At least 13 killed in Mexican border city; 12 missing in Texas flooding.
Army relocates hundreds rescued from the militant Islamist group.
The two countries''s presidents meet and agree to expand economic ties and regional cooperation.
Hundreds of migrants arrested following xenophobic violence.
At least four people have been killed in fresh protests.
The French leader, however, steered clear of the reparations some in the former colony are demanding.
Raul Castro praised Pope Francis after audience at the Vatican.
New legislation spurred by last year's attack on parliament.
Move indicates the depth of President Michelle Bachelet's concern about a collapse in her popularity.
Says deal will reduce tensions that have put Beijing at odds with its neighbors and the U.S.
Luxury facilities stand in stark contrast to local misery.
P.M. said referendum on constitution could postpone vote for three months.
Yingluck Shinawatra faces charges related to a multi-billion dollar rice scheme.
Ministry described drill as tool to check "combat readiness."
The hesitation to rattle delicate sensibilities reflective of the cultural influence of the Roman Catholic Church.
Gruevski and his rightist party have been embroiled in an ever-worsening scandal since February, which has drawn increasing condemnations against the Macedonian government.
Troops said to be part of Russian special forces.
Forces withdrew from al-Tanf crossing as Islamic State advanced.
Says country has not made good on promises to improve conditions.
The preliminary assessment will help determine if charges will be brought against Israel for war crimes. Palestine was welcomed into the ICC in April, despite objections raised by Israel and the U.S.
Mohamed Fahmy says his employer failed to protect him.
The president hosted a summit for the Gulf Cooperation Council in hopes of bridging divide over Iran.
Train was traveling at twice the speed limit, experts say.
Overturning a 2013 ruling, the judges did not, however, halt the program but urged Congress to take action.