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In Poland, Romney heralds economic freedom

Mitt Romney's speech in Warsaw Tuesday - his last on a week-long foreign tour - offered effusive praise for Poland, the country that has proved to be the smoothest stop on his three-nation trip.

Romney raises more than $1 million in Jerusalem

Mitt Romney's final stop in Israel - a fund-raising breakfast at a historic hotel in central Jerusalem Monday - was a chance for the presumptive Republican nominee to describe in personal detail the impact of his trip to the country.

Cambodia children's disease

The World Health Organization, in conjunction with the Cambodian Ministry of Health, will conclude that a combination of pathogens is to blame for the mysterious illness that has claimed the lives of more than 60 children in Cambodia, two World

Intergalactic fireworks!

Some intergalactic fireworks took place today for your 4th of July enjoyment. Take a look at the video above!

Pakistan re-opens NATO supply routes to Afghanistan

Pakistan has decided to re-open supply routes that the United States and its allies have used to supply their troops in Afghanistan, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Tuesday.

Revolutionary Party expects return to power in Mexican presidential vote

MEXICO CITY (CNN) -- The political party that ruled Mexico for more than 70 years appears poised to return to power after election authorities projected Enrique Peña Nieto as the winner of the nation's presidential vote.

Former Egyptian leader Mubarak in coma

Former Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak was in a coma Monday, a spokesman for Egypt's Interior Ministry said.

UK Prince Philip released

Prince Philip was released from a British hospital Saturday after treatment for a bladder infection that forced him to miss part of Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee celebration.

U.N. team enters site of Syria massacre

United Nations observers made it to the site of a massacre Friday after they were blocked access the day before, a Syrian activist said. The U.N.

Australian Olympic swimmers in hot water after gun photo

Two Australian Olympic swimmers who posted pictures on Facebook of themselves brandishing weapons have been ordered to take them down by the country's swimming authorities.