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"It was nearly a rocket. Surviving was incredible," Frits van Amersfoort, the owner of Van Amersfoort Racing, said.
The Saudi monarch instead reiterated his support for his son's signature initiative to turn around around the oil-dependent economy and cut unemployment.
One in five primary schools and one in eight secondary schools globally do not have any toilets, the group WaterAid said in a new report.
The British PM said "engineers from Sydney or software developers from Delhi" would no longer find themselves in line behind people from E.U. countries.
Beltran Leyva was transferred on Sunday from prison to hospital minutes after security officers noticed he had severe pain in his chest.
Truces rarely hold entirely in Yemen's disorderly civil war, where fighting is on several fronts, and peace talks attempts abroad have repeatedly broken down.
Demonstrators want a probe into the spending of $3.8 billion Haiti received as part of a Venezuelan program that provided the country with subsidized oil.
The 12,300-feet Volcano of Fire is one of the most active in Central America.
"We're sounding like Trump's America here in Mexico," said Francis Belmontes, who doesn't want the Central Americans in the border city.
Papua New Guinea's prime minister, Peter O'Neill, said that "the entire world is worried" about tensions between China and the U.S.
About a century after Americans commandeered the phone for personal chit-chat, what is left? Personal chit-chat — very personal chit-chat.
"I want to run my own coffee shop one day. And I want kids from all over the world to come and share this coffee with me," said Julián Murillo, 8.
In a letter to Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg, the United National Party said it feared information sharing with what it calls the country's "illegal" government could lead to a crackdown against its supporters.
The border city welcomed Haitian refugees two years ago, but the latest migrant caravan is unpopular with the mayor and some residents.
Caravan members who traveled to the border on foot from Central America start the lengthy process of applying for political asylum in the U.S.
Nominally about the adventures of Newt Scamander and his American pals in Paris, the film is thwarted by its many subplots and cameos.
Child marriage increases the chances of girls' dropping out of education, living in poverty and becoming victims of domestic violence.
The San Juan was some 270 miles off Argentina's Patagonian coast when it sent its last signal.
If the Iranian-American dies in custody, it could trigger a crisis between the United States and Iran.
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