North Korea rocket launch may spur US missile defense buildup in Asia
WASHINGTON North Korea's latest rocket launch might kick off a buildup of U.S. missile defense systems in Asia, U.S. officials and missile defense experts said, something that could further strain U.S.-China ties and also hurt relations between Beijing ...
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Two more Taiwan quake survivors found, toll could exceed 100
TAINAN, Taiwan Rescuers pulled two survivors from the rubble of a Taiwan apartment block on Monday more than 48 hours after it was toppled by an earthquake, but the mayor of the southern city of Tainan warned the death toll was likely to exceed 100.
In Earthquake-Rattled Taiwan, A Somber Start To Lunar New Year
Taiwan earthquake: Tin cans found in the construction of toppled highrise
Collapsed Taiwan highrise built with tin cans
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Citing Betrayal, Some Syrian Rebels Withdraw From Front
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February 08, 2016 4:39 AM. GAZIANTEP, TURKEY—. Syrian rebels in northern Syria have come under an intense week-long bombing campaign by Russian warplanes. The insurgents, who also have been trying to hold on in the face of a coordinated ground ...
Aleppo siege marks upheaval on Syrian battlefield
Germany's Merkel in Turkey for Talks Over Migrants
Turkey: Refugee limit reached
Two Members of Jihadi John's 'Beatles' Execution Cell Named as Alexe Kotey and Aine Davis
Jihadi John ISIS 'Beatles' Execution Cell A masked, black-clad militant, identified as Mohammed Emwazi, brandishes a knife in this still image from a 2014 video obtained on February 26, 2015. Two of his accomplices in an infamous execution cell have ...
Another member of ISIS execution squad reportedly identified
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Islamic State jailer ID'd as Londoner
Haiti's mood grim as president leaves with no replacement, Carnival delayed
PORT-AU-PRINCE Michel Martelly stepped down as Haitian president on Sunday, leaving a deeply divided country in the hands of a disputed interim government, while the first day of Carnival celebrations was canceled as violent protests erupted. The mood ...
Martelly leaves office with Haiti in crisis
Haiti's president departs to make way for interim government
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