Dignity in death has been lost as the rebel-held enclave that has held out for four years collapses.
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'Something as simple as a cigarette could have started this,' says local sergeant.
Lawyers for Green party-backed voters who filed suit say they can't afford $1 million bond ordered by court.
Police are working to determine how the 'Arbeit macht frei' sign got from the Dachau death camp to Norway.
The international fund, in coordination with UNESCO, will try to stop damage to cultural heritage sites as well as paying for restoration of those harmed by war.
Despite international incident with China, Trump tweeted Taiwanese president 'CALLED ME,' grousing that: 'Interesting how U.S. sells Taiwan billions of dollars of military equipment but I should not accept a congratulatory call.'
Two men, allegedly in possession of video footage of the embassy, arrested in a diplomatic car after visiting Iranians imprisoned on terrorism charges.
Frustrated by the deadlock in Israeli-Palestinian peace process, the president has been considering stepping up pressure. U.S. envoy: 'We will always oppose unilateral proposals.'
During three-hour speech to Fatah party, Palestinian president rejects idea of interim agreement with Israel while adding that he continues to be in touch with the French on an international peace summit.
Stein already requested recounts in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin on alleged basis of irregularities in voting process, potential for hacking.