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Mayon Volcano is seen emitting smoke in Albay province, Bicol region, south of Manila

Philippines volcano steaming as pressure builds

An active volcano in the eastern Philippines emitted steam plumes Monday as scientists warned that pressure was building up inside the crater.

Pope hails 'model of religious harmony'

Pope Francis said Albania was a model of religious harmony during his first visit to the Muslim-majority country yesterday.

White House fence jumper had knife: officials

A man who jumped over a White House fence and entered the presidential mansion was carrying a folding knife and claimed to be an Iraq war veteran, triggering a security review.

India postpones massive Africa summit over Ebola outbreak

The deadly Ebola outbreak in west Africa has forced India to postpone plans for a December summit in New Delhi attended by representatives of more than 50 African nations, officials said on Saturday.

Turkish hostages freed, jihadists advance in Syria

Forty-nine Turks were freed Saturday more than three months after the Islamic State group kidnapped them in Iraq, as tens of thousands fled across the Syrian border from the advancing jihadists.

Nigeria's students back to school after Ebola lay-off

Nigerians students prepared to return to school on Monday after an enforced summer break because of Ebola, but lingering fears over the virus prompted the Lagos state government to announce at the last minute it would keep pupils at home for longer.