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Is This the Uninhabited Pacific Island Where Amelia Earhart Spent Her Last Moments?

A new expedition will look for clues to support the theory that the famed aviator survived a crash landing on her 1937 voyage

More Than 2,300 People Have Now Died in India’s Heatwave

The monsoon rains, promising relief from the heat, have not yet arrived

Soccer’s New York Cosmos to Play in Havana in Game of U.S.-Cuban Detente

The last professional soccer team to visit Cuba was the Chicago Sting in 1978

Boat With More Than 450 People Sinks in China’s Yangtze River

Rescue work was under way but strong winds and rain were hampering the search

Could Middle East Switch From Oil to Renewable Superpower?

Decreasing prices in solar power could provide opportunities for oil-poor countries

See Love Locks All Over the World

Paris began removing locks from the Pont des Arts on June 1. See the bridge in all its glory, then other locations that still flaunt the romance

This is How the Queen of England Gets Paid

The Queen has a private income, a government grant and revenues from estates

Welcome to Twitter Town Where All Local Services Are Provided via Twitter

In the Spanish town of Jun you can call the street cleaner or the police with a tweet

How Long Can OPEC Maintain Its Current Strategy?

If prices don’t recover, and U.S. is not making big cut backs on shale production, the grumbling within OPEC could grow louder

Greece Needs a New Government to Avert Bankruptcy Say Analysts

Goldman Sachs says the current government has reached the end of the road after failing to deliver an unrealistic promise

Australian Opposition Party Backs Same-Sex Marriage

Labor party leader Bill Shorten has proposed a bill recognizing same-sex marriages

More Than 680 in South Korea Isolated Over MERS Virus Fears

The disease can cause breathing problems, pneumonia and kidney failure

Matt Dillon Puts Rare Celebrity Spotlight on Rohingya

"They are being strangled slowly, they have no hope for the future and nowhere to go"

More Than 5,000 Migrants Rescued on the Mediterranean Since Friday

They left Libya in 25 boats, and were picked up by vessels and aircraft from several European countries

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