Thursday, Jun 20, 2013

US & World

AP PHOTOS: Bangladesh collapse left many amputees

AP PHOTOS: For amputees, wounds from Bangladesh garment factory collapse will never fade
2 hours ago

In northern Iraqi city, al-Qaida gathers strength

Spreading shakedowns and distrust of authorities embolden al-Qaida in Iraq's restive Mosul
3 hours ago

US tries saving Taliban talks after Karzai objects

US scrambles to save talks with Taliban after angry complaints from Karzai
5 hours ago

AP EXCLUSIVE: Taliban offer to free US soldier

AP EXCLUSIVE: Taliban offer to free US soldier in exchange for Afghans held at Guantanamo
3 hours ago

Iraqis vote in 2 Sunni-dominated provinces

Iraqis cast ballots in 2 Sunni-dominated provinces amid tight security measures
3 hours ago

Zimmerman jurors reveal personal details

Zimmerman potential jurors asked about firearms, crime and biases
3 hours ago

China's Xi harks back to Mao in party 'cleanup'

Hoping to engage cynical public, China's Communists launch 'cleanup' campaign that echoes Mao
1 hour ago

Senators closing in on border security compromise

Negotiations accelerate on border security portions of immigration debate
3 hours ago

Singapore haze at worst yet, Malaysia schools shut

Singapore pollution hits new high, Malaysia shuts 200 schools amid haze from Indonesia fires
2 hours ago

India floods strand thousands; more than 100 dead

Rescuers try to reach thousands stranded in flood-hit north India; at least 104 people dead
3 hours ago

Medical care lags behind Afghan military growth

Medical care for troops in Afghanistan lags behind military growth without trained doctors
3 hours ago

Syrian exiles get taste of home: Beloved ice cream

Driven by war, a beloved Syrian tradition _ ice cream _ sets up shop in Jordan, to exiles' joy
7 hours ago

Militants storm UN compound in Somalia; 20 killed

Militants storm into UN's headquarters in Somali capital in an attack that kills 20
6 hours ago

Few options for Brazil leader in face of protests

Few options for Brazil leader Rousseff in facing down protesters' demands
4 hours ago

Jewish educator who survived Soviet Gulag dies

Rabbi Moshe Greenberg, prominent Jewish educator who survived a Soviet Gulag, dies at 84
3 hours ago







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