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The princess is the second child of Prince William and his wife, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge.
For once, neither side denied that the sessions were taking place.
Community leaders and residents of central Plateau state say the killings were to avenge the deaths of six soldiers.
Officials of aid organizations and Western governments have been grumbling about Nepal’s government since the earthquake struck April 25.
The recoveries come as part of one of the biggest rescue operations this year.
Polls show that the Scottish National Party will win the majority of Scottish constituencies in the British general election Thursday.
No one before has attempted a solar-powered flight over such a large expanse of ocean — 5,070 miles.
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An anti-racism protest descended into one of the most violent demonstrations in Israel’s commercial capital in years.
Surya Prasad Upadhaya, a government administrator, says two men and a woman had been pulled from the rubble near Syauli village.
Striking a balance between energizing the party’s conservative base and attracting new voters through modernizing efforts is far from easy.
The surprise IS advance came despite U.S.-led aerial bombardment of IS positions in central Iraqi city of Baiji, which includes the
The attack was captured by mobile phone video and distributed online.
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The royal baby, fourth in line to the throne, weighs 8 pounds 3 ounces. The announcement was greeted by cheers outside the hospital.
The poison pill could help Mylan thwart a hostile, $43 billion takeover bid from Israeli drugmaker Teva Pharmaceutical Industries.
Town crier Tony Appleton took to the steps Saturday outside London’s St. Mary’s Hospital to loudly proclaim the birth of Britain’s princess.
Also, Saudi-led airstrikes continued to bomb rebel positions inside Yemen on Friday.
The Obama administration wants to persuade Arab allies this month at a Camp David that the United States has their backs.
At least 250 people were detained, according to the Istanbul Bar Association.
The uproar shaking the halls of power here could aptly be titled, “NSA Scandal II, the Sequel.”
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The last U.S. Marines to depart the Vietnam war from the U.S. Embassy roof in Saigon recall the helicopter chaos.
Two survivors, a teen boy and a young woman, are rescued in Kathmandu five days after the quake that devastated Nepal.
Navy ships are accompanying U.S.-flagged cargo vessels and may join refueling tankers passing through the Strait of Hormuz.
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A vigil in Pittsburgh’s Market Square for victims of the earthquake in Nepal drew comments from residents with family members there.
Hundreds cheered as 18-year-old Pemba Tamang was pulled out of the wreckage.
Police began surveillance after the couple bought large quantities of chemicals that could be used to make home-made bombs.
The 79-year-old king promoted the two princes most responsible for the kingdom’s security into the line of succession.
Administration officials have insisted that the troops’ role is relegated to counterterrorism.
But after days of complaints, a somewhat stronger presence of foreign search and rescue teams and assistance convoys was evident.
UPMC will act as co-manager of the Oncology Institute at the Hospital International de Colombia and provide visiting staff from Pittsburgh.
The foreign minister said the U.S. will isolate itself if lawmakers act to nullify a nuclear deal the White House is working to finalize.
The prime minister faced a Congress divided by President Barack Obama’s drive to obtain fast-track negotiating authority.
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Thousands of people have died as a result of Saturday’s earthquake. Now the country is witnessing the destruction of much of its heritage.
President Barack Obama’s remarks came a day after the United States and Japan announced a revised defense agreement.
The episode threatened already fragile negotiations over reining in Iran’s nuclear ambitions, but U.S. officials played down its
But none of the hostages was a schoolgirl kidnapped by Boko Haram more than a year ago from Chibok.
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Two Nepalese workers at Kobold Expedition Tools, a watch company based in Lawrence County, have not yet been located.
International aid has begun arriving in the Himalayan nation three days after Saturday’s 7.9-magnitude quake, but disbursement is slow.
The former guidelines were geared specifically toward the defense of Japan, but the new rules eliminate any geographic restrictions.
The statement is in contrast to the police report, which said 13 civilians were killed during fighting with members of a Christian group.
Sam Rest and his small group of five had trekked to base camp and were halfway back when a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck 85 miles away.
Heat waves and heavy storms are occurring four times more often than they did before carbon pollution started driving up thermometers.
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Aid workers and officials in remote, shattered villages near the epicenter pleaded Monday for food, shelter and medicine.