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Egypt-Protests (will update)
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy on Sunday defended his controversial decree that limits the power of the country's judiciary, promising that the new powers he's claiming are only temporary, state media reported.
A Saudi program allowing male relatives to track women electronically has raised new outrage among activists who call it another way to keep them subjugated.
Spain-Catalonia-Elections (will update)
The northeast Spanish region of Catalonia is voting for president and a regional parliament Sunday in elections considered a barometer of rising independence sentiment. Polls close at 2 p.m. ET
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China announced Sunday that it had successfully landed a fighter jet on an aircraft carrier for the first time, but it may be years before the ship is fully operational.
Two bombs killed at least 11 people and wounded 30 in a church inside the military barracks in Jaji, Nigeria, on Sunday.
Days of heavy rain have led to flooding in southwestern England and parts of Wales and at least one fatality, British authorities said Sunday.
A high-level delegation from Gaza has arrived in Egypt "to complete arrangements for cease-fire talks" involving sticking points between Hamas and Israel, Hamas said Sunday.
Four-year-old Yosef lies in a hospital bed with curiosity gleaming in his eyes as he listens to a family friend tell him the age-old story of Jonah and the whale. The young boy is surprisingly bright-eyed after the traumatic ordeal he's endured as a result of the latest outbreak of warfare between Gaza and Israel. He and his parents were staying in an apartment in Kiryat Malachi in southern Israel when a rocket sailed over from Gaza and slammed into it, leaving a gaping hole in the building.
A fire ripped through a clothing factory near the Bangladesh capital of Dhaka, killing at least 117 people and sending workers jumping out of the multistory building.
At least 11 people were killed and scores others injured when an under-construction overpass collapsed in southeastern Bangladesh, police said Sunday.
A bomb hit a Shiite religious procession in northwest Pakistan, killing five people and injuring dozens more, police said Sunday.
A manufacturer of a popular cholesterol-reducing medication has recalled more than 40 batches of the product after warning that they may contain small particles of glass.
Sen. John McCain, who has led the effort to discredit Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, said Sunday he was willing to listen to Rice's testimony if she's nominated to become the next secretary of state.
As confidence builds over lawmakers' ability to reach a deal on the "fiscal cliff," investors will turn their attention to U.S. economic reports on the housing market, manufacturing and consumer data this week.
Lawmakers from both the House and Senate said Sunday all options must be considered during fiscal cliff negotiations, as both parties work to try to avoid an economic crisis.
When the new session of Congress begins in January, most of the faces on Capitol Hill will be the same - incumbents in both the House and the Senate overwhelmingly won re-election in November.
No one hit the jackpot in the latest Powerball drawing, pushing the next prize of $425 million into the record books. The prize for Saturday night's Powerball was $325 million -- the fourth-largest in the game's history.
A flash fire in the ductwork of the State Department injured four people Saturday, including three who were sent to a hospital, fire officials said.
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