In a secret White House tape made public Monday after a Freedom of Information Act request.
Most of the victims were Dutch, but passengers and crew from 19 different countries died.
Both officials said the operation was carried out by Iraqi security forces. Neither knew the extent of al-Baghdadi’s apparent injuries.
Hours earlier German Chancellor Angela Merkel had honored the memory of the 138 people who died along the Berlin Wall.
Years of negotiations to limit Tehran’s nuclear production entered the final stretch Sunday.
Prime Minister David Cameron called this year’s event particularly poignant because 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the start of World W…
She also honored the many who suffered under the communist regime, including the 138 people who died at the Wall.
It’s only for women over 30, who must be off the road by 8 p.m. and cannot wear makeup behind the wheel.
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Bae and Miller were the last Americans held by North Korea following the release last month of Jeffrey Fowle.
Meth lab seizures peaked nationally in 2004, when nearly 24,000 labs were seized.
The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because the request is not yet official.
To use military force against the Islamic State group to replace the outdated authorization forged after 9/11.
Last month, South Korean prosecutors demanded the death penalty for the ferry’s captain and life sentences for three other key crew members.
Sharing their knowledge of the local terrain and language with the extremists, according to Iraqi and Kurdish officials.
Thousands of people in Sierra Leone are being forced to violate Ebola quarantines to find food because deliveries are not reaching them.
Exposing the weakness of mainstream opposition groups that the U.S. hopes to forge into a fighting force to take on Islamic extremists.
Pushing the total number of members slain by the extremists in recent days to more than 200.