Despite angering the royal in 2007, Leibovitz seems back in favor.
If it happens, it will be the third extension of the five-month state of emergency.
Obama is expected to echo their sentiments later this week.
Both France and Russia have said that peace talks in Geneva must continue.
The apparent U-turn contradicts testimony made by India's country's solicitor-general on Monday.
Security experts have warned this could be the first of many military flights.
The charity says the EU cannot delegate responsibility to Turkey.
Survivors are hoping that a truth and reconciliation commission may follow.
The three men who could succeed her face corruption charges of their own.
The Libya to Italy route is long and dangerous, but it may soon be the only option.
The country has so far failed to boost its flagging economic growth.
But the taxi company says it will not change its vetting process for drivers.
The paper will affect the lives of 1.3 billion Catholics.
The U.N. found that some of the deported refugees were denied the chance to claim asylum.
Paris has followed in the footsteps of Sweden, Norway and Iceland with its new bill.
President Juan Carlos Varela is frustrated at other countries stigmatizing Panama.
The militant group is not restricted by the ongoing Syrian ceasefire.
Mullah Akhtar Muhammad Mansour is hoping to end months of infighting.
Mossack Fonseca didn't realise the bank's connection to Pyongyang.
But other rebels say they won't be so welcoming to the new regime.
Among the finds was an incredibly rare 70-million-year-old dinosaur skull.
The floods are just a precursor to the summer monsoon season.
Abu Firas is believed to have died along with his son in Syria's Idlib province.
London's Saatchi Gallery is taking the most in depth look at the Rolling Stones in half a century.
A more integrated Belgium, and Europe, is cited as key to stopping future extremist attacks.