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.
The latest action by the government has forced more people to flee towards the Turkish border, which 4,000 have already crossed, BBC News reported.
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