A Jerusalem program that puts young Jews and Palestinians together, to make films, seeks a Pittsburgh partner.
The decree Saturday came hours after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had voiced regret over the incident.
Tahir Elci, the president of the Diyarbakir Bar Association, and a police officer were killed by gunmen who opened fire at security forces.
President Barack Obama, the leaders of China, Russia and more than 140 other countries will converge on Paris to launch high-stakes talks.
No one claimed responsibility for the attack in the country’s restless north but Islamic extremists are suspected.
Grant Shapps was a key figure in U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron’s general election victory in May.
The capital of this long-chaotic country of 4.8 million exploded in fury nearly two years ago, leaving thousands dead.
Proponents of the so-called Social Credit System say it will help China overcome a multitude of societal ills.
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But Moscow reacts coolly
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Solemn ceremony held two weeks after 130 killed.
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The presidents of the two countries will work together to fight against the Islamic State group.
On his first day in Africa, Pope Francis focused on the recent terrorist attacks and held an interfaith meeting.
Two weeks after the attacks in Paris, France faces a big security challenge, a global mega-conference on climate change.
Turkish officials say they had no reason to apologize.
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Many Britons are wary of entering into another war in the Middle East.
The agency’s chief, Michel Jarraud, said it is likely that the world has now warmed by 1 degree Celsius over pre-industrial times.
Following a blackout in Crimea prompted by an explosion, the two countries have traded punitive measures with little restraint.
Pop brings peace message to Africa amid security fears.
The prime minister said the cut to level 3 -- the same as the rest of the country -- shows the risk of a terror attack “remains serious.”
Russia said Turkey may have planned the downing of one of its warplanes near the Syrian border.
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The AFS Intercultural Program, an international youth exchange organization, each year sends about 13,000 students abroad.
The Blessed Piecemakers of Newlonsburg Presbyterian Church created 103 backpacks for children sponsored by church members.
The merger strategy is under renewed scrutiny by policymakers after Pfizer announced plans Monday to move its tax address to Ireland.
The military is expected to give details on the findings of the investigation at a news conference today.
Meanwhile, prosecutors in Paris revealed that the alleged Nov. 13 ringleader planned to blow himself up in the capital’s largest district.
Government-backed candidate Jovenel Moise will face Jude Celestin, the former head of the state construction company, in a Dec. 27 runoff.
The dispute lays bare the conflict between the former Soviet states amid a separatist war that’s hammered Ukraine’s economy.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called for the recognition of some settlement blocs in exchange for steps to ease tensions.
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Meanwhile, a street cleaner found an explosive vest similar to those used in the Paris attacks on Monday.
Hollande’s trip to Washington was part of a diplomatic push to get the U.S. and other nations to bolster efforts to destroy ISIS.
Crimean activists and Ukrainian nationalists left the peninsula in the dark and Ukraine and Russia headed toward a standoff over the issue.
Nola was euthanized at the San Diego zoo Sunday after an illness from a bacterial infection and age-related health issues worsened.
While multinational companies in certain industries say they investigate allegations of abuse, they rarely share negative findings.
The country plunged into deadly violence after President Pierre Nkurunziza announced in April that he’d seek a third term in office.
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Turkey shot down a Russian jet near its border, marking the first direct clash between foreign powers embroiled in the Syrian civil war.
A travel alert, which is to be in effect until Feb. 24, said information suggests militants continue to plan attacks in multiple regions.
Cristina Fernandez along with her late husband dominated the country’s political scene for 12 years and rewrote its social contract.
Halting peace negotiations have been dragging on between the central government and northern separatist groups for more than two years.
The raids began late Sunday, capping a tense weekend that saw hundreds of troops patrolling and hunting for suspected extremists.
A key location of the Pacific Ocean is now hotter than recorded in at least 25 years.
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The authorities announced early today that 16 people had been arrested in a joint police and military operation.