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Search teams comb sea for EgyptAir black boxes

The flight from Paris to Cairo crashed last Thursday, killing all 66 people on board

Clues only raise more questions about doomed EgyptAir flight

U.S. Navy found over 100 pieces of debris and the first audio from the plane's flight deck has been released

Obama lifts Vietnam arms embargo during historic trip

The president announced the move at a meeting with Vietnam's president Monday morning in Hanoi

Bombs, rockets tear through Syrian regime strongholds

Scores of people killed in Mediterranean coastal towns -- near Russian bases -- which had largely avoided worst of 5-year civil war

Obama lifts U.S. arms embargo on Vietnam

Announces controversial move in Hanoi at start of trip to Vietnam and Japan

Obama in Vietnam before heading to Japan

Seeking to strengthen ties with Hanoi while pressing for better human rights record; will visit Hiroshima as he confronts legacies of Vietnam War and WW II

2 climbers still missing on Mt. Everest after 2 die

About 30 climbers have developed frostbite or become sick near the summit in recent days; two climbers die within days of each other

Priest pleads for divine intervention to fix potholes in street

Spanish priest says he has given up hope that local authorities in his parish will fix the potholes in the roads

Two climbers die within days of each other on Mt. Everest

Climbers have been experiencing brutal conditions on Mt. Everest this week with two climbers dying and many more suffering from frostbite and altitude sickness

Searchers focus on missing EgyptAir flight data recorders

About 180 miles off the Egyptian coast, the search continues for the black box data recorders from EgyptAir Flight 804

Taliban says its leader was killed by a U.S. drone strike

The Afghan government says the leader of the Taliban - Mullah Akhtar Mansour - was killed this weekend in a U.S. drone strike in Pakistan

Iraq announces start of major anti-ISIS operation

Iraqi prime minister says military operations to retake the ISIS-held city of Fallujah west of Baghdad will be "a moment of great victory"

Deadly volcano erupts in Indonesia

The death toll from a volcanic eruption in Sumatra province of Indonesia has risen to at least 7

Another U.S.-led assassination on its soil angers Pakistan

Pakistan says U.S. attacks on its soil against terrorists violate their sovereignty; the U.S. keeps blaming Pakistan for harboring terrorists

Egypt deploys submarine in hunt for Flight 804 clues

Egyptian president making grand gestures to show his country's commitment to solving the mystery of the crashed passenger jet

A British designer's innovative visions

In Thomas Heatherwick's work, from building projects across the globe to household furniture, you won't find a signature style

Capt. Sully weighs in on EgyptAir 804 crash

Sullenberger, the pilot who successfully landed a 2009 flight in the Hudson, talked about the crash causes that are "on the table"

?British designer Thomas Heatherwick's brand of provocation

The man who never espouses a signature style says similarlity in global design is the enemy of soulfulness

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