As many as three suicide bombers may have been involved in the attack on Ataturk airport, the world’s 11th busiest.
Report shows that the U.S. was slow to send help “because of an obsession with hurting the Libyans’ feelings.”
Day says his only reason for not going is concern over transmission of the mosquito-borne virus.
That number grew to $5 billion more than previously reported on the eve of a settlement to be filed today in a San Francisco court.
Israel and Turkey struck a broad reconciliation pact Monday that will restore full diplomatic relations after six years of animosity.
The nation brought forward the selection of its new prime minister by a month in a move expected to help assuage European demands.
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Iraqi government forces Monday accused the retreating militants. Some provincial police, however, blamed the fires on Shiite militias.
Morocco and Spain are also on the five-day itinerary.
Early indications suggest that banking stocks will continue to struggle, say market analysts.
Scotland’s leader threatened to block the move, and the opposition Labour Party’s leader faced a coup attempt from his own legislators.
The declaration gave a major boost to the country’s security and political leadership in its fight against the extremists.
Relations between the former close allies imploded in 2010 following an Israeli naval raid that killed nine Turkish activists.
The Chinese-owned Cosco Shipping Panama went through the Atlantic locks at Agua Clara in the early morning.
The Spanish elections took place three days after the British voted to leave the European Union.
After mass layoffs in the 1970s and ’80s, the once-vibrant port town of Tilbury in southeastern England is one of England’s poorest places.
China on Sunday recovered an experimental probe launched aboard a new generation rocket.
The findings demonstrate a powerful method of carbon storage that could reduce some of the human-caused greenhouse gas emissions.
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Only the lightest elements — helium, lithium and hydrogen — are believed to have existed in the immediate aftermath of the Big Bang.
Over the long term, the lives of the estimated 3 million EU citizens living in Britain may change in ways big and small.
First came the Supreme Court’s action on his immigration plan. Then, the U.K. voted to withdraw from the European Union.
More than 1 million Armenians were massacred a century ago during the final years of the Ottoman Empire.
Gunmen stormed a hotel in Somalia’s seaside capital Saturday, taking guests hostage and “shooting at everyone they could see.”
There are few clues as to how it might end the nation’s political deadlock as officials and investors are reeling from the U.K. referendum.
The Taiwanese president has refused to endorse the concept of a single Chinese nation.
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It’s known as “le Grand K,” and it’s afforded the security and scrutiny befitting such a fancy title.
The current diversity of feathers, fur and scales is part of what made their origins so mystifying to scientists.
That voters chose the more risky path is a sign of a just how frustrated and angry many of them are.
Started in 2010, the event involves the sale, butchering and consumption of thousands of dogs and cats.
Here’s a brief guide to Brexit.
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The prime minister, his voice cracking with emotion, said he would do everything he could to “steady the ship” over the coming months.
The day’s turbulence was accompanied by a chorus of central-bank assurances that policy makers stand ready to intervene.
“Basically they took back their country,” Trump said on Britain’s decision to leave the EU.
Obama had strongly urged that the UK remain in the EU but said in a statement that the people have spoken.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said today Germany has a “special interest” and a “special responsibility” in European unity succeeding.
EU leaders will see Britain quitting as a dangerous precedent and a potentially fatal blow to the European project.
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It is one of the largest cases of corporate deception in the nation’s history.
The voters’ decision to abandon Britain’s decades-old membership in the European Union is expected to jolt markets worldwide.
The heated campaign saw the nation take stock of its place in the modern world.
Voting on a British exit takes place today, and the results are expected early Friday (this evening Eastern time.)
Bogota and FARC guerrillas have reached an agreement on a bilateral cease-fire and the rebels’ disarmament.
The extremists’ stubborn resilience came even as internationally backed forces chip away at their territory.
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At a remote camp of 24,000 displaced people in the city of Bama, an average of six people have died per day.
Billionaire investor George Soros; Hong Kong’s richest man, Li Ka-shing; and soccer celebrity David Beckham earlier rallied behind him.
A cross-border suicide attack killed six members of the Jordanian security forces and wounded 14.