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Study: Eurasian farmers migrated to Africa 3,000 years ago
Scientists say they have extracted ancient DNA from the skull of a man buried in the highlands of Ethiopia 4,500 years ago that supports the theory that Eurasian farmers migrated into Africa some 3,000 years ago.
UN wants another year for Haiti peacekeeping mission
The U.N. secretary-general is recommending that the U.N. peacekeeping mission in Haiti stay for another year — which might be its final one.
Vatican defends reports of synod after pope's words disputed
The Vatican press office is defending its reporting of a big meeting on family issues after a dispute arose over what Pope Francis told bishops behind closed doors about his hopes for a free and open debate.
Declassified US docs reveal Pinochet ordered killing in US
Newly declassified U.S. intelligence documents reveal that Gen. Augusto Pinochet directly ordered the 1976 assassination of a Chilean diplomat in Washington, D.C.
Bach calls for 'external' candidate to take over FIFA
Declaring that "enough is enough," IOC President Thomas Bach called Thursday for an "external presidential candidate" to take over FIFA and restore credibility to world soccer's scandal-scarred governing body.
No-fly zone to be enforced over William and Kate's home
British authorities are enforcing a no-fly zone over Prince William and his wife Kate's country home for security reasons.
Haiti voters grapple with packed field for presidency
Cities and towns across Haiti are plastered with colorful campaign ads, leaving voters struggling to differentiate a swarm of candidates who grin from posters, banners and billboards slapped on nearly everything that doesn't move and a few that do.
Actor Daniel Craig: I'm over James Bond
Actor Daniel Craig has said he wants to move on from the James Bond franchise and that, for now, he would rather slit his wrists than do another Bond movie.
Qatar royal sentenced by Prague court
A Prague court has convicted a Qatari royal family member of sexually abusing minors and sentenced him to 11 months and eight days in prison.
UN: Polio vaccines in Ukraine safe despite local concerns
The World Health Organization says it's worried that millions of doses of polio vaccine might be wasted in the Ukraine after concerns were raised by a patient group that the doses are unsafe.
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