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Tribune Staff WriterThe last time they were together there were tears and hugs and cries of sadness. On Wednesday, after nearly eight years and several thousand miles, there were tears and hugs and cries of joy. The hugs began the moment Ali Sohrab saw his brother walk...
Tags: Iran, Turkey, International Travel, Charity, American Red Cross
WINONA LAKE, Ind. (AP) — Former first lady Laura Bush promoted the importance of literacy and a college education during a trip to northern Indiana. Bush drew applause from a crowd of 2,500 people at Grace College in Winona Lake when she said she...
SAN DIMAS, Calif. (AP) — Authorities say three women riding on a personal watercraft were killed when they crashed into a motorboat at a Southern California reservoir. Los Angeles County fire Inspector Matt Levesque (luh-VECK') said the Saturday...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterJasmine Marie Timberlake is better than one in a million, as the old saying goes. She's one in 7 billion. That's because, as of Monday, there are 7 billion people living on the planet, according to a United Nations estimate.______________________________...
If the world seems a little more crowded than when you were younger - you're right. According to the United Nations, the global population reached 7-billion people this week. But what does that mean for you and me in our little corner of the world? The...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican presidential hopefuls are focusing on Iran as a weak spot in President Barack Obama's foreign policy record, and they're reviving many of the arguments that neoconservative proponents of armed intervention against Tehran...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The World Wildlife Fund is hoping you'll turn out the lights for an hour this weekend in a show of support for the environment. Millions are expected to turn off lights and appliances for an hour at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. This...
SOUTH BEND — Retiring alumni association director Charles F. "Chuck" Lennon and former head football coach Lou Holtz will be among 12 people who will be presented honorary degrees at the University of Notre Dame’s May 22 commencement in...
GENEVA (AP) — The U.N. health agency says world leaders will discuss efforts to clamp down on junk food marketing to children when they meet in New York on Sept 19-20. The World Health Organization says heads of state will use the U.N. General...
DAKAR, Senegal (AP) — The American Journal of Public Health has found in a new study a staggering increase in the rate of rape in the central African nation of Congo. The study says 1,152 women are raped every day in Congo, a rate equal to 48...
Tags: Mississippi, Congo, Rape
I thought about titling this piece “Hell Freezes Over” but couldn’t come up with it in Gaelic, and when I called a cousin whose Gaelic is far superior to mine he was at a pub and I couldn’t wait that long to start writing. Instead...
WASHINGTON — The State Department's decade-long effort to find a new home for a controversial Iranian opposition group has ground to a near halt only days after the announcement that the exiles had begun moving from Iraq to permanent homes in...
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