutant died in the attack. ...

  • Oil prices slide as US crude reserves surge
    Oil prices slide as US crude reserves surge

    London (AFP) - World oil prices hit reverse Wednesday following news of surging stockpiles in top consumer the United States, with additional selling pressure from the stronger dollar.

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