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Hurricane Nicole pummels Bermuda with winds up to 115 mph

Storm floods homes, knocks out power to more than 26,000 customers who live in British territory

“Complete meltdown of humanity”: Aleppo civilians try to escape

Rebel forces in Aleppo agreed to a ceasefire on Tuesday, but it's still unclear if the deal would include the thousands of civilians still trapped in eastern Aleppo

Deadly Palm Sunday bombings in Egypt

Bombs rocked two Coptic churches on Palm Sunday in Egypt, killing more than 40 people and wounding dozens more. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attacks. Teri Okita reports.

Deadly landslides hit Colombia for 2nd time in 2 weeks

Like disaster earlier this month that claimed 300 lives, this deluge swept over a poor mountain community as residents slept

Bell tolls for historic bell maker

After producing bells for churches, cathedrals and city halls for half a millennium, London's Whitechapel Bell Foundry has cast its last

Pope Francis wraps up Egypt unity tour amid heavy security

Pope Francis is wrapping up his two-day unity tour of Egypt by celebrating mass at a stadium in Cairo Saturday. The Pontiff, amid major security concerns, has been reaching out to Muslims and the Coptic Christian community following the recent attacks on two of its churches. Seth Doane reports.

Mexican congressional committee rejects gay-marriage bill

Commission chairman Edgar Castillo Martinez reportedly said the vote means the matter is “totally and definitively concluded.”

More than 30 killed when runaway truck rams into vehicles on Kenya road

Runaway truck carrying volatile gas slammed into other vehicles and burst into flames on a major road in Kenya, killing at least 39 people and injuring 10, officials said

The Family: A Cult Revealed

Part 1: Allegations of stolen children, drugs, abuse and a leader who claimed to be the second coming of Christ -- "48 Hours" follows the trail of a cult that began in Australia and led the FBI to New York. "48 Hours" correspondent Peter Van Sant investigates.

10/29: FBI investigation takes center stage in presidential campaign; Shelter dogs let loose for...

Early voting is underway throughout most of the United States, but that has not stopped Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump from going full throttle on the campaign trail; Shelter dogs spend most of their time in cages, with little opportunity to move around freely.

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Pope Francis rejects “martyr” label for suicide bombers

Pope Francis said true martyrs don't harm others but rather are meek, honest and persecuted for their faith as true children of God

Ex-diplomat on why Putin aims to “chip away at American influence”

William Burns says Washington needs to send a firm message to Moscow

Public sector pay cap under review, No 10 suggests

Ministers hint the 1% limit could be lifted as a Labour move to scrap it is defeated in Parliament. Source: BBC