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Their ten metre long boat was in distress less than one mile off Lampedusa, the Coast Guard said. It was reportedly carrying more than 160 migrants from Libya.
Protesters burned tyres and blocked some roads on November 24 in the southern city of Basra, preventing government employees from reaching offices
Russian winter swimmers, also known as 'walruses' in the country, took to the freezing waters of Lake Baikal to mark national Walrus Day.
Such is the rate of global warming that scientists predict that the Lost Mountain glacier in northern Spain will disappear altogether within twenty years.
More than 1,000 people marched through New Delhi to celebrate India’s sexual diversity — but they said there is a long way to go to find acceptance.
Colombian Valentin Rodriguez and Brazilian Mikaili Sol soared to success in the freestyle Kiteboarding World Championships in Combuco on Saturday.
Storms across France, Italy and Greece over the weekend have killed at least six people, and left one more missing.
"I really want to answer all these questions, and I promise you I absolutely will come back on the show and answer these questions," Nunes told Fox News.
"There's not a Democrat who watched the last two weeks and said, 'Gosh, this is a weaker case than I thought it was,'" said Rep. Jim Himes.
The U.S. intelligence community has said that Russia hacked the DNC in 2016. Sen. John Kennedy said that "it could also be" Ukraine.
A small passenger plane carrying at least 17 people crashed shortly after takeoff Sunday in Congo's eastern city of Goma.
"Very stupid people thought I would gain," Trump tweeted. "Wrong!"
Inhabitants are used to seasonal deluges but were not prepared for recent onslaughts, which plunged more than 80 percent of the city under water.
His campaign ad promotes Bloomberg's record as mayor and then promises "to rebuild the country and restore faith in the dream that defines us."
While some officials have declined to testify, the House Intelligence Committee chairman says, "we are not willing to go the months and months and months of rope-a-dope in the courts."
A 355ft tall building, damaged in a fatal fire last year, was successfully demolished, sending a massive cloud of rubble into the air.
The law's effects are real almost a year later, experts say. But some are concerned whether the bipartisan alliance that produced it can hold together.
NBC News reported that refugees in Uganda said workers for UNHCR, the U.N. refugee agency, wanted bribes for everything from medicine to U.S. resettlement.
At least 24 people died after a plane crashed into a densely populated neighbourhood in the city of Goma in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo shortly after take-off on Sunday.
The district elections were being viewed as a key test of public support for protests that have shaken the territory for months.
The test for the Johnson, who is fighting his first election as prime minister, is how he acts when the laughter stops.