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Food delivery driver sends unsolicited texts to female customer

Authorities in the UK are investigating after a food delivery service offered a £10 (roughly $14) credit to a woman who received unsolicited personal messages from a driver. More>>

Celebrity Pakistani women add voices to #MeToo movement

Three prominent Pakistani women have added their voices to the #MeToo movement in the wake of the rape and murder of a 7-year-old girl in a city in the east of the country last week. More>>

Erdogan accuses US of creating Kurdish terror enclave on Turkish border

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused the US Monday of "building an army of terror" on Turkey's border with Syria, state-run news agency Anadolu reported. More>>

Emmanuel Macron vows no new 'Jungle' migrant camp in Calais

French President Emmanuel Macron said France would not tolerate another "Jungle" camp being built in Calais, insisting the port town will not be used as a "side door" for migrants to gain access to the UK. More>>

Authorities work against clock to clean up oil spill off China's coast

A massive oil tanker that sank off the coast of China could affect marine life for decades, environmentalists and experts say. More>>

UAE seeks probe into alleged Qatari airspace violations

The United Arab Emirates has asked the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to investigate its claim that Qatari fighter jets intercepted two civilian aircraft on their way to Bahrain. More>>

Saudi Ritz-Carlton set to reopen after stint as lavish prison

The Ritz-Carlton in Riyadh looks set to reopen next month after the hotel was converted into a lavish prison for high-profile Saudis, detained in what the kingdom called an anti-corruption sweep. More>>

Russia's hidden world of North Korean labor

In pre-fabricated buildings, down a muddy track on the outskirts of St. Petersburg lies a world of hidden North Korean labor in Russia. More>>

Leading Kosovo Serb politician Oliver Ivanovic shot dead outside office

A prominent Kosovo Serb politician, Oliver Ivanovic, was shot dead outside his party offices Tuesday morning, halting talks between Kosovar and Serb delegates that had been set to resume that day. More>>

Palestinian leaders advise suspending recognition of Israel

Palestinian leaders have called on the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) to suspend its recognition of Israel just days after Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas urged the group to "revise" its agreements... More>>

Danish inventor Peter Madsen charged with Kim Wall murder

A Danish inventor, Peter Madsen, has been charged with murdering the Swedish journalist Kim Wall on his submarine, prosecutors announced Tuesday. More>>

In Syria's Idlib, a 'safe haven' that is anything but

A father's voice trembled as he remembered the moment when he thought he might have lost one of his boys. More>>

Japanese broadcaster apologizes after false North Korea missile alert

Japanese national broadcaster NHK issued an on-air apology Tuesday after issuing an alert incorrectly claiming that North Korea had launched a ballistic missile. More>>

Danish police charge 1,000 young people with 'distribution of child porn'

More than 1,000 young people in Denmark have been charged with "distribution of child pornography" after sexual content featuring 15-year-olds was circulated online, Danish National Police said in a statement Monday. More>>

Philippines revokes license of Rappler, news site critical of Duterte administration

A Philippines new media company fiercely critical of the government has had its operating license revoked, in what critics say is a move to silence the press. More>>

Source: Rogue Venezuelan helicopter pilot killed by police

Oscar Perez, a Venezuelan police pilot accused of stealing a helicopter and using it to attack the country's Supreme Court in June, was killed Monday in Caracas, a government official told CNN. More>>

Floor collapses at Jakarta stock exchange, dozens injured

At least 77 people were injured in Jakarta Monday when an internal walkway inside the Indonesian Stock Exchange collapsed suddenly, causing widespread damage to the building's main lobby area. More>>

Garbage collectors open library with abandoned books

A library in Ankara gives new meaning to the notion that books are timeless. More>>

At least 10 killed in Colombia bridge collapse

At least ten people were killed Monday after a bridge collapsed near Bogota, Colombia, according to the country's Civil Defense authorities. More>>

27 Dead, dozens injured, in Baghdad double suicide bombing

At least 27 people were killed Monday in a double suicide bombing in central Baghdad, according to the Iraqi Ministry of Health. More>>

UAE says Qatari fighter jets intercepted two commercial flights

Tensions between Gulf neighbors Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) now appear to be playing out in the skies. More>>

Burning oil tanker sinks in the East China Sea

An oil tanker burning in the East China Sea has sunk a week after it collided with another vessel, according to Chinese state media. More>>

Philippines volcano begins spewing lava

The Philippines' most active volcano has begun erupting again, after thousands of people on the main island of Luzon were earlier forced to evacuate. More>>

Russian foreign minister berates US for 'destabilizing' world

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has accused the United States of destabilizing the world, airing a list of grievances over the Trump administration's foreign policy. More>>

Catherine Deneuve apologizes to assault victims after criticizing #MeToo

French actress Catherine Deneuve has apologized to sexual assault victims who may have been upset by a letter she signed in a newspaper last week arguing that the #MeToo campaign against sexual harassment had spiraled out... More>>

North and South Korea meet again to discuss Winter Olympics

North and South Korea are discussing fielding a joint ice hockey team in next month's Winter Olympics, a potential first for the two countries, which have never competed under one flag at the Games. More>>

South Africa to formally protest Trump's 'shithole countries' remarks

South Africa will issue a diplomatic protest to the United States Monday over US President Donald Trump's "shithole countries" comments, according to its foreign ministry. More>>

Will Kim Jong Un's favorite band be attending the Winter Olympics?

Two weeks ago, the two Koreas weren't even talking. More>>

Police release sketch of a suspect in Pakistani girl's rape, murder

Pakistan authorities say a suspected serial killer aged between 25 and 35 years old may be responsible for the murder and rape of seven-year-old Zainab Ansari, as well as attacks on eight other girls. More>>

North Korea talks: Baby steps in a big, complex picture

High-level officials from North and South Korea are meeting again Monday -- a follow-up to last week's diplomatic breakthrough. More>>

Iran releases 440 anti-government protesters, state-run media reports

Iran has released more than 400 people detained in anti-government protests that broke out across the country in late December, state-run media reports. More>>

Qatar sheikh says UAE holding him 'in captivity'

A member of Qatar's royal family said Sunday he is being held against his will in the United Arab Emirates, a claim disputed by the UAE government, which said he is free to move as he pleases. More>>

Abbas: Abu Dis offered as Palestinian capital

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas appears to have confirmed reports that the Trump administration has earmarked Abu Dis, a town adjacent to Jerusalem, as the capital of a future Palestinian state, during a... More>>

The last straw: Is time up for this plastic relic?

Every day, Americans throw away 500 million plastic straws, enough to circle the Earth twice, or fill 125 school buses. More>>

Iran's Rouhani says Trump 'failed' to kill off nuclear deal

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani mocked Donald Trump for failing to kill off the Iran nuclear deal despite the US leader's 2016 election promise to do so. More>>

Pope Francis faces tensions on South America trip

Pope Francis' trip to South America this week is supposed to be all about peace, unity and hope. But the pontiff could also be welcomed with protests, threats of violence and controversy over allegations of abuses by the... More>>

Nearly 180 people killed in Syria's Eastern Ghouta in 2 weeks

Nearly 180 people, including 51 children, have been killed in Syria's Eastern Ghouta in just over two weeks, the volunteer White Helmets rescue group said Sunday, as the government steps up its air raids on the country's... More>>

Deadly earthquake shakes southern Peru

Two people were killed when a 7.1-magnitude earthquake shook Peru on Sunday, according to a regional governor. More>>

He's from El Salvador. They're American. Trump could separate them.

Rogelio Galdamez has a worried look on his face, unsure if the home he's building will be finished in time. More>>

Israel says it destroyed mile-long Hamas tunnel

The Israeli military said Sunday it destroyed a mile-long tunnel that stretched from Gaza under Israel and into Egypt. More>>

Tunisia plans social reforms in wake of protests

Tunisia has announced a raft of social reforms following anti-austerity protests which broke out across the North African country earlier this month. More>>

Churches attacked, Chile reviews security ahead of Pope's visit

A series of attacks on Catholic churches have prompted Chilean authorities to review security ahead of Pope Francis' visit to the South American country on Monday, officials said. More>>

France's Macron wants baguettes protected by UNESCO

French President Emmanuel Macron said he wants the traditional baguette -- that delicious doughy delicacy -- to be protected as a world treasure by UNESCO. More>>

Toronto girl 'really scared' after man cuts her hijab on street

Khawlah Noman was walking to her Toronto school when a man suddenly appeared behind her and cut her hijab, police said. More>>

Tunisia protests: More than 770 arrested after days of unrest

Tunisian police have arrested more than 770 people since anti-austerity protests broke out this week in the North African country, according to state media and the UN human rights office. More>>

North Korean state media hail talks with South as path to reunification

A North Korean state newspaper is celebrating the country's leader over the resumption of face-to-face talks with the South, saying Kim Jong Un's policy to improve relations were "brilliant" for "national reunification." More>>

Murdered Pakistani girl's notebook holds poignant entry

What appears to be the final page in the notebook of Zainab Amin, the 7-year-old girl whose rape and murder has prompted outrage across Pakistan, is a poignant reminder of a life cut tragically short. More>>

This is what the Pan Am Flight 73 hijackers may look like now

Using new age-progression technology, FBI technicians created new photos of four alleged Pan Am flight 73 hijackers. The release of these photos on Thursday signaled a renewed hunt to find and convict perpetrators of the... More>>

Saudi women attend soccer match for first time

Female soccer fans in Saudi Arabia attended their first match ever Friday at the King Abdullah Sports City stadium in Jeddah. More>>

'My shithole in Africa': Global reactions to Trump's comment

Alta Fourie's home in Bloemfontein, South Africa, has a perfectly manicured garden, lots of big windows and a vibrant, red tile roof. More>>

Julian Assange Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. More>>

Crown could break your neck, Queen Elizabeth says

In a rare television interview, Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has shared private thoughts about her coronation, describing one of the crowns she wore at the ceremony as so heavy "your neck would break off." More>>

This little satellite will investigate a curious star and its planet

On Friday, a small satellite named PicSat launched in an attempt to make a big observation: watching an exoplanet passing in front of its star this year. More>>

Norwegians aren't likely to move to the US, even if they're welcome

During a meeting in the Oval Office on Thursday, US President Donald Trump reportedly blasted a number of nations as "shithole countries." Then he turned his attention to Norway. More>>

Trump blamed Obama for the UK embassy move, but Bush made the call

President Donald Trump blamed his decision not to visit the UK on a "bad deal" cut by the Obama administration over the relocation of the US embassy in London. More>>

Tunisia protests: Why are people taking to the streets?

Demonstrators have taken to the streets in a number of Tunisian cities this week, calling for the government to scrap new austerity measures which include a hike in fuel prices and taxes on goods. More>>

London Mayor Sadiq Khan says Trump 'got the message' over UK visit

London Mayor Sadiq Khan said Friday that US President Donald Trump had "got the message" from Londoners after canceling his visit to the city. More>>

A $1 billion glass cube: The embassy that Trump thinks is a 'bad deal'

With a price tag of $1 billion, the new US embassy in London is one of the most expensive buildings of its kind in the world. After US President Donald Trump said he was canceling his visit to London in part because of his... More>>

Merkel, Schulz reach deal for German coalition talks after all-night marathon

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and her liberal rival Martin Schulz reached a preliminary deal Friday to begin coalition talks, in a breakthrough that moves the country one step closer to a new government after months of... More>>

Cache of jewels reported stolen from Paris' Ritz found -- at the scene

All the jewelry reported stolen in an audacious heist at the Ritz Hotel in Paris has been recovered, a source close to the case has told CNN. More>>

Alleged breach of India's biometric database could put more than a billion users at risk

The Indian government has announced new security measures following reports of an alleged security breach in the country's vast biometric database, which contains the personal details of 1.2 billion Indian citizens. More>>

Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei Fast Facts

Here is a look at Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei. More>>

Protests erupt over rape, murder of 7-year-old girl in Pakistan

Protesters marched for a second day Thursday in the Pakistani city of Kasur over the rape and murder of a seven-year-old girl whose body was found dumped on a garbage pile. More>>

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange granted Ecuadorian citizenship

Ecuador has granted citizenship to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, Ecuador's Foreign Minister Maria Fernanda Espinosa announced Thursday. More>>

Ethiopia bans foreign adoption

Ethiopia has banned the adoption of Ethiopian children by foreign families, according to the country's state-run News Agency ENA, citing concerns over abuse. More>>

Ingredients for life found in meteorites that crashed to Earth

Although two 4.5-billion-year-old meteorites crashed to Earth in 1998, it's taken until now to uncover some of their secrets. More>>

Benue killings: Mass burial held for dozens killed in New Year's day attacks

A mass burial was held on Thursday for 72 people killed in fighting between nomadic herdsmen and farmers in central Nigeria. More>>

Scientists discover species of dinosaur the size of a turkey

Scientists have discovered a species of dinosaur that roamed between Australia and Antarctica 113 million years ago. More>>

State Department slaps 5 Mexican states with 'do not travel' advisory

Mexico -- long a destination for world-class museums, archeological sites and beach resorts -- now has five states tagged with the US State Department's most severe travel warning. More>>

Animal rights groups are upset at the Pope for inviting people to the circus

About 2,000 homeless people and refugees will attend a circus performance in Rome Thursday, courtesy of Pope Francis. More>>

Why Germany still doesn't have a new government, four months after vote

Four months after Germans went to the polls, the country still doesn't have its new government in place. And Thursday may be the last chance for Chancellor Angela Merkel to strike a deal or face the prospect of a new... More>>

Europe urges Trump to honor Iran nuclear deal

Senior European diplomats have urged the United States not to kill off the Iran nuclear deal, as President Donald Trump mulls whether to reimpose sanctions on the country ahead of a Friday deadline. More>>

Thieves steal millions in jewels from Paris' Ritz Hotel

A gang of thieves armed with axes burst into the Ritz Hotel in central Paris, smashed their way into a set of jewelery display cases and stole at least 4 million euros ($4.8 million) worth of gems, police said. More>>

Tunisia protests: Hundreds arrested after fourth night of unrest

Tunisian police have arrested 328 people after four nights of anti-austerity protests, Interior Ministry spokesman Col. Major Khelifa Chibani told state news agency TAP on Thursday. More>>

Iran's protests might stop Trump from scrapping nuclear deal

The theater and flourish may again soon pass. More>>

Nigel Farage says he might support a second Brexit referendum

Nigel Farage, the most prominent campaigner for Britain to leave the European Union, says he is warming to the idea of a second Brexit referendum. More>>

Why South Africa is laying a welcome mat for Muslim visitors

With more than one million visitors in 2016, Cape Town already ranks highly among the most popular destinations in Africa. More>>

Check out this 'Independence Day' style cloud over Sydney

A scene from an apocalyptic movie appeared over Sydney on Tuesday evening. More>>

Myanmar military admits role in killing Rohingya found in mass grave

Myanmar has said members of its security forces were involved in the killing of 10 Rohingya Muslims found in a mass grave last month in Rakhine State, where the country's military has been accused of ethnic cleansing. More>>

Rakhine ambush could mark new phase for Rohingya insurgency

Rohingya militants have claimed responsibility for an ambush on Myanmar security forces that injured five, a sign the group may be reasserting itself after a long silence. More>>

Oil tanker Sanchi partially explodes in East China Sea

Part of an oil tanker that has been ablaze for days off the coast of Shanghai exploded Wednesday, forcing rescue boats searching for 31 missing sailors to retreat, Chinese authorities said. More>>

France's Macron takes the reins when it comes to EU-China relations

With his brown hair and youthful step, he came to China Monday on a special plane, ready to win over President Xi Jinping and cement a new era of France-China relations. More>>

US firm prepares to launch 'no find, no fee' search for MH370

The Malaysian government has awarded a "no-find, no-fee" contract to a private US-based tech company to resume the search for Malaysian Airlines flight 370, one of the most enduring aviation mysteries of the modern era. More>>

Uber and Careem recruit first female drivers

Ride hailing applications in Saudi Arabia are recruiting female drivers, after the Kingdom announced plans to lift the ban on women driving by June 2018. More>>

Wayne Gretzky Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of Hall of Fame hockey player Wayne Gretzky, who is the all-time leading scorer in NHL history, with 2,857 career points (894 career goals and 1,963 career assists). More>>

What's sending mysterious repeating fast radio bursts in space?

The only known repeating fast radio burst in the universe just got more extreme. More>>

British Army ads emphasize tolerance and emotional support

Gone are the stereotypical images of gun-toting, muscle-bound soldiers roughing it in the wild. More>>

Tsunami threat passes after strong earthquake off Central America

There is no longer a tsunami threat for the Caribbean and Central America after a magnitude-7.6 earthquake struck 27 miles (43 kilometers) off the coast of Honduras, the US Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said Wednesday. More>>

Yemen Fast Facts

Here's a look at Yemen, a country located on the southwestern tip of the Arabian Peninsula, sharing a border with Saudi Arabia and Oman. More>>

Netanyahu's son discusses gas deal, prostitutes in strip club recording

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been forced to defend his elder son, Yair, and his own reputation, after a 2015 secret recording from outside a strip club featuring a conversation between Yair and two friends... More>>

Catherine Deneuve denounces #MeToo in open letter

A collective of 100 French women including film star Catherine Deneuve have signed an open letter defending men's "freedom to pester" women, sparking an angry response from a group of feminist activists. More>>

Nigerian Facebook user posts graphic photos of female circumcision

A Nigerian man has caused outrage after he posted graphic pictures on Facebook showing children apparently being circumcised. More>>

Cardinal Pell living at Sydney seminary ahead of historic sex abuse hearing

An Australian seminary where Cardinal George Pell is living while he fights charges of historic sexual abuse says the top Vatican figure is "very much looking forward" to the start of a key court hearing, where dozens of... More>>

Charges sought against Reuters journalists detained in Myanmar

Prosecutors in Myanmar have sought charges under its Official Secrets Act against two Reuters reporters, which could see them jailed for up to 14 years, the news agency said. More>>

South Korea's Moon credits Trump with 'huge' contribution to North Korea talks

South Korean President Moon Jae-in has credited his US counterpart Donald Trump with making a "huge" contribution to bringing the North and South together for landmark talks. More>>

It snowed in one of the hottest places in the world

It's quite a time for weird weather, and it doesn't get much weirder than snow falling in one of the hottest places in the world. More>>

How rugby, ping-pong and other sports have mended political rifts

Never mind high-pressure peace talks that fail amid the looming threat of warfare. Try wrestling or ping-pong diplomacy instead. More>>

North and South Korea agree to hold talks on easing military tensions

North Korea has agreed to send a delegation to next month's Winter Olympics in South Korea and to hold talks with Seoul to ease military tensions, in the most significant thaw in relations between the neighboring states in... More>>

Moments after midnight, Australian same-sex couples say 'I do'

As the clocks struck midnight on Tuesday, dozens of same-sex couples tied the knot in Australia, marking the first legal ceremonies of their kind in the country. More>>

3,700 People were arrested during Iran protests, lawmaker says

Roughly 3,700 people were arrested during recent anti-government protests in Iran, one of the country's lawmakers claimed on Tuesday. More>>

How the Olympics gave Kim Jong Un a moment of unearned legitimacy

Most people love peace and sports. But the sudden rapprochement between North and South Korea over the Winter Olympics pretty much trashes most norms of diplomacy. More>>

Oil tanker still ablaze three days after collision off Shanghai coast

The oil tanker SANCHI continues to blaze and 31 sailors are still missing three days after the ship was involved in a catastrophic collision off the coast of China. More>>

South and North Korean negotiators meet at DMZ for first time since 2015

Negotiators from South and North Korea arrived at the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) early Tuesday to sit down for the first time since December 2015, after a hotline between the two technically-still-at-war nations reconnected... More>>

Ahed Tamimi: Palestinian heroine or dedicated trouble-maker?

Ahed Tamimi is instantly recognizable. The fiery haired Palestinian girl can be seen in several viral videos and photographs confronting Israeli soldiers near her West Bank home of Nabi Saleh. More>>

64 Migrants believed dead after boat sinks in Mediterranean

Sixty-four migrants are presumed dead after the rubber dinghy they were traveling in sank off the coast of Libya over the weekend, humanitarian groups said on Monday. More>>

Idlib: Syria's latest version of hell

As world attention falters on the Syria crisis, and a climate of peace talks bizarrely instead leads to an escalation of the government's military offensives, there is a small pocket of civilians, some rebel fighters and... More>>

Theresa May strengthens party apparatus in Cabinet shakeup

UK Prime Minister Theresa May attempted to inject new energy into a government weighed down by Brexit on Monday, reorganizing her Cabinet with an eye to strengthening the apparatus of her governing Conservative Party. More>>

Britain's Princess Charlotte starts nursery school

Britain's Princess Charlotte, youngest child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, started nursery school on Monday. More>>

Iranian protester dies in police custody

A 22-year-old man who was arrested during the recent anti-government protests in Iran has died in police custody, according to a report on state-run media on Monday. More>>

Huge oil tanker at risk of exploding after collision; 1 body found

An oil tanker that collided with a freight ship off the east coast of China was still on fire Monday and at risk of exploding, Chinese authorities said. More>>

Tens of thousands flee as Syrian regime makes Idlib push

The number of civilians fleeing their makeshift homes in northern Syria is likely to be in the tens of thousands, UN officials have told CNN, as the Syrian government steps up its offensive on key rebel-held areas. More>>

Opposition taps ex-premier Mahathir as PM candidate in Malaysia elections

Former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has been named the prime ministerial candidate for the country's opposition in the next elections, completing a stunning return to politics at the age of 92. More>>

32 Missing after tanker, freighter collide off China

Thirty-two sailors are missing after an oil tanker and freight ship collided off the east coast of China Saturday, according to China's Ministry of Transport. More>>

Sydney swelters with near-record high temperature

Sydney endured its hottest temperature in nearly 80 years on Sunday, Australian meteorologists say. More>>

Who is Kim Jong Un? Separating myth from fact

The little that is known about North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is, for the most part, questionable. More>>

Airstrikes kill 17 civilians in Syrian rebel-held area, rescuers say

A day of airstrikes in the Syrian enclave of Eastern Ghouta killed at least 17 civilians, while collective strikes over the last week and a half have left 10 medical facilities damaged, according to groups working in the... More>>

Ministry with 'intractable' task of reuniting North and South Korea

On Tuesday, in a building along the border between North and South Korea, negotiators will sit down face to face for the first time in more than two years. More>>

Israel bars groups promoting its boycott from entering country

The members of 20 organizations -- including one Jewish organization -- which advocate boycotting Israel will be banned from entering the country. The full list comes from the Ministry of Strategic Affairs, a governmental... More>>

Iran protests: University tracks fate of detained students

The University of Tehran is working to track and secure the release of its students who were arrested for taking part in recent anti-government protests in Iran, according to the semiofficial Iranian Students' News Agency. More>>

Saudi Arabia arrests 11 princes protesting cuts to perks

Eleven Saudi princes were arrested Thursday after staging a sit-in at a palace in Riyadh, the kingdom's attorney general said Saturday. More>>

Eight dead in boat sinking off Libya coast believed to be migrants

Eight people died and 84 people were rescued after a boat sank off the coast of Libya, the Italian Coast Guard said. More>>

UN experts urge Iran to respect rights of protesters, end Internet crackdown

UN human rights experts urged Iranian authorities to respect the rights of protesters and voiced concern over Tehran's restriction of social messaging services, in a joint statement issued Friday by the UN agency for human... More>>

Protests die down, but the anger in Iran won't go away

They are overwhelmingly young and they are angry, and through the prism of social media, they see a world that is leaving them behind. These are the Iranians who have spontaneously hit the streets over the past week in... More>>

North Korea accepts South's offer to meet for talks

North Korea has accepted South Korea's proposal for official talks in what will be the first high-level contact between the two countries in more than two years. More>>

Trump's message: If Afghanistan isn't going well, Pakistan's to blame

It's an old tactic for an old war, but it shows the focus and emotions are fresh for the Trump administration. By suspending hundreds of millions of dollars of security aid to Pakistan, the White House is striking the... More>>

China's Tiangong-1 space lab to plunge to Earth by March

China's Tiangong-1 space lab was billed as a potent symbol of the country's rise when it launched in 2011. More>>

Tourist killed in hot air balloon crash in Egypt

A hot air balloon with 20 people crashed Friday in Egypt's ancient city of Luxor, killing at least one person and injuring more than a dozen others, according to Egypt's Civil Aviation Authority and a hot air balloon company. More>>

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