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A federal appeals court issued a ruling Monday that in effect opens the door wider for illegal immigrants to lawfully rent housing in at least one Texas suburb.
France's interior minister defended on Monday a ban on women wearing full-face veils in public after a police check on a Muslim woman caused two days of rioting near Paris, Reuters reported.
Wednesday was dubbed the "day of steadfastness" by supporters of ousted Egypt President Mohammed Morsi, who rallied by the thousands outside the prime minister's office to protest the formation of a temporary cabinet.
Russia and China won't declare Iran's recent missile tests a violation of U.N. rules, effectively blocking the global body from imposing any new sanctions on the country, diplomats say.
A 23-year-old Chinese woman was shocked to death while answering a telephone call on her iPhone while it was charging.
Now that he's a free man, George Zimmerman wants to go to law school to help other people like him.
Plans moving ahead by a shadowy Chinese businessman may be the most ambitious — and improbable — of all to emerge from the world's newest economic superpower: a privately funded, 130-mile, $40 billion waterway through the rivers and dense tropical forests of Nicaragua designed to challenge the 100-year-old shipping monopoly of the Panama Canal.
The first senior-level U.S. diplomat to visit Egypt since the military coup against President Mohammed Morsi was snubbed on Monday — by both Islamists and their opponents.
More than 20 activists with the environmental group Greenpeace scaled the fences of a nuclear power plant in southern France and broke into the facility on Monday, demanding its closure.