- Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto is praising President Barack Obama's executive orders granting new rights to millions of people living illegally in the United States, calling it "an act of justice."
- Burkina Faso's interim president says he will allow investigations to be conducted on the remains of Thomas Sankara, a former president whose death nearly 30 years ago during a coup has never been fully explained.
- Security forces in Togo used rubber bullets and tear gas to disperse thousands of demonstrators calling for term limits that would bar President Faure Gnassingbe from running for a third term next year.
- U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry canceled plans Friday to pull back from talks with Iran about the country's nuclear program - a shift that suggested some hope of movement on the protracted negotiations.
- Mexico City is bracing for demonstrations as caravans of students and family members of 43 missing college students converge on the capital after several days crisscrossing the country.
- The head of the World Health Organization is refusing to respond to criticism about the U.N. agency's performance in containing the Ebola outbreak, saying the focus now should be on helping countries contain it.
- The judge and prosecutor behind FIFA's World Cup bid corruption investigation will meet Thursday in an effort to repair their relations and restore the reputation of a case seemingly in disarray.
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