Heavy fighting in eastern Ukraine left civilians dead on both sides, even as planned peace talks in Belarus were cancelled.
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At least 30 people, mostly soldiers, killed in attacks by Islamist militants.
At least 20 dead in attack carried out during Friday prayers.
Ground and air forces deployed to dislodge militants from border area.
A U.N. war crimes tribunal is set to deliver final ruling for five convicted in the 1995 massacre.
Drone charge is the latest in a series of escalating tensions between the uneasy neighbors.
President Raul Castro tells U.S. the military base must be handed back before relations can be normalized.
The country's military junta recalled a top U.S. diplomat over critical remarks made on Wednesday.
This sets the stage for chilly relations between Athens and the rest of the EU as fears of a "Grexit" are revived.
The central bank's move shows that measures to aid the economy outweigh fighting inflation.
Google's revenue grew 15% but fell short of projections on declining online ad prices.
Favorable geography and infrastructure could allow for a major cost-effective scaling up of production.
Those traveling between Australia and the U.S. will soon be able to watch content via a virtual reality headset.
Says artificial intelligence systems could achieve consciousness, but played down the threat to human life.
Yahoo plans to spin off its 15% stake in China's Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, responding to shareholder pressure.
Google, Apple, and others have begun to cease services to Crimea as they abide by U.S. sanctions.
A study suggests that the rise in childhood obesity may be tapering off in the under-10s.
Researchers are investigating whether the disease could have become more contagious.
Research focuses on commonly used medicines, including some over-the-counter treatments.
Organization admits that it was too slow to respond to the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
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