International

(Undated) -- The president of the World Bank is appealing to healthcare workers to help contain the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. During a visit to Ethiopia, Jim Yong Kim said at least five thousand healthcare workers are needed to stop the spread of the disease. Kim blames the...
(Ottawa) -- Secretary of State John Kerry is in Ottawa to express America's solidarity with Canada. He will also express official condolences for the deaths of two Canadian soldiers last week. The two soldiers were killed in separate incidents that Canadian officials have linked...
(Moscow) -- Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says Russia will recognize the results of upcoming separatist elections in eastern Ukraine. Jake Rashbass reports. Play Clip
(London) -- Funding has been confirmed for a supercomputer to help Britain with weather forecasting and climate modeling. The computer will cost 157-million dollars and will be built in 2015. Natalie Powell reports. Play Clip
(Undated) -- ISIS strongholds in Iraq and Syria are once again being hammered by U.S.-led airstrikes. Coalition forces launched several strikes today near the Syrian city of Kobani. Four others hit targets near Iraq's Mosul Dam and two were launched near Fallujah, taking out a...
(Pretoria) -- Prosecutors say they'll appeal the verdict and sentence for South African track star Oscar Pistorius. The Paralympic and Olympic sprinter was sentenced to five years in prison last week for shooting his girlfriend to death. The judge found the double-amputee...
(Ontario) -- Canadians are saying goodbye to the solder who was senselessly murdered by a lone wolf extremist. Corporal Nathan Cirillo is being laid to rest today. Prime Minister Stephen Harper is among the many mourners expected to pack an Ontario cathedral to pay their...
(Washington, DC) -- White House spokesman Josh Earnest is criticizing officials for treatment of a healthcare worker in New Jersey. Kaci Hickox recently returned to the U.S. from West Africa, where she had been treating Ebola patients. She was placed in a tent at a Newark...
(Washington, DC) -- The Army is isolating roughly a dozen soldiers at a base in Italy after they spent time in West Africa. There are several hundred U.S. forces helping West African nations deal with the Ebola crisis and up to four-thousand could be deployed in coming weeks and...