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Red Cross suspends Afghan operations after deadly attack

[2017-02-10 08:06]

The International Committee of the Red Cross suspended operations in Afghanistan on Wednesday after gunmen killed six employees helping deliver emergency relief to a remote northern region hit by heavy snowstorms.

App helps artists to strike a chord

[2017-02-09 14:07]

For years, violence kept most of Pakistan's aspiring young musicians from following their dreams, whether the threat of Taliban militant attacks or gang wars in the crowded southern port city of Karachi.

If you ghost do you throw shade? Dictionary adds words to website

[2017-02-09 14:07]

The next time someone throws shade at you for ghosting them so you can binge-watch a TV show or retreat to your safe space, you can let them know your behavior has been recognized by the United States' leading dictionary publisher.

At a cool $250m, mega-mansion is priciest US listing

[2017-02-09 14:07]

In the exclusive Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles sits a new monument to opulence, a $250 million mega-mansion that's now the most expensive home listed for sale in the United States.

Clinic accused of Alzheimer's mistakes

[2017-02-09 14:07]

Shawn Blazsek knew a string of concussions from high school football and boxing was catching up with him. He would go days without sleeping and was forgetting how to tie his shoes. Still, at age 33, he was stunned after being told he had Alzheimer's disease.

Brinkley, 63, back in bikini for magazine

[2017-02-09 14:07]

At the age of 63, supermodel Christie Brinkley has become the oldest woman to appear in the famous Swimsuit edition of Sports Illustrated, posing in a red bikini and black one-piece alongside her daughters.

Political disarray hits Olympic joy

[2017-02-09 14:07]

When Pyeongchang was awarded the 2018 Olympics six years ago, many South Koreans felt that the first Winter Games on home snow would herald their entry into the top tier of rich nations.

Australia Post chief's $4.3m pay draws fire

[2017-02-09 14:07]

An Australian Senate committee has revealed that that country's mail chief is the nation's highest paid public servant and made A$5.6 million ($4.3 million) last year.

Travel ban in hands of appeals court

[2017-02-09 14:07]

A federal appeals court will decide whether to reinstate President Donald Trump's travel ban after a contentious hearing in which the judges hammered away at the administration's motivations for the ban, but also directed pointed questions to an attorney for two states trying to overturn it.

Brexit bill set to clear major hurdle

[2017-02-09 14:07]

Lawmakers look set to approve a bill on Wednesday empowering Prime Minister Theresa May to start Brexit negotiations, in a major step toward the United Kingdom leaving the European Union.

Sarkozy faces trial over reelection

[2017-02-09 14:07]

Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy is to face trial on charges of illegally financing his failed 2012 re-election bid, causing more trouble for the country's right-wing Republicans party.

Dozens injured in Louisiana tornadoes

[2017-02-09 14:07]

Six tornadoes tore through New Orleans and other parts of Louisiana on Tuesday, injuring about 40 people as the storm roared across highways and streets, leveling trees, power lines and homes.

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