British intelligence services stop several attacks in the past year.
The Pentagon said that the airstrike was carried out in Raqqa.
The Chinese e-commerce giant far outstripped its sales from last year.
The fallout from the World Anti-Doping Agency's report continues.
Volunteers at the center say the number of people on the strikes is increasing.
The two-day long protests were sparked by the death of an Iranian Kurdish refugee.
Aung San Suu Kyi's party is leading in nearly all the districts where vote counting has been completed.
The country has already executed at least 151 people this year.
'A Head Full of Dreams' will be the band's seventh, and possibly, final album.
ABC News reported that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security want tighter restrictions.
Dozens are feared dead after the dam, holding back waste water, burst.
The U.K. government says it has received new intelligence about the tragedy.
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Neither governments nor families know quite what to do with the returning soldiers.
Charvet, the world's first shirt shop, is still without equal.
Online testimonies survivors gave to a British inquiry into child abuse were mysteriously deleted.
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Médecins Sans Frontières warn that health facilities are no longer protected in conflict zones .
Some asylum seekers were beaten with baseball bats in two separate incidents this weekend.
China's support will be crucial in December's climate change talks.
Osborne will meet Germany's finance minister and vice chancellor.
The latest recording from Ayman al-Zawahri suggests greater unity between Al-Qaeda and ISIS.
144 of those killed were returned to Russia on Sunday, with more expected to arrive on Monday night.