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A video shows an American freelance journalist, in obvious distress, weeks after he was last heard from -- and, according to the U.S. government, detained by government forces -- in Syria, his family and two news organizations he worked for reported Monday.
Police in Philadelphia are investigating after a video was posted to YouTube in which a police officer punches a retreating woman after he was hit by some liquids.
Results were expected in the election of 150 members to the new parliament in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia.
After a United Nations convoy was attacked in Benghazi in early April of this year, a small team of U.S. special forces commandos was sent to the U.S. mission in Benghazi to assess security there and train local Libyan forces on how to better to protect the facility, an administration official tells CNN.
A ferry and a tugboat collided off Hong Kong on Monday night, killing 25 people and sending dozens of passengers into the water, according to government and medical authorities.
TRAVEL-Plane-Seats (will update)
Passengers already feeling the bumpy impact of a labor dispute at American Airlines had another concern over the weekend when a row of seats dislodged during a flight and prompted an emergency landing, the airline said on Monday.
New York Iran Cameraman (will update)
A cameraman who accompanied Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to New York for the U.N. General Assembly has applied for asylum in the United States, his attorney said Monday.
UNGA-Final-Day (will update)
Monday marked the final day of debate at the 67th session of the U.N. General Assembly, where some of the most-controversial speakers were saved for last. Here are a few things we learned.
Syria-Civil-War (will update)
As Syria's foreign minister blasted international calls for President Bashar al-Assad to step down, Syrian forces were shelling civilian neighborhoods and battling rebel forces, opposition leaders said.
A Pennsylvania judge is expected to rule by Tuesday on whether a new Pennsylvania law requiring every voter to present a state-issued photo ID at the polls is constitutional.
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