Older Cuban-Americans in the state have expressed disdain for the Obama administration’s decision to open relations with Cuba.
The London-based advocacy group said the actions by government forces have killed as many as 250 people in the past eight months.
Secretary of State John Kerry had pushed the Russian and Syrian militaries stopped bombing the rebel-held districts of Aleppo.
The exchange came after an attack earlier this month on an Indian military base, and escalated tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbors.
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The White House said Wednesday night that President Obama will lead a U.S. delegation to Jerusalem to attend Mr. Peres’ funeral Friday.
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The warning signaled growing frustration in the Obama administration at what it sees as a widening Russian effort to prop up Bashar Assad.
A Dutch-led investigation says a powerful surface-to-air missile system was trucked in from Russia.
The Pentagon said the increase of 615 service members will bring the official number of U.S. troops in Iraq to 5,262.
The goal was to prevent the child from inheriting a fatal genetic disease from his mother, who had previously lost children to the illness.
The findings challenge Moscow's suggestion that Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was brought down by the Ukrainian military.
He was one of the last surviving pillars of Israel’s founding generation.
The new report is another sign that atmospheric pollution is a significant threat to global public health.
With international diplomacy in tatters, the Syrian government and its Russian allies are seizing the moment.
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Following a raid that killed 18 Indian soldiers at a Kashmir army base, some commentators bayed for a thundering strike against Pakistan.
Megi’s bands of heavy rain and sustained winds of 100 miles per hour blanketed the island by midafternoon.
Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem also said the government is prepared to take part in a unity government.
The ceremony was meant to promote their agreement to end the country’s 52-year armed conflict.
Also on Monday, the Treasury Department blacklisted the same firm, Dandong Hongxiang Industrial Development Company.
El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala are three of the most violent nations in the world.
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The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope began searching for signals from stars and galaxies and, perhaps, extraterrestrial life.
They allege that Indivior tried to keep cheaper, generic versions of Suboxone off the market.
The population of 1.5 million long-settled, registered refugees has been given six months to leave.
Residents have described the latest onslaught as the heaviest air bombardment of the 5½-year civil war.
The great majority of the casualties were inflicted in airstrikes by a coalition led by Saudi Arabia.
And even now, Ms. Clinton faces lingering doubts about the sincerity of her proposals to rein in Wall Street behavior—an idea she rejects.
The United Nations said that nearly 2 million people in Aleppo, Syria’s largest city and onetime commercial center, lack running water.
Mr. Corbyn, who has been described as “Britain’s Bernie Sanders,” proved once again he is overwhelmingly popular with the party’s grass
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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney said Friday there is footage from at least one police body camera and one dashboard camera.
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Rescue workers shared numerous videos of men digging children out of piles of debris and entire neighborhoods reduced to rubble.
Officials sat down in Singapore, Berlin, Beijing to discuss details of North Korea’s nuclear program.
Dozens more are feared dead, between 20 to 30 bodies were seen being brought in by coast guards in gray inflatable boats Friday morning.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov depicted his country’s military assistance to Mr. Assad as a positive counterweight to the chaos.
Hundreds of migrants heading to Europe drowned when a boat capsized nearly 7.5 miles from the Nile Delta port city of Rosetta.
Violence in Syria flared up anew and the relationship between the two key foreign powers in the conflict appeared to reach a new low.
Kabul hopes it will help restore stability to the country and bring one of its most notorious warlords into the political mainstream.
The Palestinians quickly rejected the invitation as a “new gimmick” designed to mask what they described as Israel’s intransigence.
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They bid each other farewell with a strident affirmation of security ties between their nations and little public talk of their differences.
And a few paces from the General Assembly hall, the United States and Russia bitterly attacked each other during a Security Council meeting.
If confirmed, it would be the first recorded chemical attack on U.S. troops since IS overran parts of northern and western Iraq in 2014.
The passages offer the first physical evidence that the version of the Hebrew Bible used today goes back 2,000 years.
Three separate research teams conclude that all non-Africans today trace their ancestry to a single population that left the continent.
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The approval clears the way for the two plane manufacturers to access one of the last untapped aviation markets in the world.