U.S. intelligence agencies have told the White House they now have “high confidence” that the Russian government was behind the theft.
It was part of a broader effort to stem the unregulated flow of unaccompanied minors across the southern U.S. border.
Because such massacres are rare, Japan has become overconfident about its safety, a Japanese criminologist said.
The extremists staged attacks near the airport and bases for the United Nations and African Union in Mogadishu.
As fighting deepens nightmarish conditions across Syria, the suspensions have affected delivery of medicine, food and other life-saving aid.
Officials in Ankara insist that Fethullah Gulen had a direct hand in the mutiny led by a faction in the military.
A federal judge gave preliminary approval to the deal that includes an option for owners to have the carmaker buy back their vehicles.
At first, he struggled to control his government and break free of the very elites he initially outmaneuvered.
Primus Pacific Partners said Goldman provided bad advice to one of its clients to help the financial fortunes of Najib Razak.
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A company spokesman said the company would like to continue production, but can’t because key component makers are pulling out.
New Zealand is a nation that takes its birds seriously, and it’s got very special ones.
A surprisingly specific genetic portrait of the ancestor of all living things has been generated by scientists.
It was the extremist group’s first attack against a church in the West, and fulfills longstanding threats against “crusaders.”
The violence, which killed only the bomber but also wounded at least 12 people, was the third mass attack in Bavaria in a week.
The Solar Impulse 2 landed today in Abu Dhabi, where it first took off on an epic 25,000-mile journey that began more than a year ago.
The death toll — higher than in the 1995 sarin gas attack — could make this the worst mass killing in Japan in the post-World War II era.
The report raised particular alarm about the fate of children, who have accounted for nearly one-third of the deaths or injuries.
The promise of overhaul came in the wake of corporate failures including the collapse of retail chain BHS.
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The government issued warrants for the detention of dozens of journalists. Many have had their press credentials revoked.
Colombian health officials say the number of new infections in their country is falling by more than 600 a week.
FBI confirmation came days after WikiLeaks published nearly 20,000 emails that showed its leaders favoring Hillary Clinton Bernie Sanders.
Police arrest a man said to be a former employee at the site after he killed more than a dozen people.
Ali Sonboly, 18, had been treated for depression and paranoia.
The attack killing at least 80 raised fears that the group may be extending its reach beyond Afghanistan’s eastern pockets.
Activists said the air raids began late Saturday night, killing at least five people across Aleppo, including an infant.
Some national security officials have been growing increasingly concerned about possible efforts by Russia to meddle in the election.
Nepal’s prime minister resigned on Sunday shortly before he was to face a confidence vote in parliament that he expected to lose.
Diagnosed as psychotic by his former psychiatrist, he even created a Facebook page with an alter ego as a professor of salsa dancing.
The GOP nominee says he is “looking now at territory” and that he is “talking territory instead of Muslim.”
Thousands of people taken into custody are being held in sports facilities and stables, where some have been beaten and mistreated
Flooding was responsible for 170 deaths and over 2 billion dollars in economic losses in northern China.
The decree will close 1,043 schools, 1,229 charities and foundations, 19 unions, 15 universities and 35 medical institutions.
The Islamic State quickly claimed responsibility for the attack at a traffic circle jammed with demonstrators, according to Afghan media.
Police piecing together a profile of the gunman described him as a lone, depression-plagued killer who read books on mass killings.
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The gunman who shot and killed nine people at a Munich mall was a depression-plagued teenager who avidly read about mass killings.
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In the clinical trial, immune cells will be activated and infused back into patients to fight lung cancer.
Some families of the passengers and crew are angry over the decision to stop what is already the most expensive search in aviation history.
Politics and reluctant financiers are some of the problems that plague the highly-publicized deal.
Turkish officials plan to come to the U.S. next week to push for the extradition of Fethullah Gulen, who is living in the Poconos.
Police said the shootings were a terrorist attack and the shooter died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The aircraft, an AN-32, left the southern port city of Chennai at 8:30 a.m. today, officials said.
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The Federal Police said in a statement that the suspects belonged to a group called the Defenders of Sharia.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May meets with President Francois Hollande in Paris.
Parliament voted 346-115 to approve the national state of emergency.
Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, the 31-year-old Tunisian-born driver of the truck that killed 84, had contemplated an attack as early as 2015.