Friday, August 15, 2014


Ukraine 'hits Russia armoured column' amid aid impasse Ukraine says it has partially destroyed an armoured column crossing from Russia, as a controversial Russian aid convoy still waits at the border.

Iraq crisis: Sunni leaders propose deal with new PM Some leaders of Iraq's Sunni Muslim minority have said they may work with the new prime minister, a move that could help break political deadlock.

Draft terms for long-term Gaza truce revealed in Egyptian newspaper Draft terms reportedly include agreement to open border crossings, deploy PA security forces in enclave.

Russian defense ministry denies any incursion into Ukraine, says no vehicles destroyed Ukrainian artillery destroyed a "significant" part of a Russian armored column that crossed into Ukraine during the night, President Petro Poroshenko told British Prime Minister David Cameron on Friday, according to Ukraine's presidential website.

Clashes in Cairo as Morsi Supporters Riot Three people killed in Cairo as supporters of ousted Islamist President protest for a second straight day.

The Chinese cult that kills 'demons' China is about to try one of the most notorious murders in recent memory.

Watch: Islamic Scholar Explains How 'Jews Control America' In a televised interview, an Islamic scholar explained how the Jews bought the largest media outlets in the U.S.

Boko Haram suspected of abducting more than 50 Nigerian villagers Residents of a Nigerian village on the shore of Lake Chad say at least 50 residents are missing after a raid by suspected Boko Haram militants.

Ebola crisis to last 'at least six months' - MSF The outbreak of Ebola in West Africa will take at least six months to bring under control, the medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) says.

EU Offers to Take Charge of Gaza Border Crossings The European Union offers to help prevent illegal arms flows into Gaza.