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Egyptian photographer Islam Osama captured the moment Shaimaa al-Sabbagh was killed during peaceful protests in Cairo on Jan. 24
Hospitals are appealing to residents to donate blood for the wounded
(THE HAGUE, Netherlands) — The director of Dutch national broadcaster NOS says an armed man entered the building of the broadcaster and demanded airtime on television. Jan de Jong, director of the NOS, told national radio “Someone got into the building” and added that the man had been detained. The Thursday evening edition of the…
From fireworks in Munich to tiger cubs in London, TIME shares the most outrageous images from January 2015
Police pistols are no match for assault rifles such as those carried by the Paris gunmen
Clooney is representing Armenia before Europe's top human rights court
Mancera said the blast apparently was caused by a leak in the hose carrying gas from the truck to the hospital
More is on the way as Iraq plans on doubling oil exports from its fields in the north near the city of Kirkuk
No one really knows the answer, but the data suggests that prices will find a bottom as soon as this balancing is felt by the market. Or not
The event is expected to mark the first time that President Obama has appeared in public with the Tibetan leader
The President pushed his Pentagon chief, then praised him.
The cases of the Japanese hostage, the Jordanian pilot and the Iraqi prisoner held in Jordan have become intertwined in recent days
Diego Lagomarsino had been in hiding since Alberto Nisman, the prosecutor investigating the deadly 1994 bombing of a Jewish community center, was found dead with a gunshot wound to the head.
Insurgents are increasingly targeting local police and Afghan forces after most foreign troops withdrew at the end of last month
92 bodies are still missing
Child said he supported Charlie Hebdo attackers
Can Saudia Arabia find a middle path?
He’s the mayor of London, and the joker of U.K. politics. But he wants to be the next prime minister
Israel remains on alert
They're seeking more than a half a trillion dollars