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June 5, 2014: In this file image made from an undated video provided by Al Fajer, a Sudanese nongovernmental organization, Meriam Ibrahim breastfeeds her newborn baby girl as the NGO visits her in a room at a prison in Khartoum, Sudan. (AP)

Meriam Ibrahim, the Sudanese Christian woman who faced a death sentence for refusing to renounce her faith, has been flown to Italy on an Italian government jet, accompanied by that country's vice-minister for foreign affairs.

Algerian jet missing on Sahara route
Thursday, 24 July 2014 05:19
24 July 2014Last updated at 11:07

Algeria's national airline, Air Algerie, says it has lost contact with one of its planes flying from Burkina Faso.

Contact was lost about 50 minutes after take-off from Ouagadougou, the airline is quoted by Algeria's state news agency as saying.

The passenger airliner, last seen at 0155 GMT, was bound for the Algerian capital Algiers, it added.

Flight AH 5017 had 110 passengers and six crew on board, officials said.

UN warns of 'dire' Gaza situation
Thursday, 24 July 2014 05:19
24 July 2014Last updated at 10:36
A Palestinian girl looks at houses which witnesses said were damaged in an Israeli air strike that killed two children, in the northern Gaza Strip, 24 July 2014The UN says people are running out of food and water in Gaza

UN humanitarian chief Valerie Amos has expressed extreme concern at the situation in Gaza, describing a ceasefire as "vital".

PESHAWAR Pakistan (Reuters) - The Pakistani military said its jets killed 35 suspected militants on Wednesday as part of an anti-Taliban offensive hours after another explosion nearby, which officials initially said was a U.S. drone strike, killed up to 20 people.

The violence in Pakistan comes as the United States struggles to bring stability to neighboring Afghanistan before most of its forces pull out after 12 years of inconclusive war.

In one of the worst attacks in Afghanistan in a year, dozens of people were killed on Tuesday when a car bomb exploded in a crowded market in the eastern province of Paktika, near the Pakistani border.

KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) — A shorebird that breeds in Siberian Asia and parts of western Alaska has made a rare appearance in the Florida Keys.

Swedish biologist Viktor Nilsson-Ortman spotted the red-necked stint last week near Naval Air Station Key West while he was out looking for nighthawks and mangrove cuckoos. He recognized the red-throated bird because he had seen many of them while working in Siberia on a survey of breeding birds.

The red-necked stint migrates thousands of miles and has been spotted on along this country's Pacific and Northeastern coasts.

LAKEWOOD RANCH, Fla. (AP) — After wild hogs spent months tearing through lawns and common areas, costing homeowners hundreds of dollars, some southwest Florida officials have hired a trapper to remediate the hog havoc.

About five homes and several common areas in the Lakewood Ranch community near Bradenton have been hit by hogs in the last few weeks.

Danny Young, who runs Sarasota-based Caught Hog Hunting and Trapping, has captured 16 hogs since he was hired by the district in March.

MIAMI (AP) — A landmark restaurant that was the first to integrate in Miami is closing its doors.

Jumbo's Restaurant served its final plates of fried chicken and soul food on Wednesday.

During segregation, black customers were forced to order from the back of restaurants, including at Jumbo's. But in 1967, the restaurant became the first to hire black employees and soon became a community staple for customers of all races.

The nationally known James Beard Foundation designated the restaurant an "American Classic" in 2008, one of just three in South Florida.

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The New Jersey Turnpike Authority wants a Florida pizza shop to pay a big toll for using a logo similar to the Garden State Parkway's green and yellow signs.

The agency sued Jersey Boardwalk Pizza Tuesday in federal court over the logo it uses for its two pizza shops and on merchandise sold online. It said in the suit that the company is trying to trade upon the fame of the Garden State Parkway logo to attract customers and potential franchisees.

Google Complies with EU ‘Right to be Forgotten’ Ruling
Google will meet with regulators from across the EU to address allegations that its response has been inadequate.
  • Joseph Wood was supposed to die quickly and painlessly
  • But he stayed alive for two hours after being injected with a novel combination of drugs
  • His protracted death has stirred controversy over states looking for new lethal drugs

(CNN) -- Joseph Wood was supposed to go quickly and painlessly, when the State of Arizona put him to death by lethal injection on Wednesday.

It took nearly two hours for him to die.

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