Saturday October 25, 2014, Marysville, Washington
Authorities were seeking a motive on Saturday as to why a high school student in the United States' Washington state shot dead a female classmate and wounded four others in a campus cafeteria before killing himself.
Poland, the country on whose soil Nazi Germany carried out the darkest acts of the Holocaust, is starting to re-connect with its other role in Jewish history, as a home for 1,000 years to one of the world's biggest Jewish communities.
A teenager named Robert Cedar moved to Michigan from Canada and began his sophomore year of high school without knowing a soul, and he remembers well the first student who gave him the time of day. His name was Craig Spencer.
Saturday October 25, 2014, Paju, South Korea
A planned launch of balloons by South Korean activists to send leaflets to North Korea on Saturday with messages critical of its leader turned into a clash with residents of the border area who said the move will threaten peace between the Koreas.
Hundreds of thousands of Ebola vaccine doses could be rolled out to West Africa by mid-2015, the World Health Organization said on Friday, after new cases of the virus were reported in New York and a two-year-old girl died in the first case in Mali.
Ukraine voters will go to the polls on Sunday in elections set to dramatically reshape parliament, after a year of upheavals in which a deadly pro-Russian uprising has threatened to splinter the ex-Soviet state.
Saturday October 25, 2014, New York/Washington
New York and New Jersey will automatically quarantine medical workers returning from Ebola-hit West African countries and the U.S. government is considering the same step after a doctor who treated patients in Guinea came back infected, officials said on Friday.