Miss USA contestants hol, Syria must allow chemical weapons inspection by UN, after US assertion: NATO and other World news

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Miss USA contestants hold preliminary swimsuit, evening gown competitions - Contestants for Miss USA 2013 made their first formal appearances before judges Wednesday, sporting evening gowns and swimsuits. Contestants wore their choices in evening gowns, with many trying on and pr... [ View ]

Syria must allow chemical weapons inspection by UN, after US assertion: NATO - Early on Friday, NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen declared the world community is unequivocal that use of chemical weapons in any form is totally unacceptable and a clear violation of internat... [ View ]

Keith Richards sheds light on drug-fueled years with The Rolling Stones - Keith Richards has lifted the lid off his dark past as a drug addict during his time with The Rolling Stones. The 69-year-old guitarist described himself as an "alchemist" and revealed in a recent intervi... [ View ]

New York City connects with Nextdoor - Even though New York City has made recent headlines for blocking access to Silicon Valley startups (like Airbnb), the city announced today that they are fully embracing at least one. Mayor Michael Bloombe... [ View ]

House toll nears 500 in Colorado wildfire - Although cooler weather and higher humidity helped firefighters begin controlling the worst wildfire in Colorado history, the number of burned homes from the Black Forest blaze rose towards 500. Fire Inci... [ View ]

Officials: NSA programs broke terror plots in 20 nations - ... [ View ]

Senators skip briefing on NSA surveillance programs - ... [ View ]

Firefighters make progress on Colo. wildfire containment - ... [ View ]

Ireland crush Canada - Fergus McFadden scored a hat-trick for Ireland as they finished a difficult season on a high with a comprehensive 40-14 victory over Canada.... [ View ]

Thieves fish money out of wishing fountain Acorns Children’s Hospice - This is the moment two shameless thieves stole cash from a charity wishing fountain used to raise funds for dying children.... [ View ]

Warren recalls Good Wife experience - Marc Warren has revealed working on US drama The Good Wife was "an experience" that involved mice, hurricanes and long hours.... [ View ]

US fire contained - Crews have gained the upper hand on the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history, containing more than half the blaze that burned down nearly 500 homes and killed two people.... [ View ]

4 stabbed at British mosque - Four men including a police officer are in hospital after being stabbed during an attack at a mosque in the English city of Birmingham.... [ View ]

Colombia frees two tourists - Colombian police have freed two Spanish tourists who were kidnapped by criminals last month.... [ View ]

14 die in Iraqi violence - A wave of car bombs in several cities south of Baghdad have killed at least 14 people, officials said, as Iraq grapples with a surge in violence.... [ View ]

Uncertain World: Obama and Xi Agree to a Truce - The meeting between US President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping at a desert retreat near Palm Springs, California, last weekend caused hardly a stir in Russia.... [ View ]

EDF backs single energy price plan - ... [ View ]

Police officer among four stabbed at Birmingham mosque - ... [ View ]

US intelligence outlines checks it says validate surveillance - ... [ View ]

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