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Guard Opens Fire at Kabul Hospital
Guard Opens Fire at Kabul Hospital

Three foreigners were killed on Thursday (April 24) when a security guard opened fire at an international hospital in the Afghan capital, Kabul, security sources said. An Interior Ministry official confirmed the deaths of three foreign nationals and said a member of the hospital medical staff had been wounded, adding that the gunman was also wounded and in police custody. No further details were available.

Palestinian Unity Pact Upsets U.S.
Palestinian Unity Pact Upsets U.S.

The announcement of a unity pact between Islamist Hamas in Gaza and the Palestinian Liberation Organisation in West Bank has caused shock waves. The deal after years of internal bickering is being welcomed by some, condemned by others. Hamas is classed as a terrorist organisation by Israel, the United States, and the European Union. The U.S. is warning it could severely complicate peace efforts with Israel.

Bieber, Brown Court Cases Delayed; Foster Married
Bieber, Brown Court Cases Delayed; Foster Married

Justin Bieber's Miami trial has been delayed. The singer was due to face charges on May 07 for allegedly drag racing in Miami Beach earlier this year, but a judge has postponed the trial until July 07. Lawyers for Bieber argued that more time was needed to hear potential pre-trial motions. Bieber is charged with driving under the influence, resisting arrest and using an expired license.

Justin Bieber's Latest Mistep
Justin Bieber's Latest Mistep

Trouble continues to find Justin Bieber. The pop star drew fire from South Korea and China after stepping into a bitter international dispute over Japan's wartime aggression. Bieber posted a photo on social media of what appeared to be himself visiting Tokyo's Yasukuni Shrine - seen by critics as a symbol of Japan's wartime aggression - with the heading, "Thank you for your blessings". The photo was later deleted, although it was republished elsewhere on the Internet.

Hamas, Abbas's PLO Announce Reconciliation Agreement
Hamas, Abbas's PLO Announce Reconciliation Agreement

A show of reconciliation in Gaza between rival Palestinian groups. An accord was announced on Wednesday between the Palestinian Liberation Organization, or PLO, led by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, and the Gaza-based Islamist group Hamas. After bickering for years, they're looking for the benefits of unity. They pledged to form a unity government within five weeks and eventually hold national elections. Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh:

Lupita Nyong'o Leads the List of People's "Most Beautiful"
Lupita Nyong'o Leads the List of People's "Most Beautiful"

It's been a big year for Lupita Nyong'o. After winning an Oscar for her role in "12 Years A Slave," the actress has been named People magazine's most beautiful woman for 2014. Nyong'o said she "never dreamed' she would be praised for her looks and land on the cover of the weekly magazine.

Uncertain Future for 'Born Free' Youth
Uncertain Future for 'Born Free' Youth

April 27th 1994. A momentous day. The end of apartheid as millions of black South Africans, including Nelson Mandela, vote in its first multiracial elections. Mandela went on to become the its first black president amid a new optimism. Twenty years on and Sabelo Fumba is one of the so-called 'born-free' generation. He's campaigning in Soweto for the Economic Freedom Fighters, a radical leftist party which currently holds 4 percent of the vote.

Risk of Asteroid Hitting Earth Higher Than Thought, Study Shows
Risk of Asteroid Hitting Earth Higher Than Thought, Study Shows

***EDITORS PLEASE NOTE***This edit has been updated with more accurate video animation. Please use updated version of this story. The chances of an asteroid hitting earth and destroying a major city --- higher then you might think. "We asked the UN to consider five new measures to protect earth from asteroid strikes." Scientists who monitors nuclear weapons detonations, says they've detected 26 asteroids between 2000 and 2013.

Iceberg Eight Times the Size of Manhattan Breaks Off from Antarctica
Iceberg Eight Times the Size of Manhattan Breaks Off from Antarctica

NASA satellite images show a huge iceberg separating from the front of Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier. According to NASA, the iceberg is 21 miles (33 km) by 12 miles (19 km) -- eight times the size of Manhattan.

Kiev to Resume Security Operation to Disarm Eastern Separatists
Kiev to Resume Security Operation to Disarm Eastern Separatists

This is video from a Ukrainian online news site. It shows the town counselor in the eastern city of Horlivka last week. The website says he tried to remove the flag of pro-Russian separatists from town hall. 'Over my dead body', one of the men yells at him in the video. 'Kill this so-and-so' someone says. He seems to walk away but within hours, he would be dead. Police say his tortured body was discovered in a river. They think he was dumped alive and left to drown.

Chinese with Cash Chase the American Dream
Chinese with Cash Chase the American Dream

Invest in the U.S., the land of Mickey Mouse and struggling cities. And for Chinese like Huang Weiming, hope for a better future for his daughter. For $500,000 U.S. dollars Huang and his family can get U.S. green cards through a program called EB-5. Once an obscure investment visa scheme, it's become a major source of funds for construction projects across America.

Tutu 'Won't Vote for ANC' in May Polls
Tutu 'Won't Vote for ANC' in May Polls

Retired Archbishop Desmond Tutu is one of South Africa's leading moral lights. The Nobel Laureate was one of the champions of the nation's struggle for democracy. His public avowal that he won't vote for the African National Congress in May's elections is a telling swipe.

Asia Day Ahead: Investors Await Big Name Earnings
Asia Day Ahead: Investors Await Big Name Earnings

(SOUNDBITE) (English) REUTERS REPORTER, TARA JOSEPH, SAYING: "Big name company earnings continue to roll in across Asia from automakers to banks." Japan's Honda posts its latest quarterly results,

Brother-in-Law of Prince Charles Dies
Brother-in-Law of Prince Charles Dies

Mark Shand, brother-in-law of Britain's Prince Charles, died in a New York Hospital on Wednesday. The 62-year-old was the younger brother of Camilla Parker Bowles, the Prince's second wife. He suffered serious head injuries in a fall following a charity event. Police found him allegedly lying on the ground outside the Grammercy Park Hotel's Rose Bar. He was taken to Bellevue Hospital but pronounced dead when he got there.

Brother of Britain's Camilla Dies
Brother of Britain's Camilla Dies

Mark Shand, the brother-in-law of Britain's Prince Charles, died in a New York hospital on Wednesday (April 23) after suffering a serious head injury in a fall outside a club following a charity event. Shand, aged 62, was the younger brother of Camilla Parker Bowles, who became the Duchess of Cornwall as the second wife of heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles. The royal couple confirmed the death in a statement, saying "family members are utterly devastated by this sudden and tragic loss."

Breakingviews: China's SOE Reform Buzz Short on Substance
Breakingviews: China's SOE Reform Buzz Short on Substance

"China's massive state-owned enterprise sector, John, there's talk of reform here, but when it gets down to it, it's really just scratching the surface."

Michael Phelps' Dives Into Competitive Swimming... Again
Michael Phelps' Dives Into Competitive Swimming... Again

Michael Phelps is diving right back in to competitive swimming. He's the world's most decorated Olympian with 18 gold medals. And though he announced his retirement following the London Olympics, he'll be competing again starting Thursday.

Apple Doles Out Cash, Facebook Beat Underwhelms
Apple Doles Out Cash, Facebook Beat Underwhelms

Apple beat sales and earnings forecast for the quarter but the world's most valuable company is getting attention for something else. It plans to give back over $130 billion in cash to shareholders. It's bumping up dividends to $3.29 per share, bulking up its share repurchase to $90 billion, and announcing a 7-for-1 stock split. Shares of Apple quickly shot higher on the news.

Car Bomb Kills Four in Kenyan Capital
Car Bomb Kills Four in Kenyan Capital

A controlled detonation by bomb disposal officers in Nairobi. Four people were killed here earlier, when a car bomb exploded outside a police station. The Interior Ministry said police had stopped the vehicle at traffic lights when the bomb went off. It was not immediately clear who was behind the attack. But authorities say they are struggling to contain a surge in bomb and gun attacks, and blame Somali Islamist militants for recent unrest.

Apple Stock Jumps on Results, Stock Split
Apple Stock Jumps on Results, Stock Split

Apple stock shot up after the bell on its earnings report. Lots for shareholders to get excited about- a 7-for-1 stock split- it boosted its dividend, and approved another $30 billion in share buybacks. iPhone sales were much better than expected, and revenues were at record levels for a non-holiday quarter. The report beating forecasts.

Phelps Says His Return to Swimming "Incredible"
Phelps Says His Return to Swimming "Incredible"

The most decorated swimmer of all time -- Michael Phelps -- is coming out of retirement, and spoke during a press conference in Mesa, Arizona. After "having fun" during a swimming hiatus, Phelps said he gained 30 pounds but admits "there was something that I missed." "Being able to be back in the pool... it's incredible," Phelps said.

One Million Endangered Orchids to Be Planted in South Florida
One Million Endangered Orchids to Be Planted in South Florida

For Lise Dowdon this moment has been two years in the making. She, along with a team of volunteers, is attaching orchid seedlings to an oak tree in Coral Gables, near downtown Miami. It's the first batch of the critically endangered flowers to be planted as part of an ambitious effort to resurrect orchid populations across South Florida, where decades of urban expansion have almost wiped them out..

U.S. Says 'Disappointed' by Palestinian Unity Deal
U.S. Says 'Disappointed' by Palestinian Unity Deal

The United States said on Wednesday (April 23) it was let down by a unity pact agreed to between the Gaza-based Islamist group Hamas and President Mahmoud Abbas' Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and said it could make peace efforts difficult. "The timing was troubling, and we were certainly disappointed in the announcement," State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki told a regular news briefing.

U.S. Paratroopers Arrive in Poland
U.S. Paratroopers Arrive in Poland

About 150 U.S paratroopers arrived at a base in Swidwin, Poland to participate in training exercises with the Polish army on Wednesday (April 23) amid growing tension in Ukraine. The United States and NATO have made clear they will not intervene militarily in Ukraine. But the Pentagon said it sent about 600 soldiers to Poland and the three Baltic states for infantry exercises, to reassure NATO allies after Russia's seizure of Crimea.