After a hiatus of a few days last week, Greek authorities resumed carrying the refugees - mostly from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan - to the mainland by ship from the islands of Kos, Lesbos, Samos, Symi and Agathonissi.
Fingerprints tied arrested man to site of blast at Bangkok shrine.
Militants said they killed 70 soldiers at base outside Somali capital.
Masked men in military garb abducted the group northeastern part of city.
Gang violence left 907 people dead last month, officials said.
Mocking the ICC again, Omar al-Bashir is on his second state visit to Sudan's partner and ally China.
Ambassador John Casson said he was "shocked and concerned" by ruling sending three journalists to jail.
The two countries closely cooperate on military and energy matters, despite the nuisance of terrorism.
Peru detected 222 suspected drug planes entering its airspace in about 3 months, 95% from Bolivia.
Alex Goldberg of Canary Ventures discusses what he's most excited about in the tech startup world.
Serbia has "made remarkable progress in the areas of macroeconomic stability and fiscal consolidation."
Despite shrinking in Q2, growth picked up for the first time in six months in June.
Sturdy gains in automobile sales and construction spending suggest the economy remains solid.
Various countries are exploring how to develop smart city infrastructure beginning with the electrical system.
Tech giants go back and forth about how unlicensed spectrum should be tested and allocated for wireless, wi-fi, and broadband use.
Firms awarded $75M to create systems flexible enough to be worn by soldiers or molded onto the skin of a plane.
Protests in the Gujarat state have resulted in the government blockage of mobile messaging systems.
The F.D.A. has issued new warnings for makers of powdered caffeine.
The amount of plastic ingestion by seabirds has dramatically increased in just the past few decades.
Vast majority of U.S. schoolkids are vaccinated, but sizable pockets of unprotected children still exist.
In a safety alert, the U.S. F.D.A. said that some Type 2 diabetes treatments, including Merck’s Januvia, can cause severe and disabling joint pain.
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