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(file) (Getty Images) Saudis suggest no need for OPEC output cut

Saudi Arabia's oil minister is suggesting there is no need for OPEC to cut output despite a major fall in prices that has some other cartel members hurting.

Rare Shakespeare Folio discovered in French town

Updated: 11/26/2014 7:55:39 AM

A painting of William Shakespeare. (Oli Scarff, Getty Images)
Powerful earthquake hits off northern Indonesia

Updated: 11/26/2014 7:54:25 AM

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NATO sees Russia ready for Ukraine incursion

Updated: 11/26/2014 7:52:45 AM

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UN concerned over escalation of violence in Libya

Updated: 11/26/2014 7:51:34 AM

The Libyan flag. (Daniel Berehulak, Getty Images)
Ethiopia hopes to set world record for HIV tests

Updated: 11/25/2014 11:17:18 AM

HIV test (file) (2006 Getty Images)

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Hungary police warn women of dangers of flirting
Marking the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, police in Hungary have warned young women about the risks of flirting.
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Strong earthquake hits China's Sichuan province
A strong earthquake has hit a sparsely populated area in western China, prompting residents to rush out of their homes, but there are no immediate reports of injuries.
Protesters and police clash in front of LAPD Headquarters in the early morning hours of Nov. 25, 2014, as people react to the grand jury decision not to indict a white police officer who had shot dead an unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Missouri. (David McNew, 2014 Getty Images)
Russian envoy: Ferguson shows US discrimination
A senior Russian diplomat says U.S. protests against a grand jury's decision not to indict a white police officer in the killing of unarmed black man in Ferguson, Missouri, reflect racial discrimination in the United States that may challenge its stability.
A woman from the Dinka tribe stands at a small settlement outside the city center July 19, 2012 in Juba, South Sudan.  (File) (Paula Bronstein, Getty Images)
UN extends South Sudan peacekeeping mission
The U.N. Security Council has unanimously extended the U.N. peacekeeping mission in South Sudan for another six months.
Buses drive down Oxford Street under the Christmas lights on November 23, 2010 in London, England.  (Ian Gavan, Getty Images)
Black Friday shopping catches on in UK
Halloween and Mother's Day have become staples of the U.K. shopping calendar. Now Black Friday looks as though it may be the next big retail import from the United States.
The Ebola virus.
Italy's Ebola patient gets experimental treatment
An Italian doctor who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone has arrived back in Italy and is being treated with the same experimental drugs used in the U.S. and other European countries to treat people infected with the virus.
A view of the reactor building at the Russian-built Bushehr nuclear power plant as the first fuel is loaded in Bushehr, southern Iran. (IIPA via Getty Images)
Iran nuke talks face obstacles even with more time
The United States and Iran hope a new deadline in nuclear talks will allow them to finally reach a deal. But Tehran's apparent reluctance to compromise may soon leave U.S. negotiators running out of ideas on how to reduce Iran's capacity to make nuclear arms.
Congolese child refugees (Uriel Sinai, Getty Images)
Congo: Amnesty says Belgian firm evicted hundreds
Amnesty International says a Belgian company destroyed hundreds of homes near a mine in southeastern Congo and lied about it for years with the help of a government cover-up.
68th Session Of The United Nations General Assembly Begins (Andrew Burton, 2013 Getty Images)
US condemns Gambia's anti-gay law
The U.S. State Department has condemned the decision by Gambia's president to approve a law imposing life imprisonment for some homosexual acts.
Syrian Kurds Battle IS To Retain Control Of Kobani (Kutluhan Cucel)
Islamic State group recruits, exploits children
Teenagers carrying weapons stand at checkpoints and busy intersections in Iraq's second-largest city, Mosul. Patched onto the left arms of their black uniforms are the logos of the Islamic Police.

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