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At least 200 recovered corpses have been sent by refrigerated rail car to a northern Ukrainian city, en route to the Netherlands.
FAA says suspension could last 24 hours, despite tourist season.
New research shows victim numbers are twice as high as previously thought.
Home secretary says investigators will explore whether Russian leaders had role in fatal poisoning eight years ago.
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Russia presented a combination of conciliation and bluster Monday over its handling of the downed Malaysia Airlines jet.
Israeli officials are struggling with a more distilled version of the dilemma it has faced in repeated rounds against Hamas.
Broader investigator access to site of downed Malaysian jet is promised after days of resistance.
Demonstrations were mostly peaceful expressions, but some were with an anti-Semitic tinge, in support of Palestinians.
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At least 60 Palestinians and 13 Israeli soldiers and officers were killed in Shejaiya, an eastern neighborhood of Gaza City.
Secretary of State John Kerry accused Russia of providing SA-11 antiaircraft missiles and training to the Ukrainian pro-Russian rebels.
Most people living with the HIV live in sub-Saharan Africa.
Israel’s High Court of Justice ruled Sunday that the state is not obligated to provide bomb shelters to the Bedouin.
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Ukraine officials say they have photographs of Russian anti-aircraft systems being taken back across the border into Russia.
The warnings included a report to the Homeland Security prepared at its request by researchers from the University of Texas at El Paso.
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The attack is blamed on Boko Haram, whose members have conducted nearly 100 attacks, resulting in over 2,000 deaths so far this year.
Fighting between Hamas and the Israelis is now in its 12th day, with Palestinian casualties over 300 dead.
Now Mexico finds itself whipsawing between compassion and crackdown as it struggles to cope with thousands of immigrants.
Batteries on mobile vehicles such as that suspected in the Malaysian jet downing were part of that training, according to U.S. officials.
More than 100 on board were bound for an international HIV conference.
Ukraine officials trying to negotiate safe passage for investigators.
Extension became necessary once it became clear that negotiation deadline Sunday would not bring a breakthrough.
As artillery pounds buildings, soldiers and tanks fan out, clashing with Hamas and seeking militants‘ border-infiltration tunnels.
Tensions, phone calls and unlikely friendships blend as teens from countries at war try to get along.
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The president noted that it wasn't the first time Russian-backed separatists had shot down planes in the region.
Investigators face formidable obstacles in deciphering a disaster scene spread over 8 square miles of contested ground in eastern Ukraine.
Here are five prior incidents of civilian planes being knocked out of the air.
Air route is primary aviation pathway from Europe‘s capital to Asia’s major metropolises.
In a little more than four months, Malaysia Airlines reckons with the mystery of a disappearing jetliner and now has another shot down.
Commanders and government say 120 Iranian Revolutionary Guard advisers aid in Baghdad‘s battle with Sunni militants.
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Ukraine accused pro-Russian separatists of shooting down a Malaysian jetliner killing 298 people.
It’s the first major Israeli ground offensive in Gaza in just over five years.
The Russians are the only ones seriously considering that Ukrainians shot down the Malaysia Airlines jetliner.
Greek police on Wednesday shot and wounded one of Greece's most wanted guerrilla group members.
It said Netherlands‘ team of U.N. peacekeepers failed to prevent deaths in Europe’s worst ethnically motivated mass murder since WW II.
Economic penalties were coordinated with the European Union, which announced less stringent retribution.
But despite “humanitarian window,” Israel says ground invasion in Gaza is still likely.
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Hundreds gathered at the Jewish Community Center in Squirrel Hill on Tuesday evening to mobilize political support for Israel.
Russian officials quick to rule out terrorism, but accident cause is undetermined.
Ukraine prosecutor‘s office collecting evidence of Russia’s role in airstrike, but separatists blame Kiev government.
A sport utility vehicle packed with explosives detonated in an eastern Afghanistan market Tuesday.
Hamas rejects Egypt‘s cease-fire terms, and Israel authorizes military’s ‘“full force” against militants.
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