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What We Know So Far About the Germanwings Plane Crash

'I would say that if one person kills himself and also 149 people another word should be used, not suicide'

Watch Benedict Cumberbatch Read a Poem at Richard III’s Reburial

The actor is also a distant relative of King Richard III, who died 530 years ago

How Pilots Are Screened for Depression and Suicide

While it’s not clear exactly why Germanwings Flight 9525 crashed into a French mountainside, the black box from the cockpit raises questions about whether mental health issues were involved, and how aviation officials identify and monitor the mental health of pilots. Public Prosecutor Brice Robin said that the cockpit recordings suggest the lead pilot was…

The Most Challenging Oil and Gas Projects in the World

As easy oil runs out, drillers are forced to look in difficult places for new sources of oil

Why Nigeria’s Elections Could Trigger Renewed Violence

Incumbent Goodluck Jonathan and challenger Muhammadu Buhari are neck and neck, setting the stage for violence, or worse, in Saturday's election.

The Battle for Jerusalem

Jews and Muslims are intensifying their struggle over the city’s most passionately contested holy site. Will it lead to war?

This Is the Germanwings Pilot Accused of Crashing the Plane

French investigators say co-pilot Andreas Lubitz intentionally locked the pilot out of the cockpit and crashed the packed airliner into the Alps

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Cuba on the Cusp As U.S. policy softens, the island that time forgot prepares for change Unlocking the Secrets of PTSD New efforts to understand exactly how posttraumatic stress disorder affects the brain could reshape treatment for military veterans The Varsity Sport of the Virtual World The newest route to college is through a video…

Take a Walk Through the Streets of Cuba

TIME contract photographer Yuri Kozyrev takes us to Havana

Iran Calls Saudi Airstrikes in Yemen ‘Dangerous Step’

The U.S. is coordinating military and intelligence support with the Saudis but not taking part directly in the strikes – although many other regional players are involved

Saudis Begin Air Strikes Against Houthi Rebels in Yemen

Vowing to do "anything necessary" to protect its neighbor from Iran-backed Shi'ite rebels

Yemen On the Brink of All-Out War as Rebels Move South

Analysts fear all-out warfare could allow Al Qaeda to grow in strength and stature

Israel’s Netanyahu Tapped to Form New Government

(JERUSALEM) — Israel’s president has formally tapped Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to form a new government, giving the Israeli leader up to six weeks to put together a new ruling coalition. Netanyahu’s Likud Party captured 30 seats in last week’s national election, making it the largest party in the 120-seat parliament. Although his party does…

Boko Haram Kidnaps Hundreds of Nigerian Civilians, Official Says

The Islamic rebels went to Damasak's primary schools and rounded up students and teachers

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