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Russian Artillery Units Are Firing at Ukrainian Soldiers, NATO Says

The move marks an escalation in a conflict over a region embroiled in war between Ukraine's central government and pro-Russian separatists


Investigations Chief for New York City Jails Steps Down Amid Rikers Brutality Reports

Florence L. Finkle’s resignation is the first of many staffing changes expected in response to a federal inquiry that found a “culture of violence” at Rikers Island.


Last Ebola-free region of Liberia falls to virus

Every region of Liberia has now been hit by Ebola, officials said Friday, as other affected west African nations scrambled to contain the spread of the killer virus. After seeing people fall to the deadly disease in area after area, Liberia said two people had succumbed to the virus in Sinoe province, the last Ebola-free bastion in a country that has seen the biggest toll with 576 deaths. The virus has spread relentlessly through Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone over the past months, killing 1,350 people since March, and Nigeria has also been affected despite showing some progress in fighting the epidemic. "(Sinoe) was the last area untouched by Ebola," George Williams, head of the Health Workers Association of Liberia, told AFP.


#AskTIME Q & A: Alex Altman

Welcome to TIME’s weekly Q&A series #AskTIME. This week, we’re chatting with Alex Altman, who co-authored this week’s cover story on Ferguson and spent the week there reporting on the ground. We will start posting questions and responses at 1 p.m. EST and stay online for about 30 minutes. We have been gathering reader questions…


National Guard Troops Begin to Leave Ferguson

Soldiers started to pull out of the city, five days after being sent there to quell the unrest that erupted over the fatal shooting of a black teenager by a white police officer.