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Pennsylvania Death Row Appeal
As prosecutors tried to paint a convicted killer as a male prostitute who suddenly came up with sexual abuse allegations to explain why he murdered a man in 1984, his lawyers said they will focus on items in the prosecutor's notes, which they say were only recently revealed in court.
After weeks of negotiations the West African state of Mali has accepted to host a regional military deployment aimed to retake the country's Islamist-occupied north.
Nearly half of the nation's states have new voting measures that could stop some Latinos from heading to the polls in November, a civil rights group said Monday.
Iran-Ahmadinejad-Interview (will update)
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad slammed an anti-Islam film that has provoked a violent reaction in the Muslim world, spoke strongly against homosexuality and said what his country would do if attacked by Israel in an interview airing Monday on CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight." The interview will air at 9 p.m. ET.
Texas-Nidal-Hassan (will update)
The military psychiatrist accused of killing 13 people in a Fort Hood shooting spree has been admitted to an Army hospital in Texas for treatment of an undisclosed condition, according to a statement from the military on Monday.
UK-Abu-Hamza (will update)
A European court on Monday ruled that radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza can be extradited from Great Britain to the United States, where he faces a host of terrorism charges.
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton praised the Libyan people Monday for their efforts to rid the country of the rogue militias blamed for the killings in Benghazi this month of four Americans, including the U.S. ambassador.
Five suspected militants were killed Monday in a U.S. drone strike in Pakistan, a local government official told CNN.
American born al Qaeda spokesman Adam Gadahn has released a new propaganda video in support of rebel uprisings throughout the Middle East and North Africa.
Scientists are trying to unravel a medical mystery involving a new type of coronavirus, which come from that same large family of viruses that bring us the common cold but also brought us Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome - better known as SARS - back in 2002.