A Korean-American man stole state’s nuclear-related data.
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Investigation calls deadly strike on hospital a tragic mistake.
Becomes fourth Latin American nation to legalize gay marriages.
Had earlier rebuked country's leaders for delaying peace efforts.
Ethiopia strongly condemns cross-border raids.
by Lara Vergnaud IMF bailout is contingent on economic reforms.
Amnesty International calls for full forensic probe.
Calls beheading of a Canadian citizen act of cold-blooded murder.
Questions gov't's credibility in search for missing students.
by Michael Lerner President Correa announced tax increases to fund the long recovery after a 7.8 quake.
Prince Rogers Nelson was found dead at his home in Minnesota.
Says won't allow chaos or war to break out in the Korean peninsula.
Plans to shift migrants to other Australian-funded detention centers.
by Michael Lerner Reconstruction has proceeded very slowly.
I.S. militants claim responsibility for killing an L.G.B.T magazine editor.
by Erin Wright But in Europe, fewer identifying as citizens of the world.
Austria’s senate passes a stringent law for asylum seekers.
Several injured at a detention center on the Greek island of Lesbos.
After months-long coalition talks failed on Tuesday, repeat elections are likely to be held on June 26.
Israel’s P.M. Netanyahu had earlier dismissed French peace plan.
Syrian gov't forces hit a medical facility used for rescue operations.
I.S.'s recruitment and fighting ability hit by depleting cash reserves.
Coalition forces carry out joint operation in the port city of Mukalla.
Tens of billions of dollars are going to transfer generations from old to young by 2050 in the U.S. alone. Meaning there is even more potential for the millennial generation to engender social change.
U.S. will continue joint military exercise in the Korean peninsula.
The debate between Democratic Presidential hopefuls saw both sides engaging in a furious verbal clash.
Angered by two Russian fighter jets flying extremely close to a U.S. guided missile destroyer in the Baltic Sea, the U.S. military described the maneuvers as one of the most aggressive acts in the recent history.