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IS can be conduit for psychopaths' violent desires: experts
IS can be conduit for psychopaths' violent desires: experts

Not all jihadists are psychopaths, and not all psychopaths turn violent.

IS can be conduit for psychopaths' violent desires: experts
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Five dead in Kazakhstan 'terror' attacks on police

Security forces in Kazakhstan arrested two men suspected of gunning down five people in attacks on a police station in Almaty.

Five dead in Kazakhstan 'terror' attacks on police
UN warns Jerusalem clashes could ignite Mideast violence
UN warns Jerusalem clashes could ignite Mideast violence

Clashes between Israeli security forces and Palestinians at a Jerusalem holy site could trigger violence elsewhere in the Middle East.

UN warns Jerusalem clashes could ignite Mideast violence
Turkey hunts PKK in Iraq as nationalist violence spreads
Turkey hunts PKK in Iraq as nationalist violence spreads

Turkish forces crossed into Iraq to pursue Kurdish militants after dozens were killed in the deadliest attacks for years, as protesters assailed offices of the main pro-Kurdish party in a night of nationalist-tinged violence.

Turkey hunts PKK in Iraq as nationalist violence spreads
Clinton on US gun violence: 'Something is deeply wrong'
Clinton on US gun violence: 'Something is deeply wrong'

Hillary Clinton reiterated her call for gun safety reforms, saying this week's murder of Virginia journalists during an on-air broadcast shows that "something is deeply wrong" in America.

Clinton on US gun violence: 'Something is deeply wrong'
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Red Cross denounces attacks on Ebola teams in Guinea

The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement denounced a series of violent attacks on its volunteers battling the deadly Ebola epidemic in Guinea

Red Cross denounces attacks on Ebola teams in Guinea
China court moves to tighten grip over 'disorderly Internet'
China court moves to tighten grip over 'disorderly Internet'

China's top court is putting pressure on Internet service providers to provide the personal details of Web users suspected of "rights violations".

China court moves to tighten grip over 'disorderly Internet'
Kerry tells Lavrov of 'concern' over Ukraine fighting
Kerry tells Lavrov of 'concern' over Ukraine fighting

US Secretary of State John Kerry told his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov of his "concern" over the escalation of violence in eastern Ukraine.

Kerry tells Lavrov of 'concern' over Ukraine fighting
Pope says religion can't justify violence
Pope says religion can't justify violence

Pope Francis warned during a visit to Albania that religion can never be used to justify violence.

Pope says religion can't justify violence
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Uighur group says nearly 100 casualties in China clash

A clash in Xinjiang, home to China's mostly Muslim Uighur minority, left nearly 100 people dead or wounded, an exile group said Wednesday after what authorities called a "terror attack" on a police station and township.

Uighur group says nearly 100 casualties in China clash
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Grim reality of Kazakhstani rehab centres for abused children

The grim reality of Kazakhstan’s Centers for Adaptation of Underage startles with adults’ inhumanity and cruelty towards abused children.

Grim reality of Kazakhstani rehab centres for abused children
Indian woman says police gang-raped her inside station
Indian woman says police gang-raped her inside station

An Indian woman said Thursday she was gang-raped by four officers at a police station, the latest in a string of shocking sex attacks in the troubled state of Uttar Pradesh.

Indian woman says police gang-raped her inside station
Vegas cop killers 'had pro-gun militia links'
Vegas cop killers 'had pro-gun militia links'

A gun-toting couple possibly linked to anti-government militias killed two US cops execution-style and left a swastika on the bodies, in America's latest chilling shooting rampage, police said.

Vegas cop killers 'had pro-gun militia links'
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38 killed in DR Congo ethnic violence: government

A total of 38 people died in ethnic violence in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo at the weekend, many massacred when a church was set ablaze, the government said.

38 killed in DR Congo ethnic violence: government
Heavy clashes, suicide bombings kill 36 in north Iraq
Heavy clashes, suicide bombings kill 36 in north Iraq

Heavy fighting between security forces and militants and twin suicide bombings killed 36 people in north Iraq Friday, as deadly violence shook other parts of the country.

Heavy clashes, suicide bombings kill 36 in north Iraq
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China father beat daughter to death for copying

An 11-year-old girl in China was beaten to death by her father for copying a classmate's homework, state-run media said.

China father beat daughter to death for copying
Death toll hits 32 in India rebel violence: police
Death toll hits 32 in India rebel violence: police

Police found nine more bodies Saturday after a deadly rampage by tribal separatists in India's remote northeastern Assam state, taking the death toll to 32 following two days of violence.

Death toll hits 32 in India rebel violence: police
Dozens die in Odessa blaze as Ukraine violence spreads
Dozens die in Odessa blaze as Ukraine violence spreads

More than 30 people were killed in a "criminal" blaze in Ukraine's southern city of Odessa, as violence spread across the country during the bloodiest day since Kiev's Western-backed government took power.

Dozens die in Odessa blaze as Ukraine violence spreads
Six killed as India heads back to the polls
Six killed as India heads back to the polls

The latest stage of India's massive five-week election was marred by bloody violence Thursday, with a landmine triggered by Maoist insurgents killing at least five policemen in an insurgency-hit eastern state.

Six killed as India heads back to the polls
Briton 'global exporter of terrorism' NY trial hears
Briton 'global exporter of terrorism' NY trial hears

British hate preacher Abu Hamza was a "global exporter" of violence and terrorism intent on waging war against non-Muslims, prosecutors said Thursday as the Egyptian-born cleric's trial opened in New York.

Briton 'global exporter of terrorism' NY trial hears