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A 1967 Jaguar XK-E convertible that was stolen 46 years ago is shown to the media by the U.S. Customs and Protection agency in Carson, Calif., Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014. The car was recovered at the Port of Long Beach by the California Highway Patrol along with four other cars in a container en route to the Netherlands.

46 years later, owner to get stolen Jaguar back

He would think of the car every time he bought a new one

An Australian Federal Police (AFP) officer (L) talks with a suspect who was detained during a raid on a house in western Sydney, in this handout picture courtesy of the AFP September 18, 2014. Intelligence showed that militants connected with radical group Islamic State were planning to behead a member of the public in Australia, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Thursday after hundreds of police raided homes in a sweeping counter-terrorism operation.

Beheading threat prompted raids — Australian PM

Hundreds of police searched homes in Sydney, Brisbane

A plane destroyed by Hurricane Odile sits overturned at Cabo San Lucas airport on
Wednesday. Electricity and water services were still out three days after the hurricane struck.

Hurricane surges off Mexico’s Pacific coast

Storm comes immediately after another wreaked havoc in popular resorts further north

Ex-State Department official Richard Verma with Hillary Clinton.

Obama to name Indian-American as India envoy

Ex-State Department official Richard Verma will be the first Indian-American to do the job

This picture taken on September 18, 2014, in Lamalou-les-Bains, southern France, shows wood pieces and cars stuck under a bridge over the Bitoulet river. Five people died when storms turned a peaceful river that bordered their camping site in southern France into a raging torrent that swept them away, rescue workers said on September 18.

5 die in flood at French camping site

Rescue workers continue to look for missing people








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