World -

Medical charity blames U.S. airstrike in Afghanistan for destroying its hospital and killing 19 people; humanitarian crisis started by Taliban's city takeover worsens
Torrents of muddy water trap people in cars, a campsite and a retirement home in southern France; three still missing
A hospital in Afghanistan operated by the humanitarian group Doctors Without Borders was apparently hit by a U.S. airstrike
Life ring spotted about 70 miles northeast of the last known position of the El Faro before it lost contact during Hurricane Joaquin
Johnny Strange, 23, scaled tallest peaks on every continent before he was 18
Monsignor comes out on eve of meeting of world's Catholic bishops to discuss church outreach to gays, divorcees, more traditional families
President Obama is calling Russia's entry into the Syrian war "a recipe for disaster," especially since U.S. warplanes are also in the skies over the war zone
U.S. airstrikes may have killed nine local staffers at a medical clinic run by Doctors Without Borders during a bombing raid in the provincial city of Kunduz in northern Afghanistan
Doctors Without Borders staff killed after explosion near Afghanistan hospital that may have been caused by U.S. airstrike
17-year veteran of the police force's finance department shot from behind by teenager in Sydney suburb, police say