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Matt Siegel

Matt Siegel

    WikiLeaks' Assange says he'll accept arrest if he loses UN case
    WikiLeaks' Assange says he'll accept arrest if he loses UN case
    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will leave the Ecuadorian embassy in London, where he took refuge in June 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden.
    Australia issues visa ban on Ebola-hit countries
    Australia issues visa ban on Ebola-hit countries
    In a move that has been called "purely political", Australia is the first rich nation to shut its doors to West African countries hit by Ebola.
    Malaysia releases transcript of last words from MH370
    Malaysia releases transcript of last words from MH370
    Authorities have released the full transcript of communications between the missing plane and air traffic control before it dropped off the radar.
    Search for Flight MH370 'could take years'
    Search for Flight MH370 'could take years'
    Ten ships and as many aircraft are searching for missing Flight MH370 in a massive area in the Indian Ocean west of Perth.
    Chinese satellite spots possible new Malaysia Airlines debris
    Chinese satellite spots possible new Malaysia Airlines debris
    A new satellite image of potential debris from flight MH370 has prompted more planes and ships to head to the remote search zone in the Indian Ocean.
    Kyrgyz violence eases but humanitarian crisis grows
    Kyrgyz violence eases but humanitarian crisis grows
    The humanitarian crisis for tens of thousands of refugees who fled ethnic fighting in Kyrgyzstan is intensifying, officials warned on Tuesday.
    Resort Turkmenistan: They'll build it, but should you come?
    Resort Turkmenistan: They'll build it, but should you come?
    The billboard depicts white sandy beaches blanketed in sunshine and swarms of vacationers enjoying Turkmenistan's newest resort town.