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Servicemen of Ukrainian military orchestra wait for a wreath laying ceremony at the Unknown Soldier's Tomb in Kiev

Seven soldiers, one civilian killed in eastern Ukraine

Seven Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in the past day of fighting with pro-Russian rebels in the east of the country, the military said, the biggest daily toll in more than two weeks.

Israel PM orders 'significant' increase in Jerusalem police

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday ordered a "significant increase" in police deployments in Jerusalem following an assassination attempt on a Jewish ultranationalist.
Troops from the U.S. 31st Fighter Wing based at Aviano Air Base in Italy raise their flag during the opening ceremony of bilateral one-week training exercises with Romanian pilots

Fighter plane crashes in California, killing one

A fighter jet crashed near a US naval base in California's Ventura County, leaving one person dead, rescue workers said.

North Koreans killed for watching soaps

As many as 50 senior members of the North Korean government and military have been publicly executed so far this year, according to South Korea's intelligence agency.

A bone to pick with milk

Milk has long been recommended by doctors and nutritionists for boosting calcium intake and helping to keep bones strong.