U.S. aircraft have launched fresh strikes against Islamic State (IS) militants in northern Iraq, despite threats from the group to kill a second American captive in retribution for continued attacks.
Three military leaders among at least 19 killed in Gaza attack.
Red Cross has given instructions for delivery of aid.
Hundreds of soldiers have been sent to Hiroshima dig for survivors.
Eric Holder also toured the Missouri town hit by 10 days of unrest.
Parliamentary vote confirmed Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha, who led May coup, as new premier.
Gen. Rudy Ortiz was killed in a helicopter crash near the border with Mexico.
Nawaz Sharif to meet oppo leader Imran Khan in bid to end anti-government protests.
Wikileaks founder suggests he will soon leave refuge after two years.
The economy is being destroyed, yet Kiev is itself destroying any chance of bringing in Western investment to prop it up.
Move aims to skirt U.S. ruling that prevented Argentine government from paying its creditors.
Dollar General Corp offered to buy Family Dollar Stores Inc for $8.95 billion, trumping a bid by Dollar Tree Inc.
Investors breathed easier over the crisis in Ukraine, which had appeared to escalate on Friday.
The Corner Store facility is available as an option via its main smartphone app and covers more than 100 items.
Device communication regulation is becoming more of a concern for governments as RFID and NFC technology advances.
The modified One M8 is being sold at roughly half the price of the same handset running Google's Android.
Research firm Gartner reports that the hype for the internet of things has surpassed the hype for big data.
Police in the capital fired live rounds and tear gas to disperse stone-throwing crowd.
Over the last two decades, teen births have dropped 57%.
The research suggests that it is because of the loss of certain brain cells.
Breastfeeding can halve risk of post-natal depression, according to a study of 14,000 new mothers.
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