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Updated at 11:44 AM

LONDON (AP) " A trove of Viking jewelry and Saxon coins unearthed by an amateur treasure-hunter in a farmer's field may help rescue an English king from obscurity.

Updated at 11:44 AM

LONDON (AP) " Britain's Home Office has reported a substantial rise in the number of terrorism-related arrests so far in 2015.

Updated at 11:40 AM

OSLO, Norway (AP) " The Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet, which helped build democracy in the country after the 2011 revolution, has received the Nobel Peace Prize.

Updated at 11:39 AM

WASHINGTON (AP) " Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Thursday won the endorsement of a union representing federal workers, adding to her labor advantage over rival Bernie Sanders.

Updated at 11:32 AM

WASHINGTON (AP) " Republican Donald Trump has scrapped a planned trip to Israel, saying he will reschedule "at a later date after I become President of the U.S."

Updated at 11:30 AM

LE BOURGET, France (AP) " Talks in Saudi Arabia between various Syrian opposition factions have been "very constructive," but it's too soon to lock in a new international diplomatic meeting to begin a U.N.-led political process aimed at ending...

Updated at 11:27 AM

MOSCOW (AP) " The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe says its observers still witness fighting and the use of banned weapons in eastern Ukraine.

Updated at 11:25 AM

GENEVA (AP) " Geneva police were "actively searching" for suspects in connection with an investigation into the Paris attacks last month, Swiss security officials said Thursday.

Updated at 11:20 AM

JOHANNESBURG (AP) " South Africa's currency dipped to an unprecedented low against the U.S. dollar after the country's finance minister was suddenly fired.

Updated at 11:06 AM

EDGEWATER, Fla. (AP) " A man who authorities say was growing marijuana in a central Florida storage unit panicked when he heard a police helicopter hovering nearby and called 911 to surrender.

Updated at 10:59 AM

SYDNEY (AP) " A teenager and four men were charged Thursday with planning a "terrorist" attack on an Australian government building, part of an ongoing investigation into the alleged plot, police said.

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