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Shot down? Crashed in the Southern Indian Ocean? Aliens?
Alien Abduction? Stolen by Russia? What Happened to MH370?
A year on from the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370, an extraordinary amount of key data remains unknown.
Gruesome Details Open Boston Bombing Trial
Clouds of smoke, improvised tourniquets and screams of pain were evoked in the first day of the Boston Marathon bombing trial.
Putin Says Nemtsov Murder Has 'Political Subtext'
The Kremlin has denied any involvement, saying that the killing was a “provocation” designed to discredit Putin.
Iran Nuclear Deal Could Be Close
”We are prepared to work round the clock in order to reach an agreement,” Mohammad Javad Zarif told NBC News.
Wanted: A Credible Response to Putin’s Nuclear Threat
Russia’s plan to launch nuclear strikes must be met head on by NATO.
Abid Naseer Found Guilty in NYC Bomb Plot
Naseer was found guilty of supporting Al-Qaeda and conspiring to set off bombs.
Obamas Launch ‘Let Girls Learn’ Education Initiative
"A good education can lift you from the most humble circumstances into a life you never could have imagined."
Al-Qaeda Losing ‘Deadly Competition’ With ISIS
The terror group’s popularity and support is waning, as rival groups become increasingly popular.
Ukip Immigration Points System 'Incompatible With EU Membership'
Stopping free movement of peoples incompatible with UK staying in EU, says MEP.
Aleppo Blast Targets Government Intel HQ: Monitor
Rebels and security personnel are among the dead, according to reports.
How Much of a Threat Are Returning Jihadists?
Almost all the American Islamist fighters who went overseas ended up dead or in prison.
Mysterious Kazakhstan Sleeping Sickness ‘Could Spread’
Leading professor who studied the village for four years is concerned that the unidentified illness may escalate.
Putin to Visit Iran Soon, Says Tehran
According to a Russian parliamentary advisor, the trip could take place as soon as next month.
Almost 1,000 Migrants Rescued Over 24 Hours in Mediterranean Boat Crossings
The North African migrants were on seven vessels which were rescued in a single day this week, Italian and Tunisian authorities said on Wednesday.
33 Miners Dead in Donetsk Mine Explosion
The explosion rocked a mine in the war-torn, separatist-held region.
Can the Private Sector Replace NGOs in the Developing World?
One company is out to prove the private sector can solve the world's ailments.
Ex-UK Royal Marine Killed Fighting ISIS in Syria
Erik Scurfield is believed to be the first Briton killed fighting against Islamic State.
Russia Orders Surprise Test of Central Nuclear Base
Russia has been carrying out frequent tests and drills of its nuclear capabilities since pulling out of an inspection agreement with the U.S.
China Increases Military Budget by 10%
China say they plan to spend $145 billion in 2015, despite their economy slowing down.
Dozens of Miners Missing Feared Dead in Rebel East Ukraine
Officials have said that the blast at the Donetsk mine is unconnected to the fighting going on nearby.
Cheers for Netanyahu Speech, But Trouble for Israel in Washington
Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech may earn him praise from the Israeli right, but the U.S.-Israel alliance could remain strained.
Britain's Ukip Pledges to Return Immigration Levels to 'Normality'
Nigel Farage said that he would no longer be focusing on creating a definitive 'cap' for immigration numbers.
French Police to Hunt Operators of Mystery Paris Drones
Around 60 flights over Paris and nuclear plants since October as French government urges vigilance.
Study Points to Climate Change Fueling War in Syria
A drought blamed on climate change caused demographic shifts that set the stage for conflict.
Australian Drug Smugglers Scheduled For Execution: Report
The planned executions have ratcheted up diplomatic tensions amid repeated pleas of mercy for the pair from Australia.
Villarrica Volcano Erupts in Chile
Thousands were evacuated from nearby towns.
Afghan War Is Over, but U.S. Drone Strikes Continue
A new report confirmed five airstrikes that killed between 35 and 44 people in 2015.
Arrests, Mall Closure in Canada After Threats
Halifax police descended on the Mic Mac Mall in neighboring Dartmouth and then moved on two nearby addresses.
12,000 Russian Soldiers in Ukraine, U.S. Commander Says
The Russian forces are made up of military advisers, weapons operators and combat troops.