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The island was still recovering from last weekend’s blast from Tropical Storm Fay.
A disabled Russian container ship carrying hundreds of tons of fuel is adrift.
Washington and Beijing have recently clashed over matters including territorial disputes.
Has had the medical condition for 20-years.
The U.S. general overseeing the campaign on Friday predicted that the jihadists will be “much degraded” by airstrikes a year from now.
Photos of the scene in Seongnam, just south of Seoul, showed a deep concrete shaft under the broken grate.
An extremely rare event in the heavens this weekend.
Obama also notified top congressional officials of his move.
The Vatican is watering down a ground-breaking overture to gays — but only if they speak English.
President Barack Obama declared Wednesday that the “the world is not doing enough” to fight Ebola.
President Obama meets with Arab leaders to discuss the fight against ISIS.
Plans to reach out to foreign leaders to pressure them to do more.
The operation came hours after a large group of protesters blockaded the tunnel.
A series of attacks on Shiite-majority neighborhoods in Baghdad on Monday killed 44 people.
West Africa could see up to 10,000 new Ebola cases a week within two months.
Qatar offered the biggest donation of $1 billion.
The Islamic State extremist group claimed the attack, saying it was carried out by three foreign jihadists.
Students smashed a number of newly installed metal detectors at campus gates.
Funds will go to security, economic development, food and medicine, shelter and water and sanitation projects.
Airstrikes alone might not prevent Islamic militants from carrying out a massacre.
The latest three are a nurse, a hairdresser, and a hospital cleaner.
Federal agents suspect that Martinez runs Gulf Cartel operations in the Mexican border city of Reynosa.
Violence has displaced 287,000 people across Libya.
The attacks come as Iraq faces its greatest challenge since the 2011 withdraw of U.S. troops.