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Investigators of the Germanwings crash that killed 150 believe a rogue co-pilot locked out his colleague.
Also, German prosecutors say they found evidence that Andreas Lubitz appears to have hidden evidence of an illness from his employers.
Some scholars questioned the image of Richard that has come down through the centuries: a hideous, bloodstained villain.
Fears are grouping that there could be a disruption to oil supplies,and that conflict could lead to a wider sectarian war.
Too great or abrupt a withdrawal by militia forces, analysts said, could complicate the entire Iraqi counteroffensive.
The report does not specify the country where the parties occurred, but an official familiar with the matter identified it as Colombia.
Plus: Netanyahu chided; Prince Charles letters; arrests in nun’s rape; and more.
U.S. air coalition has joined the fight alongside Iranian-backed Shiite militias and Iraqi security forces to recapture the city of Tikrit.
U.S. officials say secret intelligence files held by Yemeni security forces have been looted by Iran-backed militias.
Plus: Pakistan offensive; cybercrime targeted; oligarch dismissed; BBC axes Clarkson; Chinese fugitives in U.S.
The conclusions were based on cockpit flight recordings recovered from the wreckage the Germanwings passenger jet.
Evidence from a cockpit voice recorder indicated that one pilot left the cockpit before the plane’s descent and was unable to get back in.
The United States will maintain 9,800 troops in Afghanistan through the end of the year.
Failure by Iran to comply with IAEA demands would undermine its efforts to win the lifting of U.N. sanctions.
Plus: Fight for Tikrit evolves; Saudi Arabia shifts military; Indian online law ends; and more.
The Airbus from a German budget airline crashed in an alpine skiing and hiking region, hard for rescue services to reach.
A meeting of Pentagon and State Department leaders with the Afghan president helped to reset relations between the two nations.
Saudi Arabia said it would take “necessary” step to stabilize Yemen if peace talks fail to remedy conflict there.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu apologized Monday to Israeli Arabs for seemingly disparaging remarks about them,
Hard-liners in Iran of late have been notably silent about the negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program.
Plus: Massive asteroid impact; Okinawa project friction; Tsipras, Merkel meet; Libya fighting rages
Shiite rebels took over Taiz, which sparked local protests.
New labeling on the world’s most popular weed killer is raising more questions for an aerial spraying program in Colombia.
Athens is seeking to turn the tables on its single biggest paymaster. Who, the Greeks are asking, truly owes whom?
In a rare sight, Farkhunda’s coffin was carried to the grave site in north Kabul’s Khair Khana neighborhood by a dozen women.
PLUS: U.S. doubting Netanyahu, U.N. ends Uber partnership, Tunisia fighting terrorism.
Four years after the Japanese nuclear disaster, U.S. nuclear operators have stepped up plant modifications and altered their philosophy.
The group said that the approximately 100 personnel had participated in efforts to defeat it in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and elsewhere.
The new Catholic bishop, Juan Barros, is accused of complicity in a notorious case of clerical sexual abuse.
The president makes his first public comments on the matter since Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s victory in Tuesday’s elections.
The journey of a young man from Minneapolis to a soldier on the front lines of the Islamic State is a chilling tale.
Pedro Aguayo Ramirez, known as Hijo del Perro Aguayo, fell unconscious on the ropes, apparently after receiving a flying kick.
Pope Francis urges residents to stand firm against organized crime.
U.N. Security Council to meet today to discuss situation in Yemen.
Plus: Museum-raid arrests; assassination plot foiled; talks focus on North Korea; coke shipment seized.
Iran nuclear pact talks broke off for five days in deference to the funeral for the Iranian president’s mother.
Iraqi military’s prospective assault to oust the Islamic State militants from Tikrit bogs down three weeks on.
Plus: Boehner to visit Israel; scores of corpses found; call for currency union; and more.
The attacks on mosques used by supporters of the Shiite Muslim Houthi fighters were the deadliest in a yearslong campaign of violence.
The two-month delay, some argue, may have cost lives.
Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu reversed his election campaign declaration against an independent Palestinian state.
U.S. officials told Congress that some constraints on Tehran would continue indefinitely in any possible pact.
Attack on Aden’s international airport and bombing of presidential palace there signal Yemen’s civil strife has not yet ended.
Plus: Lifting Russia sanctions; Afghan police chief killed; Lost Malaysian jet; Japan, China hold talks
Anti-austerity unionized workers and protesters rallied violently in Frankfurt at the new headquarters of the ECB.
Serbian prosecutors, working with Bosnian counterparts, have arrested eight men suspected of direct participation in the massacre.
Hundreds of Tunisians rallied Thursday to proclaim their solidarity with the victims and with Tunisia's fledgling democracy.
PLUS: Leaflets dropped on Mosul; U.N. peacekeeping forces; Comedian found guilty.
The election was widely seen as a referendum on Netanyahu, who has governed the country for the past six years.
Two gunmen were killed, but Prime Minister Habib Essid said a manhunt was on for at least two or three others.