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Top humanitarian official claims to have seen 'piles and piles' of bodies.
Leader now barred from entering Russian territory for five years.
Dozens more injured in attack a week after the end of a Taliban ceasfire.
Officials have mounted a massive security operation around the race.
The high-stakes visit comes one day after Russia accused Kiev of violating the Geneva accord.
The League warned that holding a ballot would obstruct international efforts to resolve the Syrian conflict.
The ruling could land longtime Putin foe Alexei Navalny, who is currently under house arrest, a jail term.
David Cameron accused of fueling sectarian differences with description of Britain as a "Christian country."
Could the make-or-break 2015 Paris Climate Conference produce a clearer picture of the economic cost of climate change?
Look for the repercussions of South Africa's flailing economy – and the government's failure to reverse its course – to play out in upcoming elections.
Up to 16.1% of China's soil is polluted and 19.4% of its arable land suffers from the same devastating problem, according to the government.
The U.S. coffee giant is moving from the Netherlands to the United Kingdom at the end of this year – as the British government praises its economic policies.
Broadcasters have taken Aereo before the Supreme Court in what could be a pivotal decision for the TV landscape.
The U.S. and other countries have gathered in Brazil to discuss control over the internet.
Apple has patented technology to disable certain phone functions while the user is driving.
The Chinese telco is expanding its network infrastructure projects in several African countries.
Countries that had been rid of the disease for years are seeing it again.
Scientists are using krypton to determine how the evolution of the Earth has progressed through ice samples.
Scientists have discovered the 3 million year-old landscape under the region's ice sheet.
The essential nutrient for life on Earth also occurs in outer space.
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