The attack killed 42 at the Doctors Without Borders facility in October.
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Secret trip comes during time of protests and terror attacks.
Scores dead, including three doctors at destroyed hospital.
Peru and Colombia have banned live animals in circuses.
No criminal charges were filed in connection to U.S. airstrike that killed 42 people at civilian hospital in Kunduz.
The city is one of the main battlegrounds of Syria’s civil war, with a cease-fire that has collapsed and peace talks in Geneva stalled.
The developments raised hopes that he could help investigators trace the pathways of Islamic State fighters thought to be in Europe.
The ruling Workers’ Party will open its 7th congress in Pyongyang on May 6, the official Korean Central News Agency reported Wednesday.
In Caracas, hundreds of angry voters lined up to sign a petition beginning the process of recalling the deeply unpopular president.
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But it is seen as unclear whether Riek Machar’s new role will be enough to quiet the unrest fueled by ethnic and tribal rivalries.
North Korea is reportedly readying a test of an intermediate-range ballistic missile, according to South Korea’s Yonhap news agency.
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The probe could perhaps end decades of official reluctance to confront the military’s killings of hundreds of thousands of people.
He called the nations’ cooperation with one another and the U.S. essential to combating a new wave of economic and security trials.
The completion of the New Safe Confinement could contain the radiation from mankind’s worst nuclear catastrophe for a century.
The ambitious project is meant to help steer the OPEC kingpin sharply away from its decades-long reliance on cheap-to-produce oil.
President Ashraf Ghani’s remarks were viewed as representing a setback for the Obama administration’s hopes of a negotiated settlement.
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A state news agency said shelling that killed 15 people in Aleppo had been carried out by Syria’s al-Qaida affiliate.
He said it’s “indisputable” that such agreements strengthen the economy and make U.S. businesses more competitive worldwide.
Bob Graham, who was co-chairman of the documents’ congressional inquiry, and others say the documents point suspicion at the Saudis.
The fighting broke out in Tuz Khurmatu, an ethnically and religiously mixed tinderbox town that is 120 miles north of Baghdad.
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It is the administration’s latest move seeking to intensify pressure on the Islamic State group.
But analysts said his chances may be hurt by a storm of criticism over a rape joke and offensive remarks against major Western allies.
It was a thinly veiled order to steer clear of new protests against the Egyptian president’s decision to return two islands to Saudi Arabia.
The attacks on an al-Qaida affiliate would be a first for the Saudi-dominated coalition, which had only focused on Yemen’s Shiite rebels.
As Nepalese attended memorial services, minor protests were also held, with demonstrators angry at the slow rate of reconstruction.
At a Pittsburgh forum, a rebel group leader criticized the U.S. for failing to stop a bombing campaign by Sudan President Omar al-Bashir.
The president’s comments came during a meeting with young activists on Saturday in London.
North Korea’s foreign minister also defended the country’s right to maintain a nuclear deterrent.
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As the president has tried to focus U.S. foreign policy more on Asia, Obama aides have watched with concern as European unity has strained.
The president said Britain’s power is amplified by its membership in the 28-nation union, not diminished.
Airstrikes on rebel-held areas of Aleppo killed at least 19 people on Friday, some of the deadliest raids since a truce took effect.
Never have so many countries signed an agreement on the first available day. States that don’t sign Friday have a year to do so.
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India is in the grips of a monstrous pre-monsoon heat wave that has killed more than 160 people in recent weeks.
The president is being told by some to butt out of Britain’s business.
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President announces tax hikes to pay for reconstruction, likely to cost billions of dollars.
Some wounded evacuated from towns as aid convoy reaches area for first time in more than a year.
But obstacles remain in getting to the reduction goals.
During what is perhaps his last visit to the Middle East as president, Mr. Obama huddled privately with Saudi King Salman.
The decision was seen as the first time Iran was being made to feel the sting of its past support for terrorism.
The tragedy ranks among the deadliest in recent years on the often-treacherous sea voyage along the central Mediterranean.
They allow for strikes in some areas even when the bombing risks killing as many as 10 civilians, according to USA Today.
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