ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — Thousands of Pakistani opposition supporters marched toward a fortified zone in the center of Islamabad on Tuesday to press their demands for the resignation of the prime minister.
DONETSK, Ukraine — To outward appearances, Fyodor Berezin is the picture of a senior military commander. He wears camouflage, has bodyguards and confidently gives orders as the newly named deputy defense minister of the separatist Donetsk People's Republic. Yet, just four months ago he was an obscure author of 18 …
LONDON — As West African nations grappled with the worst-ever outbreak of the Ebola virus, the World Health Organization said Tuesday that the death toll had exceeded 1,200 and announced increased efforts to forestall severe food shortages in areas isolated by quarantines.
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IRBIL, Iraq — The Iraqi army launched a fresh offensive Tuesday to recapture the central city of Tikrit, seeking to build on the success of U.S.-backed government forces in seizing Mosul Dam, their first significant defeat of militants from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria this year.