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VIDEO: Iran call for Hajj investigation September 26, 2015
Iranian President Hassan Rouhan calls for an investigation into the stampede at the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca.
VIDEO: Cold weather hits migrants on the move September 26, 2015
Orla Guerin reports from Tovarnik, on the Croatian border with Serbia, where migrants and refugees face growing additional hardship from falling temperatures.
VIDEO: Pope stops car to bless disabled child September 26, 2015
Pope Francis stops his car as it leaves Philadelphia airport to bless a child in a wheelchair.
VIDEO: Bangkok bomb suspect re-enacts attack September 26, 2015
Two suspects in the bombing of the Erawan Shrine in Bangkok, Thailand are forced to re-enact their alleged role in the attack.
VIDEO: Migrants continue to enter Hungary September 26, 2015
More than 8,000 migrants and refugees entered Hungary from Croatia on Friday, according to police figures.
VIDEO: War crimes trial for mausoleum suspect September 26, 2015
A suspected Islamist militant accused of destroying historic monuments in the city of Timbuktu in Mali is to face charges of war crimes.
VIDEO: Switzerland halts diesel VW sales September 26, 2015
Switzerland temporarily bans the sale of some Volkswagen diesel-engine models in the wake of the emissions-rigging scandal in the US.
VIDEO: Greek coastguard: Migrant boats 'unsafe' September 26, 2015
Greek coastguard on Lesbos, Antonios Sofiadelis, explains why so many migrants are dying on a short crossing that should be simple and safe.
VIDEO: Birth simulator helps Zambia midwives September 26, 2015
Nomsa Maseko reports from Zambia, where it is hoped a birth simulator being used to train midwives will translate into lives saved in childbirth.
– 6 NATO SOLDIRS KILLED IN AFGHANISTAN
Just A day after 10 French soldiers were killed near Kabul, Afghanistan’s capital, in a Taliban ambush (see – Kabul 08.19.08 ), six other NATO-ISAF soldiers have been killed, on Wednesday 08/20/2008, in new violence in Afghanistan,
Three of the dead are Canadians, bringing to 93 the number of Canadian soldiers killed there since it sent troops to the war-torn country in 2002. Wednesday’s deaths are the worst one-day toll for Canadians since last year when six soldiers died in an explosion.
The other three dead were Poles killed, on Thursday 08/21/2008, in the province of Ghazni. The three Canadians died when a roadside bomb went off in southern Afghanistan, a Canadian army spokesman said.
There is a Taliban substantial increasing aggression in Afghanistan largely due to the ongoing political crisis in Pakistan.
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