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Attorneys: Church Documents Don't Go Far Enough
Attorneys for victims alleging sex abuse by priests say documents released by the Archdiocese of Chicago show church officials hid abuse and represent a step forward, but fall short of what attorneys wanted. (Jan. 21)
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20 freed from mine in Nicaragua
Rescue workers freed 20 informal miners who were trapped in a gold mine in Nicaragua. Julie Noce reports.
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Raw: Miners Rescued After Mine Shaft Collapses
The first 11 of 24 miners trapped by a collapse in a mine in northern Nicaragua have been rescued, and crews were working early Saturday to free more, officials said. The men had been trapped for more than 24 hours. (August 29)
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Poroshenko seeks help from EU
Poroshenko in Brussels seeks "decisive action" from EU on eastern Ukraine. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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Volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea causes flight diversions
Monut Tavurvu's volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea causes flight diversions as smoke and ash spew high over the South Pacific island nation. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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6 dead in attack on Afghan intelligence agency
At least six people are killed in the suicide bombing and attack of an Afghan security office in Jalabad. Julie Noce reports.
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Brazilian officials hold Ebola readiness drills
Emergency and health officials hold readiness drills in the event of an arrival of any suspected Ebola patients. Julie Noce reports.
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Raw: Small Volcanic Eruption in Iceland
Icelandic authorities briefly raised the aviation warning code to red on Friday during a small eruption at the Holuhraun lava field in the Bardabunga volcano system. (Aug. 29)
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Outcry in Yemen
Tens of thousands of people protest in Sanaa for and against a rebel group that is calling on the government to step down. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
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New Anti-overdose Tactics at NYC Music Festival
People who want to attend the annual Electric Zoo music festival in New York must first watch an anti-drug PSA, after two people died last year at the festival from drug overdoses. (Aug. 29)