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  • Activists wearing masks depicting deputies linked to ousted president Viktor Yanukovich, some of whom will be running for parliament, take part in a "Performance Against Old Faces", in front of the parliament building in Kiev, October 23, 2014. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich

  • People walk in front of a pre-election poster with portrait of Ukrainian Prime Minister Yatseniuk in Kiev October 21, 2014.

  • An Israeli baby, a Palestinian kindergartner and an American-Palestinian youth killed last week
  • It's a déjà vuof the killings of youths before the Israeli-Gaza conflict this past summer
  • Back then, three Jewish teens were found killed
  • A Palestinian youth was burned to death in what Israeli prosecutors have called a revenge killing

(CNN) -- The slayings of Israeli and Palestinian teens during the summer was a bloody precursor to the Gaza-Israeli conflict that took more than 2,000 lives.

Smoke rises during fighting in the Syrian city of Kobani, seen from the outskirts of Suruc, Turkey, on Saturday, October 25. The United States and several Arab nations have been bombing ISIS targets in Syria to take out the militant groupSmoke rises during fighting in the Syrian city of Kobani, seen from the outskirts of Suruc, Turkey, on Saturday, October 25.

The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals (DHH) Friday notified the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) that all parties have signed the revised public-private partnership agreements that now govern the operation of five former LSU hospitals and affiliated clinics across Louisiana.

Copies of the agreements were provided to the federal agency as part of DHH's official response to CMS's earlier inquiry.

By Jonathan Allen

NEW YORK (Reuters) - As the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations embarked on a trip to West Africa, new rules in three U.S. states mandating quarantine for health workers returning from the Ebola-stricken region drew criticism, even as some U.S. lawmakers called for a travel ban on the three worst-hit countries.

Samantha Power, a member of President Barack Obama's cabinet, left Washington on Saturday bound for Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

PHOENIX - Sometimes all it takes to get shelter kittens ready for adoption is a big dog to show them the ropes.

Boots, a 12-year-old Hurricane Katrina survivor, is helping young cats at Arizona Humane Society get socialized and prepared for their forever homes.

Boots (somehow) sits patiently while the kittens interact with her and climb on her as a test to see if they're good with dogs and ready to go home with a loving family.


Special teams played a major role in Southern's 42-28 victory over rival Jackson State.

Some analysts think the Jaguars played their best game to date in their final true road contest of the season.

"Kickoff coverage was great," said Southern head coach Dawson Odums. "Kickoff return. I mean, this is one of the best units in the country. So, our punt team did a great job of covering."

"I was just being patient," said junior wide receiver Willie Quinn.

A man died of a possible heart attack in the stands at the LSU-Ole Miss game Saturday (Oct. 25) night at Tiger Stadium, East Baton Rouge

The California city of Palmdale was ready to roll out the red carpet this summer when a Japanese company agreed to build a $60 million factory on a city-owned, vacant parcel on the southwest side of town -- but now the company is taking its project out of state and critics say union greed is to blame. 

As many as 300 people were slated to work at the 400,000-square-foot plant, painting and wiring light rail cars under a huge contract with the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

LSU senior tight end Logan Stokes has had plenty of dress rehearsals for his shining moment. Saturday the spotlight finally came.

A seldom used tight end

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