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World Briefing: South Sudan: U.N. Helicopter Goes Down, Killing Three in Crew

published about 11 hours ago
A United Nations helicopter carrying cargo in South Sudan crashed on Tuesday, killing three of its four Russian crew members, the United Nations Mission in ... more

U.S. Mobilizes Allies to Widen Assault on ISIS

published about 11 hours ago
U.S. Mobilizes Allies to Widen Assault on ISIS
President Obama is nearing a decision to authorize airstrikes and airdrops around Amerli, an Iraqi town that has been under siege by militants for more ... more

World Briefing: Turkey: Chinese Workers Abducted

published about 12 hours ago
Kurdish separatists kidnapped three Chinese engineers in an area near a power plant in Turkey’s southeast, a regional government official said Tuesday.

World Briefing: U.S. Fires on an Iranian Boat

published about 12 hours ago
A United States Coast Guard vessel fired Tuesday on an Iranian boat in the Persian Gulf in what the Defense Department said was a defensive ... more

Hard-Line Splinter Group, Galvanized by ISIS, Emerges From Pakistani Taliban

published about 12 hours ago
The new group, known as Jamaat-e-Ahrar, is composed of disaffected Taliban factions from four of the seven tribal districts along the Pakistan border with Afghanistan.

Santander Journal: A Banker’s Bold Vision Inspires an Arts Center, and Neighbors’ Doubts

published about 13 hours ago
Santander Journal: A Banker’s Bold Vision Inspires an Arts Center, and Neighbors’ Doubts
The Centro Botín, designed by Renzo Piano, is rising in the northern city of Santander, along with complaints that public space is being exploited.


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