North Korea fired short-range projectiles into its own eastern waters Monday for a third straight day, Seoul officials said. The North said it was bolstering deterrence against enemy attack.
Turbulent province found at heart of Islamist insurgency in Caucasus.
Rebels attacked army post near provincial capital of Goma.
Bloodshed raises fears of a return to the sectarian violence of 2006-07.
Group's involvement in Syrian conflict long criticized in Lebanon.
Amina Tyler may be charged for 'provocative acts' at site of slated hardline Islamist conference.
Former president's entry in the race scrambled equations because of his popularity, reputation.
Political party took to the streets of Karachi on Monday to protest against cricket-hero-turned-politician.
Published document on purported plot to stifle allegations president is grooming son for power.
In prepared testimony submitted ahead of Apple CEO's hearing before a U.S. subcommittee Apple denies using "tax gimmicks." | Cameron tells Google and others to play fair on tax
M&A flurry supports equities; Japan's economy minister suggests yen might have weakened enough.
Vote follows both companies sweetening the more than $6 billion deal with two special dividends.
Invesment bank reportedly selling last tranche of shares in Industrial Bank of China, netting $7.3 billion.
The iPhone-supplier has had three worker deaths in three weeks.
Yahoo's board approved the $1.1 billion acquisition.
The company expects etiquette to evolve for the wearable technology.
The handset arrives in a few European countries.
The rate of whooping cough, or pertussis, has been climbing in recent years.
Vermont became the fourth U.S. state to end legal penalties for doctors who assist in patient suicide.
In a new study, men with a history of ADHD were 19 pounds heavier than their non-ADHD counterparts.
This year, the U.K. has had more than 1,200 cases of measles.
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