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Representatives are traveling to China to explore tourism and educational opportunities with the goal of building eventual airline service.
The bodies of Michael Sharp of Westmoreland County, Swedish national Zaida Catalan and their interpreter were found in a shallow grave.
Anti-EU politicians saluted Wednesday as the day Britain regained its sovereignty from Brussels bureaucrats.
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The California Republican said the intelligence committee would not interview more witnesses until two spy chiefs return to Capitol Hill.
The storm made landfall near Airlie Beach, a tourist resort and gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, at midday with wind gusts up to 162 mph.
But Lt. Gen. Stephen Townsend indicated that a probe would also examine whether the attack set off a blast from explosives set by militants.
President Donald Trump is proposing immediate budget cuts of $18 billion to cover down payment on border wall.
Parliament voted 69-59 to allow First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to request the legal means to hold the plebiscite by spring 2019.
The Democrats say Mr. Nunes, who served on the Trump transition team, is simply too close to the White House to run an independent inquiry.
European stock markets traded in fairly narrow ranges Tuesday.
Dominique traveled more than 5,000 miles in February from Ivory Coast in West Africa to Chicago to undergo the operation.
For the first time in memory, there is a very real possibility of famines in Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria and Yemen breaking out at once
“Is there anyone who thinks that North Korea would ban nuclear weapons?” said Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the U.N.
Debbie’s sustained winds reportedly reached 109 miles per hour with gusts up to 155 mph at its “very destructive core.”
The deployment includes two Army infantry companies and one platoon equipped to clear away roadside bombs.
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The death of a 43-year-old delivery van driver in Syria with no known political connections could easily have faded into obscurity.
“This scoundrel... should have taken flowers to the graves of the victims,” says the mayor of Medellin, Colombia.
South Korean prosecutors say they want to arrest former President Park Geun-hye over corruption allegations.
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It was the biggest show of defiance since a 2011-2012 wave of demonstrations led to harsh laws aimed at suppressing dissent.
China’s leaders had lobbied heavily behind the scenes for the 59-year-old Carrie Lam, who will become Hong Kong’s first female leader.
The Trump administration is in the midst of a larger review of overall Yemen policy that is not expected to be completed until next month.
Allegations that inspectors were bribed to approve the sale of tainted meat dealt a blow to Brazil’s agricultural industry.
Hamas closed its only civilian border crossing with Israel on Sunday, and Israeli troops were on high alert.
The militants said coalition airstrikes had weakened the Tabqa Dam and that the water level behind the dam was rising.
North Korea, a country that is cut off from much of the globe, is increasingly trying to use its cyberattack abilities to bring in cash.
Saturday was the 60th anniversary of the day the bloc’s foundations were laid, but leaders said they face many challenges.
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The embassy said the attacker, born in Britain, taught English in Saudi Arabia twice, with legitimate work visas both times.
The incident would mark the greatest loss of civilians since the U.S. began strikes on Islamic State targets in Iraq and Syria in 2014.
The agent, identified as Pavel Parshov, was wounded by a bodyguard for the former lawmaker and died in the hospital.
Nine people were in custody and being questioned as part of the investigation into the assailant, officials said.
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A senior Ukrainian official says the killer of Kremlin critic Denis Voronenkov, who was gunned down in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev, was a
Rep. Devin Nunes also said he has requested FBI's James Comey and the NSA director, Admiral Michael Rogers, to brief the panel.
Police said that nine people were in custody as part of the investigation into the assailant, identified as Khalid Masood.
Mubarak, 88, was taken from the Maadi Military Hospital in southern Cairo, where he had been living under guard.
He was the first of President Donald Trump’s selected foreign emissaries to take his post.
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Denis Voronenkov, who had testified to Ukrainian investigators and criticized Russian policies, was shot dead by an unidentified gunman.
The morning after a terrorist killed three people in an attack outside Parliament, they were determined to show that Blitz Spirit again.
Reuters was reporting that one person has been detained.
U.S. Treasury agents obtained information about offshore financial transactions involving Paul Manafort.
Israeli police say they have arrested a 19-year-old Israeli Jewish man as the primary suspect in a string of bomb threats.
British police say they have conducted major raids and arrested seven people in connection with the attack outside Parliament.
More British and later American Marines died in Sangin than in any of Afghanistan’s roughly 400 other districts.
An attack outside the Houses of Parliament left four people dead and dozens more injured.