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The fate of 18-month-old Marius shocked animal lovers around the world.
A total of 8,615 civilian casualties were recorded in 2013, with 2,959 killed and 5,656 wounded.
The would-be hijacker "said the hands of Yanukovych and Putin were drenched in blood."
The actor's death is being investigated, but appears to be an overdose. Here's a look at some of his best work in film.
90,000 households without power across the Alpine country.
Kerry said the status quo could not be maintained if peace talks fail.
The average North Korean consumes only half the amount of rice and corn he's supposed to in a day.
In the letter, Allen's adopted daughter asks Hollywood stars Cate Blanchett, Alec Baldwin and Louis C.K.: "What if it had been your child?"
The trial, set to reopen Saturday, was adjourned to allow for further examination of video footage showing clashes between pro- and anti-Morsi protesters which may be linked to the case.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 85 people were killed, including 65 civilians, 10 of whom were children.
Syria's foreign minister said US Secretary of State John Kerry must apologize for saying Assad 'will not be part' of any transitional government.
Mt. Sinabung erupted Saturday morning, sending hot rocks and ash up to 16,000 feet into the air and killing at least 14 people.
Swedish marines dance and lip-sync John Travolta and the rest of the 'Grease' cast in a somewhat impressive parody of 'Greased Lightnin.'
Sorry Chris Christie but these gnarly traffic jams are winning.
In a civil war that's not just rebels vs. Assad, but also rebels vs. rebels and rebels vs. other fighters, keeping track of who's fighting whom is challenging to say the least.
Rodman is in Pyongyang in time for the North Korean leader's birthday. And he sees nothing wrong with that.
You also like weed. And you really can't believe how much pollution there is in China.
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