Entire ethnic group at risk of disappearance.
Libya said the dead civilians included three children, the BBC reported.
South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard worried levees won't hold.
"I saw shabbiha [pro-Assad gunmen] setting fire to two houses," a lawyer in the Jisr-al-Shughour region told Reuters.
The Afghan president told reporters today that "peace talks have started with [the Taliban] already and it is going well."
Two soldiers fired at the plane, which carried 119 passengers, with their K-2 rifles for about 10 minutes around 4 a.m. Friday.
Efforts to make a Target store in Valley Stream, N.Y., the chain's first union shop have hit a snag: employees voted against joining the union, the company said Saturday.
A glitch in United Air Lines' computer system left thousands of passengers stranded for hours Friday night.
About 110,000 metric tons of contaminated water—about the equivalent of 40 Olympic-sized swimming pools—have accumulated since the March 11 earthquake-tsunami disaster.
Southern Chile's erupting Puyehue-Cordon-Caulle volcano chain has disrupted flights and grounded planes throughout South America, too.
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