Israel launched a deadly attack on a United Nations school housing refugees in Gaza despite repeated warnings that civilians were sheltering there, the U.N. has said.
Pro-Russia separatists were driven out of Avdiivka.
Landslide hit village in western India burying about 40 houses.
Evacuations come as battles rage between gov't forces and militias.
Khieu Samphan and Nuon Chea are already on trial for war crimes.
Lead U.S. negotiator declined to give a final deadline for final nuclear deal.
Suicide bombing deepens strains over an election marred by fraud and under a U.N.-monitored review.
Zhou Yongkang is by far the highest-profile figure caught up in crackdown on corruption.
Gen. Hugo Carvajal, consul to Aruba, had been detained on drug trafficking allegations.
Site's second-quarter revenue rose 124%, to $312 million, from the same quarter a year ago.
Argentina faced a race against on time on Wednesday to avert its second default in 12 years.
Oil giant BP has reported a rise in second quarter profits boosted by increased production.
As the global competition increases, China will not only seek to import them but be a major market producer as well.
Snapchat-style app will allow users to send photos that are deleted after they are viewed.
ISPs have gravitated towards implementing data caps, while consumers remain confused about how they work.
OkCupid, a top U.S. matchmaking website, intentionally mismatched users to test its technology.
Administrators have imposed a 10-day ban on alterations following "persistent disruptive editing."
Philip Hammond said no Britons had been affected so far but the government was viewing the outbreak seriously.
People who run even very slowly and for short distances have greater chances of living longer.
A new case in Lagos threatens to transform the already alarming regional crisis into a much broader one.
Babies are able to detect fear from odors that their mothers emit.
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