• 'Finally:' Pope meets Russian Orthodox leader
    Pope Francis speaks to reporters aboard the plane during the flight from Rome to Habana, Cuba, on his way to a week-long trip to Mexico, Friday, Feb. 12, 2016. The pontiff is scheduled to stop in Cuba for an historical meeting with Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill that the Vatican sees as a historic step in the path toward healing the 1,000-year schism that split Christianity. (Alessandro Di Meo/Pool Photo via AP)HAVANA (AP) Pope Francis met Friday with Patriarch Kirill in the first-ever papal meeting with the head of the Russian Orthodox Church, an historic development in the 1,000-year schism that divided Christianity that may, however, be more about Russia asserting itself than any new ecumenical progress.
  • Five UN peacekeepers among 8 troops killed in Mali attacks
    United Nations soldiers patrol on July 27, 2013 in the northern Malian city of KidalFive United Nations peacekeepers were killed and some 30 others wounded when suspected Islamists attacked their base in Mali's restive north Friday, as three Malian soldiers perished in an ambush in the same region, the UN chief and security sources said...
  • Dunst stars in 'E.T. update' for NSA generation at Berlin fest
    (From L) Kirsten Dunst, Joel Edgerton, Michael Shannon, Jaeden Lieberher and Jeff Nichols pose as they arrive for the screening of the film "Midnight Special" by Jeff Nichols in competition of the 66th Berlinale Film Festival on February 12, 2016Kirsten Dunst unveiled a sci-fi thriller by acclaimed US director Jeff Nichols at the Berlin film festival Friday, which takes inspiration from "E.T." and updates it for the NSA generation...
  • Congress passes tougher North Korea sanctions, sends bill to Obama
    KCNA picture of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un providing field guidance to the Kim Jong Suk Pyongyang Textile MillBy Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed legislation on Friday broadening sanctions to punish North Korea for its nuclear program, human rights record and cyber crimes, and sent the measure to President Barack Obama to sign into law. Lawmakers said they wanted to make Washington's resolve clear to Pyongyang, but also to the United Nations and other governments, especially China, North Korea's lone major ally and main business partner.
  • 'No rhyme or reason' for machete attack at Ohio restaurant
    Police talk inside the Columbus, Ohio, restaurant where they say a man attacked several people with a machete on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016. They say the man fled the scene and was later fatally shot by police. (AP Photo/Kantele Franko)COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) From the front door, the man with the machete didn't have a straight path to people in the booths at the small suburban restaurant...
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