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Human rights group say raids have struck towns, caused civilian casualties.
There were 15 times the number of dogs permitted living in the residence.
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3-D maps of the Indian Ocean floor will aid the hunt for the Malaysian jet that vanished.
President Obama repeats an election year question that Ronald Reagan used 34 years ago.
Senator believe league must do more to change its culture.
Testimony resumes in city's historic bankruptcy trial.
Five more bodies found near summit of Mount Ontake.
Jury to decide whether convicted killer should be sentenced to death or life in prison.
Says Americans would support sending in combat troops if U.S. goals were clear.
Israel's prime minister tells Arabs that fighting Islamist extremists can forge bonds.
The alarm box at the front entrance had been muted, an official says.
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Soon, the Truckee River will lose its flow.
Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai replaces Hamid Karzai.
Beijing's refusal to allow a genuine choice of candidates for election in 2017 is behind chaotic scenes.
Joseph Weekley is charged with involuntary manslaughter in Aiyana Stanley-Jones' death.
Protests in Hong Kong are like nothing the city has seen in decades. Why is this happening now?
First-time offenders will be released without having to post bond.
Police match forensic evidence from remains of a Va. Tech student who went missing in 2009.