Exxon says: “We are assessing the impact of the sanctions.”
Ukraine’s denials that it is shelling targets in populated areas are looking increasingly flimsy.
Obama also says lethal aid to Kiev is not on the table.
“We have come to conclude that these men were acting on their own.”
A Liberian government employee on his way to a conference became the first Ebola death in Nigeria. But a specialist unit in Monrovia is ill-prepared to respond to the number of patients.
Hashmat Karzai, a U.S. citizen, is the second member of the Karzai family to be assassinated since 2011.
No one sneeze!
“Do you want the Manpad that you supplied to the opposition to be the one that shot down the Malaysian airplane?”
Hamas reportedly rejects call for cease-fire following a barrage of strikes on Tuesday. “We need to be prepared for a protracted campaign in Gaza,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warns.
France. Germany. Britain. Netherlands. Belgium.
Everyone agrees that 16 people died in an attack on a U.N. school in Gaza last week. Everything else — from how it happened to who is responsible — remains up for grabs.
Doctors say the medical response to Nigeria’s first Ebola case has been swift. But deaths are still mounting in three West African nations.
More than 1,000 people have now died in East Ukraine’s ongoing war.
Mikhail Saakashvili called the charges against him a “farce,” according to reports.
Fighting among rival militias has ignited a fuel depot close to the Tripoli airport. Western governments have ordered their citizens to leave the country.
“For too long a time in Europe, pro-life people did not really say clearly and directly what they believe.” After years on the margins of European politics, social conservatives are learning to fight back.
“This is a big problem … I am very angry — because I’m human. This is not fair warfare.”
Special Inspector General’s report says the Pentagon gave hundreds of thousands of rifles, machine guns, and other small arms to the Afghan police and army. But now the military can’t track who has them.
Hague court of arbitration rules against Russian government in landmark Yukos case.
This week marks the outbreak of World War I, a century ago. Photographer Peter Macdiarmid brings us closer to history with blended photos from the past.
The journalist and presenter just returned from Gaza, where he met adults and children wounded by Israeli attacks.
Gaza is running out of drinking water, food, and medical supplies. A short cease-fire this weekend revealed the extent of the damage from Israel’s offensive.
The deadly disease has spread to at least three major West African urban centers. The World Health Organization reports at least 660 have died from the disease since February.
The al-Qaeda-linked group Al-Nusra Front claims that American citizen Moner Mohammad Abu-Salha, who grew up in Florida, carried out a suicide bombing in the city of Idlib, Syria on May 25.
And evidence that separatists are using weapons provided by Russia against the Ukrainian military.
Ukraine has launched an offensive to retake key towns in the east near the crash site.