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KABUL, Afghanistan—Two bomb blasts killed at least 19 people, including nine schoolchildren, in eastern Afghanistan on Monday, as Afghan Taliban militants continued a wave of violence as part of their spring offensive. In one attack, a suicide...
Tags: China, Afghanistan, Transportation Accidents, NATO, Pakistan
Reuters* France's Hollande says worried by lawless southern Libya * Says no plans to intervene militarily, would need U.N. mandate * Initiatives to help Tripoli to be unveiled in coming weeks By John Irish PARIS, May 31 (Reuters) - Islamist rebels based in...
Tags: France, Niger, United Nations, Rebellions, Robin Williams
ReutersBAGHDAD, May 29 (Reuters) - Car bombs and roadside explosions hit mainly Sunni Muslim districts of the Iraqi capital and a northern city on Wednesday, killing at least 27 people. The bombings were the latest in a wave of attacks since April that has...
Reuters* Violence claims more than 1,000 since April * Sunni Islamists, al Qaeda driving attacks * Shi'ite militias seen still on sidelines, for now By Patrick Markey and Suadad al-Salhy BAGHDAD, May 30 (Reuters) - Two months of bombings that have killed...
OKLAHOMA CITY — The office clock displayed in the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum is frozen at 9:02 and 37 seconds. It marks a passage in history, the day Oklahoma City — and the whole country — changed forever. At that moment...
A Long Beach man probably had no idea the consequences that awaited him when he allegedly created a panic in Disneyland’s Toontown by exploding a bottle of dry ice in a trash can, an explosives expert said Friday. “I don’t think the...
ReutersTBILISI, June 6 (Reuters) - Six Georgian soldiers were killed in southern Afghanistan on Thursday when a suicide bomber detonated a truck filled with explosives, the defence ministry said. The attack takes the number of Georgian troop deaths in...
WASHINGTON — President Obama plans to nominate James B. Comey, a former senior Justice Department official who famously challenged warrantless eavesdropping under President George W. Bush, to replace Robert S. Mueller III as director of the FBI,...
REYHANLI, Turkey — Two weeks after twin car bomb blasts killed 51 people and injured hundreds in this southern Turkish city, residents remain in a state of shock and unease. Laborers silently lug sacks of cement or new windowpanes into damaged...
A soldier from Whitehall Township was awarded the Purple Heart on Thursday for wounds she suffered in 2007 when a roadside bomb exploded next to an Army convoy in Iraq. Staff Sgt. Michelle K. Simmer, 30, a 2001 graduate of Whitehall High School,...
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