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Israel sees growing threat from Gaza tunnels

Israel is confronting a problem beyond the Hamas rockets screeching overhead -- a threat underfoot.

The Israeli military says it is trying to demolish a sophisticated network of tunnels that run through parts of northeast Gaza, under the border and in...


Typhoon Matmo projected to hit Taiwan

After super Typhoon Rammasun battered parts of the Philippines and China last week, another sizable storm is approaching Taiwan.


Who are Ukraine's pro-Russia rebels?

The horrifying crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 has put the pro-Russia rebels operating in Ukraine's eastern regions center stage -- and raised all kinds of questions about who they are, what they want and who's in charge.

U.S. and other officials...

Train carrying MH17 victims

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Train with MH17 bodies heads across Ukraine

A train carried the remains of most victims from Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 from the crash site in rebel-controlled territory to a government-controlled city Tuesday -- getting the bodies one step closer to their grieving families around the world.

Mostly cloudy today with scattered showers and storms

Once again southwest Virginia will notice plenty of clouds, fog and drizzle early. We pick-up a 40% chance of showers and storms this afternoon and some of those storms may be slow movers.

MH17 crash site 3

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MH17: Five unanswered questions

Amid the chaos and the grief, the politics and the finger pointing, we are no closer to answering some key questions about the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. The crash, which killed all 298 people aboard, has turned a volatile Ukrainian regi...


URGENT - Malaysia Black Boxes What's Next

(CNN) -- Malaysian officials have taken custody of the MH17 black boxes and will keep them while an international investigation team is being formalized, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said. Once the team is finalized, "we will pass the black b...


Independent inquiry set in Litvinenko death

The UK Home Office will hold an independent public inquiry into the 2006 death of Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko, it announced Tuesday.

The Home Office said this inquiry will be independent from an ongoing government inquest.

Litvinenko's widow has ...

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