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5 Weapons the U.S. Marines Would Use to Crush China or Russia in a War

Dave Majumdar Security, They know how to win wars.  The AH-1Z also shares many common parts with the Marines’ Bell UH-1Y Venom version of the UH-1 Huey, which helps with the services logistics. However, on the downside, the Viper and...Show More Summary

Woman murdered trying to kayak entire Amazon River

Emma Kelty of London disappeared 42 days into her adventure, in an area known to be used by drug traffickers and bandits

U.S. allies grapple with Trump’s N. Korea rhetoric

South Korea plays down President’s threat, Japan largely overlooks it, North Korea yet to respond

2 more arrested in London subway bomb investigation

Metropolitan Police now holding 5 men for questioning in connection to bucket bomb that injured 30

Why Fatah and Hamas won't reconcile

The latest episode of the Hamas-Fatah reconciliation saga is not a step closer to a unity government, analysts say.

They look at us with hope, but we can only document their despair

As a photojournalist capturing the suffering of the Rohingya, I wonder whether our pictures are doing anything to help them at all.

Police arrest Catalan government official

Junior economy minister held in morning raid and local government offices searched in run-up to contentious referendum.

Abducted girl's mom finds hope in Trump's U.N. speech

Mother of girl snatched from beach by North Korean agents in 1977 says Trump's remarks "had a profound significance"

World Reacts to Trump's UN Address

President Trump's extraordinary speech to the United Nations General Assembly Tuesday has met with strong reactions from other countries—especially the ones he singled out for criticism. Cuba's Foreign Ministry says the country's UN delegation has "voiced a strong protest" against Trump's "disrespectful, unacceptable, and meddling statements," Reuters reports. In...

'Deadly air strikes' target hospitals in Syria's Idlib

War monitor says Syrian and Russian jets struck four facilities, including maternity hospital, in retaliatory assault.

Riek Machar's men blamed for deadly South Sudan raid

Women, elderly people and police among 25 killed by exiled politician's fighters in oil-rich Unity state, say officials.

At Least 25 Dead After Quake Collapses Mexico City School

Rescue operations are ongoing in Mexico, where authorities say the death toll from Tuesday's devastating 7.1 magnitude earthquake has risen to at least 224. The victims include at least 21 children and four adults killed in the collapse of the Enrique Rabsamen primary school in Mexico City's Coapa neighborhood,...

Bodies pulled from school as Mexico quake death toll keeps rising

At least 149 dead, many missing, feared trapped in collapsed buildings; first responders, ordinary citizens picking through rubble seeking survivors

Earthquake kills nearly 150 in central Mexico

Rescue workers, residents race to find survivors after deadliest tremor in 32 years kills nearly 150 in central Mexico.

World Leaders Don’t Understand Women—And That’s Hurting Gender Equality, Study Finds

A survey of policymakers in five developing countries found many are 'operating in the dark' about the challenges girls and women face.

Russia investigation may be nearing a turning point

A series of recent reports suggest special counsel Robert Mueller may be preparing to go public with new allegations in the Russia investigation. CBSN political contributor and Boston Herald columnist Michael Graham and The Hill's Molly Hopper join "Red & Blue" to discuss.

At Least 65 Victims Found in Mass Grave in Bosnia

Forensic experts say they have retrieved the remains of at least 65 victims from a mass grave in central Bosnia, the site of one of the most gruesome crimes of the country's 1992-95 war. Lejla Cengic from Bosnia's Missing Persons Institute said Tuesday that remains including 65 skulls have been...

Sheikh Tamim takes Gulf crisis to global audience

Qatar's emir appeals to world leaders before meeting US President Trump on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.

Hurricane Maria Continues to Strengthen, Hits 175mph

Category 5 Hurricane Maria's maximum sustained winds have increased to 175mph, the AP reports. The National Hurricane Center in Miami says an Air Force Reserve hurricane hunter plane took the reading Tuesday evening as the storm was about 70 miles southeast of St. Croix. Maria is moving west-northwest at 10mph...

Deadliest Earthquake to Hit Mexico in Three Decades Kills 119 People From Pacific Ocean to Gulf

The death toll from Mexico Cities massive magnitude 1.7 earthquake has risen to 119, which marks it as the deadliest earthquake to hit Mexico since the 1985 earthquake that killed thousands.

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