But the president said, “There shouldn’t be a panic on this.”
Tens of thousands of Syrians are fleeing a crushing wave of Russian airstrikes and government ground forces advancing toward the frontier.
Two trains crashed on the single line in Bavaria, and that several wagons overturned. Fifty of those hurt have serious injuries.
The program sought to offer free access to a limited version of the social network and other Internet services.
The plan drew praise from the White House and criticism from environmentalists who said they are too weak to actually slow global warming.
U.S. officials have said that while in custody, Ms. Mueller was repeatedly forced to have sex with Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of IS.
He refused to remove his turban during a security check.
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Sunday’s launch underscored the limited impact U.S. pressure and U.N. sanctions have had on curbing Pyongyang’s nuclear ambitions.
Authorities believe 119 people are buried deep under many layers of rubble. Authorities said that 32 bodies had been recovered.
The country is facing mounting pressure to open its border to tens of thousands of Syrians who have fled a government onslaught.
He left office amid political tension and an electoral crisis that underscored how Haiti has struggled to maintain democratic order.
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The findings may shed light on this social contagion and on the differences in empathetic capacity between women and men.
According to a new study, the problem dates back to the mid-20th century when Asian honeybees were introduced to Europe.
The launch came about two hours after an eight-day launch window opened this morning and was condemned by the U.S. and its allies.
The public blowup could undermine confidence in Pope Francis’ efforts to rebuild the Catholic Church’s credibility on the child abuse issue.
Thousands are fleeing in the face of a Syrian government onslaught that could overrun rebel-held positions near Aleppo.
The recommended changes would once more expand the scope of U.S. military activities in Afghanistan from a chiefly advisory role.
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The meeting between the pope and Patriarch Kirill will be the first ever between the leaders of the Catholic and Russian Orthodox churches.
Turkey, an ally of the Syrian opposition, promised humanitarian help for the displaced civilians, including food and shelter.
Algerian couple who applied for asylum as refugees were arrested.
Three were killed and some are still missing in collapsed 17-story building.
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Nearly 340 people were rescued from the rubble in Tainan, the city hit worst by the quake.
“The situation in Syria is as close to hell as we are likely to find on this Earth,” said United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
The president said he planned to ask Congress for some $450 million in U.S. assistance for Colombia in his final budget.
Mohammed’s killing was carried out in revenge for the abduction and murder of three Israeli teens earlier that summer.
In Carnival, hundreds of thousands of revelers take to the streets and pubs of the ancient German city for five days of boisterous partying.
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Also on Wednesday, Syrian government forces, backed by Russian airstrikes, blasted their way into two Shiite villages in the north.
But the fate of one of President Barack Obama’s signature economic projects remained fraught on Capitol Hill.
The concern now is that the extremist group al-Shabab may be practicing more sophisticated killing tactics.
The South’s rhetoric about unspecified harsh consequences comes less than a month after North Korea’s defiant fourth nuclear test.
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The Afghan government last year paraded Wasil Ahmad in front of cameras in a borrowed police uniform too big for him.
Are Indians racists? The question appeared to dominate social media and prime-time TV shows in the country Wednesday.
The draft proposal includes a way to restrict the payment of benefits to foreign workers.
Meanwhile, in what was seen as a goodwill gesture, the Syrian government allowed aid into a rebel-held area near Damascus on Tuesday.
It will allow firms like Facebook and Apple to continue sending people’s information across the Atlantic, but a legal challenge is expected.
Three hundred muftis, theologians and scholars cited the Charter of Medina, established by the Prophet Muhammad after he fled to Medina.
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The action paves the way for the mobilization of more funding and manpower to fight the mosquito-borne virus spreading through the Americas.
The president plans to substantially increase the deployment of heavy weapons, armored vehicles and other equipment to NATO countries.
It was seen as a symbolic but critical milestone in the country’s fragile transition to democracy.
The British scientists won’t be creating babies — the modified embryos will be destroyed after seven days.
“Internal closures” were common during the Palestinian uprising that ended a decade ago, but have been rarely used in recent years.
One cease-fire violation included an episode in which government forces were responsible for the deaths of 50 people from suffocation.
Roger Gower was flying low over a wildlife reserve near the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania on Friday, searching for poaching.