At least 33 were killed when an explosives-laden vehicle targeted a camp housing armed groups in northern Mali.
The first quake, with a preliminary magnitude of 5.3, hit the region north of Amatrice.
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The bank will pay a $3.1 billion civil penalty and provide $4.1 billion in relief to homeowners.
Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari expressed deep sadness and regret at “this regrettable operational mistake.”
Crews completed a deep-sea search of a desolate stretch of the Indian Ocean without finding a trace of the plane or the 239 people aboard.
PM Theresa May says Britain’s Parliament will be able to vote on the final divorce deal reached between the U.K. and European Union.
Putin described a dossier on Trump as part of efforts by Obama's administration to "undermine the legitimacy of the president-elect."
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The president-elect made stinging comments on everything from NATO and German cars to the crumbling of the EU itself.
The cause of the crash was not immediately clear. It was foggy at Manas when the plane came down but weather conditions were not critical.
William Perry, who served under Bill Clinton, worries that the use of nuclear weapons is more likely now than during the Cold War.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates is the richest individual with a net worth of $75 billion.
The suspect was caught in a special operations police raid on a house in a housing complex in Istanbul's Esenyurt district.
Police say five people died and 15 were wounded at a nightclub in the Caribbean coast resort of Playa del Carmen.
It is a major step in the massive operation to retake the Islamic State held city of Mosul.
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The move is a show of goodwill toward the government of longtime Sudanese leader Omar al-Bashir.
In 2015, killings peaked at 104 per 100,000 residents, the highest rate for any nation not in open war that year.
Washington had encouraged Britain and France to move forward on a resolution that would sanction Damascus and the Islamic State group.
Dozens of countries urged both sides to “officially restate their commitment to the two-state solution.”
But Iraqi forces still face the formidable task of defeating Islamic State forces in the western section of Mosul.
Donald Trump talked tough on China during his presidential run, blaming the country for the loss of American jobs.
Russian government is trying to hold down expectations about a new relationship with the United States.
The trip exonerated Secretary of State John Kerry from the attacks on his war record opponents raised when he ran for president in 2004.
John F. Kerry will spend his last hours in office negotiating a consensus document on how Israelis and Palestinians can live side by side.
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Tillerson said China’s efforts to build islands in the sea and to equip some with military equipment were illegal.
A Trump official said late Friday that the transition team was aware of one call on the day President Barack Obama imposed sanctions.
Mr. Kerry urged Vietnam to continue to embrace the principles underlying globalized trade.
Many are anxious over attacks targeting Jews and others, but some welcome his stance on Israel and cite Trump’s Jewish family ties.
Many Facebook users took to another social media platform — Twitter — to vent their frustrations.
On Wednesday, Christopher Steele was named as the former M16 agent behind the 35-page packet making explosive allegations.
The probe followed claims that civilian deaths resulted from airstrikes called in to support Afghan and U.S. forces.
The Environmental Protection Agency issued a “notice of violation” to the company that covers about 104,000 vehicles.
The foreign ministers of Britain, Greece and Turkey met in Geneva on Thursday with Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot leaders.
The “wet foot, dry foot” policy allows any Cuban who makes it to U.S. soil to stay and become a legal resident.
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In total, 80,000 people either left voluntarily or were deported. At the same time, arrivals declined sharply.
Technically, they’re the Seal Team 6 of dolphins, specially trained by the U.S. Navy to detect undersea mines and such.
The changes are part of Vision 2030, the blueprint for a post-oil economy dropped in April by Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
That penalty is by far the biggest fine ever levied by the U.S. government against an automaker.
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In southern Afghanistan, another attack at a guesthouse belonging to the governor of Kandahar province killed five people.
Hours earlier, a subcommittee released findings alleging that the site knowingly edited out evidence of child sex trafficking.
Michael Chamberlain fought for decades to prove to the world that the animal was responsible for his daughter’s disappearance.
An Afghan official says two large bombings in the capital have wounded at least 50 people.
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The arrest came as U.S. prosecutors were planning to charge high-level Volkswagen executives based in Germany in the scandal