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In 1901, U.S. troops took them from a church following an attack by machete-wielding villagers. The Americans also reportedly killed thousands of locals.
Only one of seven Marines aboard a fuel tanker and a fighter jet that collided last week survived the accident, the corps said.
"Thankfully they haven't locked me in the Tower of London," tweeted the Labour MP who grabbed a ceremonial mace to protest a delay in the Brexit vote.
The Labour MP who grabbed the ceremonial mace was expelled from the House of Commons for what he said was a protest against the prime minister's delay of a Brexit vote.
Russia sent 2 nuclear-capable bombers to Venezuela, following Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's visit to Moscow last week.
Haley succeeded on the world stage because of her credibility. Nauert will need a significant investment from Trump to achieve the same status.
Popkov, one of Russia's deadliest serial killers and nicknamed the "maniac of Angarsk," killed his victims with axes, knives or screwdrivers, police said.
Joao Teixeira de Faria's website says he has treated former U.S. President Bill Clinton and Brazil's ex-President Luiz Inacio da Silva.
Scores of Prime Minister Theresa May's own lawmakers openly opposed the withdrawal agreement that she negotiated with the European Union.
Tens of thousands of police have been deployed in response to the "gilets jaunes" movement.
With more than 1,000 people dying each year on London's horse-and-buggy-clogged roads, city leaders knew they had to do something to control traffic.
Damages from the protests will have to be paid for by the government, the public and insurers, said France's Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire.
Security-camera video, obtained from a restaurant in the town of Tulkarem, shows the 22-year-old walking in an alleyway holding a stick when he is shot from behind.
Hundreds of U.S. states, cities, businesses and churches planted the American flag at the U.N. climate talks to show that many in the United States remain committed to curbing global warming.
May is fighting to save her unpopular plan and her job ahead of a showdown in Parliament planned for Tuesday, when lawmakers are widely expected to reject the Brexit divorce deal she struck with the European Union.
Meng faces extradition to the United States after being arrested in Vancouver last week. A bail hearing is set to resume on Monday.
Negotiators aim to smooth deadlocks, finalize the details of the 2015 Paris Agreement despite oil exporters' rejection of climate reports.
"The idea of the E.U. is to give people rights and benefits ... more than the fact that you don't have to show your passport at the border."
Egyptian authorities are investigating images of Danish photographer Andreas Hvid having sex on top of the Great Pyramid of Giza.
The protests that began earlier this month against planned tax hikes on gas have since morphed into a wider rebuke of Emmanuel Macron's presidency.