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(Chris Hondros, Getty Images) Fog forces 5 US choppers to land in Polish field

Officials say that that fog forced five U.S. Army helicopters to make an emergency landing in a Polish field and spend the night there, the second such incident since September.

Thousands take part in Spanish anti-abortion rally

Updated: 11/22/2014 11:41:11 AM

Anti-Abortion Rally In Madrid (Pablo Blazquez Dominguez, 2014 Getty Images)
Family pays tribute to slain hostage Alan Henning

Updated: 11/22/2014 9:37:11 AM

Alan Henning Memorial Service (WPA Pool, 2014 Getty Images)
Bahrain holds its first major vote since unrest

Updated: 11/22/2014 9:29:40 AM

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Geneva hospital: Cuban doctor with Ebola stable

Updated: 11/22/2014 9:13:38 AM

Ebola Virus (Handout, 2014 Center for Disease Control)
Anti-government protest in Albania's capital

Updated: 11/22/2014 9:11:40 AM

The flag of Albania.
New Ebola case confirmed, 2 more suspected

Updated: 11/22/2014 8:10:19 AM

The Ebola virus.

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KALANDIA, WEST BANK - NOVEMBER 21: A Palestinian man fires a weapon as young people clash with the Israeli army at the Kalandia checkpoint  on November 21, 2014, Israel. Palestinians in the West Bank have clashed with the Israeli Army and Border Police after Hamas called for protests in order to protect the Temp Mount from Jewish worshippers. Police and security forces are on high alert as tension in the region has escalated after a series of attacks over the last few weeks. (Photo by Ilia Yefimovich/Getty Images) (Ilia Yefimovich, 2014 Getty Images)
Israeli forces disperse West Bank demonstration
The Israeli military says it has dispersed some 300 stone-throwing Palestinian demonstrators in the West Bank city of Hebron without injuries or arrests.
File photo of a view of the city and the mountains in Sana'a, Yemen. (Brent Stirton, Getty Images)
Al-Qaida in Yemen denounces Islamic State group
Yemen's al-Qaida branch has denounced the Islamic State group for declaring a caliphate on territory it seized in Syria and Iraq and its plans to further expand its area of control.
File photo of a rhinoceros. (Cameron Spencer, Getty Images)
South Africa seeks to move rhinos from harm's way
The rhino crashes forward, pounding the earth with its broad feet. Then, as a dart's sedative takes hold, it staggers and slouches to the ground, where South African rangers prepare to move the oversized beast by truck to an area they hope is safe from poachers.
File photo of vials of blood, April 2005. (Chung Sung-Jun, Getty Images)
Bandits in Guinea steal suspected Ebola blood
Officials in Guinea say bandits during a roadside robbery stole a cooler containing blood samples that are believed to have Ebola.
Giraffes on a plane? Most Wanted list released
Have you seen a man who loaded live giraffes into a Tanzanian military plane for delivery to Qatar? If so Interpol would like to speak with you.
Flowers bloom opposite The Bank of England on April 4, 2011 in London, England. (Peter Macdiarmid, Getty Images)
What's QE, anyway? A look at central bank stimulus
It's the stimulus measure with the long, baffling name.
Vice President Joseph Biden  (Alex Wong, Getty Images)
Biden calls on Russia to uphold east Ukraine truce
Vice President Joe Biden says Russia must uphold its end of a truce in east Ukraine in order to resolve the conflict which has claimed at least 4,300 lives since March.
File photo of gold bars and coins. (Mario Tama, Getty Images)
Dutch move 122 tons of gold out of US
The Dutch Central Bank says it has recently shipped 122.5 tons of gold worth around 4 billion euros ($5 billion) from safekeeping in New York back to its headquarters in Amsterdam.
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange during afternoon trading on July 27, 2012 in New York City. The Dow finished above 13,000 for the first time since May to close at 13,075.66 on hopes that European and American central banks will further assist the global economy.  (Mario Tama, Getty Images)
US stocks rise early after rate cut from China
U.S. stocks rose sharply in early trading after a surprise interest rate cut in China and a hint of further stimulus for Europe from the head of that region's central bank.
US Secretary of State John Kerry (WPA Pool, Getty Images)
Kerry, Iran pull back from nuke talks
VIENNA (AP) — Secretary of State John Kerry and Iran's foreign minister have decided to pull back from nuclear talks in Vienna, leaving the future of the negotiations unclear less than four days before the deadline for a deal.

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