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21 killed in attack on Egyptian border guards

Unidentified gunmen attacked border guards in southern Egypt on Saturday, killing 21 and injuring four, according to Egypt's state-run news agency MENA.

Body bags at scene of Malaysia Airlines crash; Ukraine accuses rebels of looting

Two days after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crashed in the war zone of eastern Ukraine, the grim task began of gathering the remains of some of the 298 victims of the disaster in body bags ready for removal.

2 killed, dozens injured by blast in southwest Pakistan

Two people were killed when an explosive was detonated in Pakistan's southwest Balochistan province on Saturday, police said.

43 killed when van carrying flammable liquid hits bus in China

A van carrying flammable liquid rammed into a bus in China early Saturday, sparking an explosion that left 43 people dead, state media reported.

Multiple car bombs kill 16 in Iraq

Car bombs tore through four Shiite neighborhoods in Baghdad on Saturday, killing 16 people and wounding dozens, police said. One bomb exploded near a mosque and two were placed near commercial markets.

Triple murder suspect goes from guilty to innocent and back to guilty

Courtroom experts call it a one-of-kind murder mystery that some people believe has yet to be completely solved.

The one-piece bathing suit makes a comeback

"Less is more" has reigned at the beach and the neighborhood pool when it comes to swimwear ever since the popularization of the bikini in the 20th century.

Tim McGraw rep: He swatted fan to save his pants

Tim McGraw "instinctively swatted" at a fan who refused to let go of his leg during the finale of an Atlanta concert last week, a rep said.

Monty Python's final London performance to air live Sunday

Time to pull up the comfy chair.

Firefighter obesity a big problem

 The need for firefighters to be fit seems obvious: A fire ax weighs around 20 pounds, and an oxygen tank can be up to 50.