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Though residents and combatants in eastern Ukraine say they don't think it will last.
Ahmed Abu Khatallah was taken aboard a Navy warship after his seizure by US special ops in a raid on the outskirts of Benghazi.
French media reported that Mehdi Nemmouche was suspected of having stayed with Islamist jihadist groups last year.
On Sunday, police flooded major cities in Vietnam trying to avert anti-China protests.
It's their Al Qaeda, they say.
State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said the representative offices of the Syrian National Coalition would now be considered a 'foreign mission' under US law.
The performers are in critical condition but expected to survive.
France estimates the number of its nationals directly or indirectly involved in the Syrian civil war at about 700.
It's the fourth attack the opposition has reported this month.
Saturday's polls closed without much of the Taliban's promised violence, but a bomb killed 2 and destroyed ballots on Sunday.
John Kerry's attempts to broker peace between Israel and Palestine unraveled this week. Now all eyes are on envoy Martin Indyk.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the real death toll could be as high as 220,000.
The North lashed out after the UN condemned its recent missile launch.
The Obama administration has been criticized by some in Congress for failing to do more in Syria, where 140,000 people have been killed.
Bad loans to a contractor of Mexico's state oil company spell trouble and lower 2013 results for Citigroup.