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The recording extends the deadline for Jordan to release would-be suicide bomber to prevent killing of Jordanian fighter pilot
Raul Castro says the U.S. should return the base, lift a trade embargo and pay compensation for damages before relations are re-established
38-year-old woman hit by fragments of a bullet fired by police officer as authorities stormed the Sydney cafe to end 16-hour standoff
In a message purported to be from Japanese hostage Kenji Goto, the hostage warns that if ISIS suicide bomber Sajida al-Rishaw is not released by sunset on Thursday, the Jordanian pilot Muath al-Kaseasbeh will be killed.
Noble laureate Kailash Satyarthi has met with President Obama, but the greeting he relishes most is the one from the children he's helped save from slavery. Seth Doane sat down with Satyarthi to hear how his newfound fame has helped his cause.
There's been a new round of fighting in Eastern Ukraine as pro-Russian rebels face off with Ukranian soldiers. As Elizabeth Palmer reports, the war of words is back on as well.
Jordan offered to release a terrorist in exchange for one of its pilots and a Japanese hostage held in Syria by ISIS. But as Holly Williams reports, the Islamic terror group hasn't agreed to the terms.

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