South Korean laws block adoptees from obtaining their full birth records without their birth parents’ consent.
The debate in France over the burkini brings to mind other debates over what women should be allowed to wear and who should make the rules.
Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury, 30, was among those killed during an exchange of gunfire near the capital of Dhaka, an official said.
Turkey’s incursion into Syria could lead to a confrontation between Ankara and Syrian Kurds, both U.S. allies, and hinder the war against
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Prime Minister Viktor Orban spoke in Warsaw before heading on the EU’s future.
The fatal beating followed the killings of two protesters earlier this week in clashes with police.
Rescuers in Italy fear they may not find any more survivors.
The U.S. Secretary of State said the majority of discussions on how to reinstate a cease-fire have been completed.
Protesters rallied Thursday against the bans in London and Berlin. The bans have apparently hit others in a wide range of modest clothing.
As rescue effort continues and death toll rises, soul-searching begins
Turkey gave Syrian Kurdish forces a week to scale back their presence near the border
The school offered students a glimpse of a carefree life away from the unpredictable violence that afflicted the rest of the capital.
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Taxis operated by nuTonomy beat ride-hailing service Uber, which plans to offer rides in autonomous cars in Pittsburgh, by a few weeks.
A Singapore company is expected to roll out self-driving taxis to pick up passengers beginning today.
The explosion and gun battle occurred less than three weeks after two foreign professors at the elite university were kidnapped at gunpoint.
The temblor killed at least four people and damaging over a hundred ancient Buddhist pagodas in the former capital of Bagan.
Turkish troops crossed into Syria in support of a new U.S.-backed offensive against the Islamic State.
The agreement ends the longest-running armed conflict in the Americas, after 52 years of fighting and four years of negotiations
The three nations — China, Japan and South Korea — were momentarily brought together as they all criticized the missile test
The interest payment was made two days after allowing $400 million in cash to fly to Tehran
The revelations come a little over two months since the Marines said they had mistaken one of the men who helped raised the second flag.
The hopes for finding a legendary “gold train” in Poland diminished after extensive digging at the site
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The toll was likely to rise as crews reached homes in remote hamlets where the scenes were “like Dante’s Inferno,” according to one witness.
At least 18 others were hurt in the attack after militants opened fire and threw grenades into a classroom.
A powerful earthquake damaged scores of ancient Buddhist pagodas in the former capital of Bagan, a major tourist attraction, officials said.
He suggested Tuesday that Donald Trump doesn’t know what he’s talking about on foreign policy and told U.S. NATO allies to ignore him.
A total of 42 local Zika infections have reportedly been contracted in four Florida counties this year.
The sackings would affect the ministries of food, finance, work and basic business, as well as workers in the office of the president.
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The news release from the military initially prompted confusion by stating that Abubakar Shekau was “fatally wounded on his shoulders.”
American killed in a blast near the southern city of Lashkar Gah, which is mounting a defense against a fierce Taliban attack.
Sensitive personal information about private citizens among the trove of information being released by the transparency group.
A State Department spokesman said Thursday that the money was used as “leverage” to ensure the release of three American captives.
In the wake of Islamic extremist attacks, they made a symbolic bid to relaunch the European Union after Britain’s vote to leave.
The bombing Saturday in the southern city of Gaziantep, near the border with Syria, killed at least 54 people — many of them children.
He advised Muslims around the world not to commit similar acts, saying “they are not going to lead to any good for humanity.”
The Iranian defense minister criticized Moscow for having a “kind of show-off and ungentlemanly” attitude by publicizing their actions.
It was a fresh setback to efforts to stabilize a country fractured by conflict and wounded by a sinking economy.
Reportedly, 712 suspects have been killed in police operations and vigilante killings have totaled 1,067 during the same period.
He also defended a recent decision by the United Nations Security Council to send 4,000 peacekeepers to South Sudan.
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The rift had grown another 13.67 miles since it was last observed in March 2016, and has widened to about 1,148 feet.
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Libyan troops under the Government of National Accord were edging closer last week to retaking the coastal city.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan blamed the attack on the Islamic State group.
Somali Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Sharmarke condemned the twin blasts, saying that “evil-doers” had targeted innocent civilians.