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Updated at 10:52 AM

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) " Iran's top leader on Tuesday called for vigilance in ensuring that world powers meet their commitments under a newly implemented nuclear deal while expressing "pessimism" about U.S. intentions, state media reported.

Updated at 10:51 AM

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) " A young woman in a remote northern region of Afghanistan had her nose cut off by her husband, officials in the region said on Tuesday.

Updated at 10:41 AM

HONOLULU (AP) " Teams searching the waters off Hawaii where two Marine helicopters crashed have had no luck so far in their hunt for 12 missing crew members.

Updated at 10:25 AM

JERUSALEM (AP) " The Israeli military said Tuesday it captured the Palestinian suspected of killing an Israeli mother of six in a West Bank settlement as the prime minister visited the woman's family and vowed a tough response.

Updated at 10:24 AM

BEIJING (AP) " China's slowdown is ratcheting up financial stress on companies while the country's leaders scramble to avoid a spike in job losses. Full-year 2015 growth of 6.9 percent was the lowest in 25 years, posing different challenges for...

Updated at 10:12 AM

BAGHDAD (AP) " At least 18,802 civilians were killed and another 36,245 were wounded in Iraq between the start of 2014 and Oct. 31 of last year as Iraqi forces battled the Islamic State group, according to a U.N. report released Tuesday.

Updated at 10:07 AM

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) " Twitter Inc. was only sporadically available to users on Tuesday, suffering technical problems that have lasted more than two hours.

Updated at 8:42 AM

PARIS (AP) " Fire engulfed the top floor of Paris' Ritz Carlton hotel on Tuesday, burning out of control for hours in one of the city's most storied plazas.

Updated at 8:18 AM

TOKYO (AP) " The star of an Oscar-winning documentary "The Cove," about a dolphin-killing village in Japan, was detained Tuesday by immigration authorities at Tokyo's Narita international airport.

Updated at 8:00 AM

WASHINGTON (AP) " The amount of man-made heat energy absorbed by the seas has doubled since 1997, a new study says.

Updated at 7:52 AM

WASHINGTON (AP) " It's cold season, and the miserable continue to trudge in, seeking antibiotics because of mucus turned green, or a cough that has nagged for weeks.

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