The demonstrations were aimed at raising awareness of the international ivory trade.
The tactic signals that even as the Islamic State group suffers battlefield losses, it is holding on to its edge in the propaganda war.
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Saying he lied on his airport health questionnaire.
The first vehicle exploded as children were leaving school.
Fears grow as one more American is diagnosed with the Ebola virus.
The worst-hit city was Baghdad, with 352 civilians killed.
No group has claimed responsibility for the blast and no warning call was made to authorities.
Spain’s Defense Ministry and the court declined comment.
Previous searches inspired by IRA tipoffs have found the confirmed remains of seven IRA victims.
Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai was sworn in Monday as Afghanistan’s new president.
The U.S.-led coalition fighting the Islamic State group is growing.
Front leader Abu Mohammed al-Golani portrayed the U.S.-led coalition as a “Crusader alliance.”
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The violence began when police clashed with students from a teachers college who had seized three buses.
Some of the bodies were found in a lodge near the summit and that others were buried in ash up to 50 centimeters deep.