Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for Sept. 17, 2015.
Well, hello there, Pluto! NASA releases images from the dwarf-planet
NASA has released the long-anticipated photos from Pluto taken by New Horizons on July 14, which have just been downloaded. The "breathtaking" views include "majestic icy mountains, streams of frozen nitrogen and haunting low-lying hazes."
[Read more from NASA]
Chilean 8.3-magnitude earthquake is deadly, more than a million evacuated
After an 8.3-magnitude hit northern Chile yesterday, numerous aftershock trembles and small tsunami waves hit flooded costal towns and wreaked devastation. More than one million people were evacuated, eight confirmed dead so far, and thousands will sleep in the streets after their homes were destroyed.
[Read more from CBS News]
U.S. Federal Reserve will not raise interest rates as global economy struggles
The federal government announced Thursday it will not raise federal interest rates this month, citing concerns about the global economy and an unsteady stock market at home. CNN Money reports rates haven't gone up in nearly a decade.
[Read more from Reuters]