A group that dresses like a SWAT team and carries weapons but has no law-enforcement training or authority of any kind.
The U.S. military says it carried out 14 airstrikes in the area today.
“The mission is consistent with the president’s directive that the U.S. military protect U.S. personnel and facilities in Iraq.”
Francis made a silent statement during his visit to South Korea, stopping to pray at a monument for aborted babies.
The incident raises fears of new infections in Liberia, which was already struggling to contain the outbreak.
Brownback says his goal is to create 100 thousand new jobs if re-elected
Francis celebrates his concluding Mass for peace and reconciliation in the Myeong-dong Cathedral in Seoul.
Ban Ki-moon said he was saddened by the deaths and condemned the attack against U.N. personnel in a statement issued Saturday.
Marina Silva will replace the late Eduardo Campos on the Socialist Party ticket.
The protesters have vowed to remain in the streets until Sharif leaves office, raising fears of political instability.
The emergency meeting of the bloc’s 28 foreign ministers in Brussels marked a shift toward greater involvement in Iraq.
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The Pentagon sees little if any need to airdrop more food and water to Iraqis atop Sinjar Mountain.
His days in power in Iraq appear increasingly numbered.
The group they were working for, SIM USA, said in a news release Monday that all three were healthy and showed no signs of infection.
The Obama administration has begun directly providing weapons to Kurdish forces who have started to make gains against Islamic militants in …