Around the World in 60 Seconds: Today's top stories


Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for Sept. 21, 2015.

Mom's boyfriend believed Bella Bond, aka 'Baby Doe,' was possessed

New details on the case of Bella Bond, whose identity was confirmed last week months after her body was found on a Boston beach, emerged Monday during a bail hearing. Prosecutors say Michael McCarthy, boyfriend of the girl's mother, Rachelle Bond, believed the girl to be possessed and killed her because "it was her time to die."

[Read more from CNN]

Secret Service apologizes after disrupting candlelight vigil for sick children

Secret Service Director Joseph Clancy admits the agency mishandled a candlelight vigil in Washington, D.C., on Saturday night, when agents and police barred hundreds of children sick with cancer from gathering near the White House. He issued an apology and offered to review Secret Service policies.

[Read more from the Washington Post]

Hungary OKs non-lethal force against immigrants

To address the continuing influx of immigrants from war-torn Middle Eastern countries, the Hungarian parliament has given the military the green light to use rubber bullets, tear gas and other non-lethal means to secure its borders against refugees. They've also reportedly published newspaper ads in Lebanon warning people not to enter the country.

[Read more from Reuters]

Report: Apple electric car coming

Will the iPhone and iPad be followed by the iCar? Apple is reportedly getting serious about building an electric car. "Project Titan" is aiming for a "ship date" of 2019.

[Read more from the Wall Street Journal]

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