All were detained as suspected militants with ties to al-Qaeda in 2002 but were never charged.
Ebola has sickened more than 17,500 people, mostly in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
“We’re here to challenge that stigma and show women it’s normal and natural.”
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Saturday the United States will keep as many as 1,000 more troops in Afgha…
The week’s biggest news and headlines
The president said he “strongly condemns the barbaric murder of Luke Somers at the hands of al-Qaida terrorists.”
U.S. special forces had tried to rescue Somers last month.
The Vatican’s economy czar says the Holy See’s finances are in better shape than he thought.
Two separate car bomb attacks at a group of restaurants and a market on Thursday killed 18 people in Baghdad, said Iraqi officials.
His doctor described the boy’s recovery as “a miracle.”
The group’s most notorious attack was on the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi last year.
The inflators can explode with too much force, spewing shrapnel into the passenger compartment.
Four of nine surviving crew members vow this won’t be their final reunion.
The boys, ages 6 and 7, discovered the infant’s naked body while digging in the sand.
Qatari immigration officials blocked Matthew and Grace Huang from leaving and confiscated their passports.
The appointment comes after De Niro signed a memorandum of agreement for a $250 million hotel investment.
Ebola has sickened more than 16,000 people of whom nearly 7,000 have died.
First of more than 250 pieces to be linked to Holocaust.
Iran had set a deadline of midnight Monday to come to a final agreement.
An American priest named by Pope Francis was among church officials who failed to report an abusive priest.
Some 5,000 faithful traveled from Kerala state for the solemn event.
No other group comes close to IS in using children in such a systematic and organized way.
The 43-year-old doctor was part of a Cuban medical team sent to Sierra Leone.
Some said a fully clothed Polish cartoon bear named Uszatek would be a better choice.
Al-Zahrani will take part in a Saudi rehabilitation program for militants.