Mina Justice was sound asleep when she received the first text from her son, Eddie Justice, who was inside Orlando's Pulse Nightclub when gunman Omar Mateen opened fire.
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It would have to be clarified whether the demolition is legally feasible, the Austria Press Agency reported.
A Polish historian hopes the Amber Room, a Russian national treasure that went missing during World War II, is safe and sound inside a German army hide-out in Poland.
Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi says it's 'squalid' that the conservative newspaper Il Giornale published the Nazi leader's rambling tome.
Prosecutors are seeking a six-year-prison sentence for Reinhold Hanning, who they say was an accessory to murder in at least 100,000 cases.
Christopher A. Tuttle of the Council of American Overseas Research said late Friday that the platform was not clearly visible from the ground, and that only images taken from above revealed the shape.
UNICEF says there are 2.8 million children out of school in the region, and child refugees are particularly at risk of exploitation and abuse, with large numbers being left with no choice but to go out to work, rather than attend school.
The Turkish president attended a prayer ceremony for Ali but would not take part in the funeral, the reason for his trip.
Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, former World Bank economist, beats Keiko Fujimori by less than 2 percent of the votes.
After Jordan's King Abdullah II dissolved the parliament in May, the balloting for 130 members of parliament will be the first under a new set of rules.