USA Today (International News)
· From boyhood to the battlefield: Long war takes its toll
Casualties in nation's longest war -- Afghanistan -- were just children when it started
· Report raps military propaganda efforts as ineffective
Report obtained by USA TODAY says military propaganda programs poorly coordinated
· Pentagon responds to GAO report on propaganda
Pentagon responds to GAO report about military propaganda operations
· Mayor who allegedly smoked crack fires chief of staff
oronto Mayor Rob Ford, caught up in a scandal over a video purportedly showing him smoking crack cocaine, fired his chief of staff on Thursd...
· Pope Francis defends atheists
Imagining that those who aren't Catholic can't "do good" leads to war, the pope says.
· Two more arrests in brutal London attack
Two Muslim hardliners say one man videotaped in the attack is a Christian convert to Islam.
· EU deal on airline emissions tax could take until 2016
The policy aims to reduce airplane emissions and fine airlines that produce too much on flights to and from Europe.
· Riots rock Sweden's immigrant suburbs for fourth night
Suburbs of the Swedish capital were engulfed in a fourth night of rioting.
· Syrian rebel haven teeters — along with rebellion itself
Should the opposition lose control of the border town Qusayr, rebels face an uphill battle.
· Little progress as N. Korea envoy visits China for talks
North Korea military's top political officer met Thursday with a top member of China's ruling party.
· Parents frustrated with Singapore inquest in son's death
The final outcome of the coroner's inquest determining the cause of death will not be able to be appealed.
· First Take: London in shock after brutal machete attack
The U.K. is coping after a fatal terrorist attack on home soil.
· Building materials blamed in Bangladesh disaster
Poor quality construction materials and a series of violations caused the collapse.
· Syrian rebels, U.S. disagree on peace talks
The Syrian National Coalition is in direct conflict with the U.S. on peace talks.
· Is the word 'terror' losing its punch?
First question after gruesome London slaying, and in other such incidents: Was it terrorism?