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  • ISIL Has Reportedly Beheaded Journalist Steven Sotloff
    Video purports to show beheading of U.S. journalist Associated Press - 4 hrs ago

    An Internet video purports to show the beheading of U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff by the Islamic State group. More »Video purports to show beheading of U.S. journalist

    ISIL Has Reportedly Beheaded Journalist Steven Sotloff

    An Internet video purports to show the beheading of U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff by the Islamic State group.

  • APPLE STATEMENT ON CELEBRITY HACKING: OUR SYSTEMS WEREN’T BREACHED

    By Edwin Chan and Christina Farr SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The week before a crucial launch of its new iPhone, Apple Inc said intimate photos of celebrities including Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence were leaked online through the apparent hacking of individual iCloud accounts. Apple rushed to restore confidence in its …

  • What We Know About ISIL's Third Hostage, David Haines

    In the video, another man appears. This man is the third hostage shown in a video by ISIL, the first being James Foley, whose beheading video broke online on August 19. The third hostage is identified in the subtitle of the video as David Cawthorne Haines, a British citizen. While United Kingdom officials have not yet …

  • FILE - In this March 17, 2014 file photo, US actress Scarlett Johansson arrives on the red carpet for the French premiere of the film "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," at the Rex Cinema, in Paris. To keep private pictures private, never upload them online. That’s the advice experts offer after hackers broke into female celebrities’ personal accounts, stole nude photos and posted them online. Even though such hacking is illegal - the man who stole nude photos of Johansson was convicted of federal wiretapping and unauthorized access to a computer - ensuring that all the illicit images are removed from all the sites that posted them is a never-ending challenge that one expert likened to a game of “whack-a-mole.” (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon, file)

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — To keep private pictures private, never upload them online.

  • US Air Force's Secretive X-37B Space Plane Passes 600 Days in Orbit

    Air Force's mysterious unmanned space plane has winged beyond 600 days in orbit on a classified military mission that seems to have no end. The X-37B space plane is carrying out the Orbital Test Vehicle-3 (OTV-3) mission, a long-duration cruise that marks the third flight for the unpiloted Air Force spaceflight program. …

  • Russian President Vladimir Putin

    MOSCOW (AP) — A Kremlin aide on Tuesday sharply criticized EU Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso for breaching confidentiality when he quoted President Vladimir Putin as saying Moscow could take over Kiev in two weeks, if it wished.

  • MOSCOW (AP) — Riding a wave of military gains by Russia-backed rebels, President Vladimir Putin has made it exceedingly clear that he wants a peace deal for Ukraine on his terms and will not be stopped by economic costs.

  • Some fear auto industry returning to bad habits

    Big discounts. Six- or seven-year loans, in some cases to buyers who would have been turned down in the past. As the auto industry strives to sustain its post-recession comeback, car companies are resorting ...

  • For border patrol along the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas, intercepting migrants is daily business

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  • Putin's '2 weeks to Kiev' out of context: aide
    Putin's '2 weeks to Kiev' out of context: aide

    MOSCOW (AP) — A Kremlin aide on Tuesday sharply criticized EU Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso for breaching confidentiality when he quoted President Vladimir Putin as saying Moscow could take over Kiev in two weeks, if it wished.

  • Tripoli under militia control as Libya chaos deepens
    Tripoli under militia control as Libya chaos deepens

    Libya's toothless outgoing government admitted Monday from its safe refuge in the east of the country that it has in effect lost control of Tripoli to armed militias. The interim government led by prime minister Abdullah al-Thani, which resigned last week, said armed groups, mostly Islamist militias, were in control of ministries and blocking access to government workers. It said the interim government was in contact with officials and "trying to ensure the continuity of services from afar". Libya has been sliding into chaos since Moamer Kadhafi was overthrown and killed three years ago, with interim authorities confronting powerful militias which fought to oust the veteran dictator.

  • European Commission to hold gas talks with Russia on Thursday

    The European Commission will hold expert-level talks with Russia on Thursday to try to solve the Ukraine gas price row, Energy Commissioner Guenther Oettinger said on Tuesday. "We will first hold a technical meeting on expert level between my services and Russia in Brussels on Thursday September 4," Oettinger said in a statement. The meeting is a follow-up to Oettinger's meeting with Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak in Moscow last Friday and aims to further analyze figures on security of supply next winter. Oettinger said he would then meet Ukrainian Energy Minister Yuri Prodan in Baku, Azerbaijan, on Sept. 8.

  • US Air Force's Secretive X-37B Space Plane Passes 600 Days in Orbit
    US Air Force's Secretive X-37B Space Plane Passes 600 Days in Orbit

    Air Force's mysterious unmanned space plane has winged beyond 600 days in orbit on a classified military mission that seems to have no end. The X-37B space plane is carrying out the Orbital Test Vehicle-3 (OTV-3) mission, a long-duration cruise that marks the third flight for the unpiloted Air Force spaceflight program. The Air Force launched the miniature space shuttle into orbit on Dec. 11, 2012 using an expendable Atlas 5 rocket. By the end of Friday (Aug. 29), the space plane had spent 627 days in orbit.

  • Arming Ukraine could lead to nuclear war: Lech Walesa
    Arming Ukraine could lead to nuclear war: Lech Walesa

    Krynica (Poland) (AFP) - European military assistance to Ukraine could lead to a nuclear conflict between Russia and NATO, according to Poland's iconic cold warrior and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Lech Walesa.

  • French mum reunited with daughter taken by alleged jihadi father
    French mum reunited with daughter taken by alleged jihadi father

    A young French mother whose daughter had been smuggled out of the country by her father arrived home with the two-year-old girl on Wednesday after they were reunited earlier in Turkey. Meriam Rhaiem, 25, made headlines in March with an emotional appeal to French authorities to recognise her baby girl as "the youngest French hostage". Mother and daughter arrived at Villacoublay air base outside Paris at 2:15 am Wednesday (0115 GMT) aboard a plane chartered by the French interior ministry. "It's a moment of great emotion with the arrival of Meriam Rhaiem and her daughter Assia, after months of waiting," said Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve who went out onto the tarmac to meet the plane.