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ISIS Destroys More Artifacts in Syria and Iraq

published about 1 hour ago
Islamic State militants said they had smashed statues from the ancient city of Palmyra in Syria, and antiquities experts said a 13th-century tomb in Iraq ... more

French President Denies Julian Assange’s Request for Protection

published about 2 hours ago
In a letter, the WikiLeaks co-founder said that he sensed an openness to being granted asylum and that he had a child whose mother is ... more

As Referendum Looms, Greece’s Tourism Industry Holds Its Breath

published about 2 hours ago
Hundreds of thousands of Greeks make a living in tourism, and though officials say visits have been steady, economic tumult in the high season has ... more

Aetna Agrees to Acquire Humana for $37 Billion in Cash and Stock

published about 6 hours ago
Aetna Agrees to Acquire Humana for $37 Billion in Cash and Stock
The merger could be the first in a series of deals as the health insurance industry grapples with rising medical costs and seeks scale to ... more

Doctors Without Borders Hospital Raided in Afghanistan

published about 6 hours ago
The humanitarian group condemned a “violent intrusion” that it said had been conducted by Afghan military commandos in Kunduz.

Uber Suspends UberPop in France and Awaits Court Ruling

published about 7 hours ago
Uber Suspends UberPop in France and Awaits Court Ruling
The company said the service would be suspended and remain inactive until a French court ruled on the case.