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Lufthansa, Germanwings Execs Visit French Crash Site Memorial

Carsten Spohr, Lufthansa CEO, said there were no words to express company's sorrow at what had occurred in French Alps crash.

Does Video Show Doomed Germanwings Jet's Final Seconds?

A video apparently showing the chaotic final seconds on board the Germanwings flight that crashed last week has been reportedly discovered.

Should Pilots Be Forced to Release Their Medical Records?

As investigators figure out why Andreas Lubitz may have crashed the Germanwings jet, there are calls for airlines to access pilots' medical history.

What's at Stake for Nigeria's New President?

Nigeria has a new president. Retired Gen. Muhammadu Buhari has promised to lead Africa's biggest democracy out of corruption and economic free fall.

Confidentiality Rules Should Not Be Weakened, Psychologist Says

Juergen Margraf, psychology professor at Germany's Ruhr University, said strict rules of medical confidentiality were useful.

'Change Has Come,' Nigeria's Next President Declares

Nigeria's president-elect, former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari, pledged a change in government style for his administration.

Ex-Dictator Elected Nigerian President in Historic Vote

Gen. Muhammadu Buhari defeated President Goodluck Jonathan after the incumbent of five years conceded early Wednesday.

World's Oldest Known Person Dies at 117

Misao Okawa, 117, died early Wednesday at a nursing home in Osaka. She was born on March 5, 1898.

Obama Briefed on Iran Nuke Talks After Deadline Passes

"Enough progress" was made to justify continuing negotiations past a March 31 deadline and into Wednesday, the State Department said.

Exuberant Crowds Celebrate Ex-Dictator's Election Win

Opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari, a former military dictator, became the first Nigerian to oust a president through the ballot box.

U.S. Boosts New Ebola Drug

The U.S. government says it will help develop a new Ebola drug - one of five drugs that are being tested against the deadly virus.

Celebrations in Nigeria following APC Election Win

Supporters of opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari descended on the streets to celebrate the APC party election win.

Houthi Women Protest Against Yemen Airstrikes

Houthi women in Yemen protested in the streets today to express their anger at Saudi led airstrikes in the country.

Iraqi PM: Troops Liberated Heart of Tikrit From ISIS

The prime minister announced "the liberation of Tikrit" but commanders said troops are still around 300 yards from the center of the city.

With Fake Website, Con Man Emails His Way Out of Prison

A British con man used a cellphone to create a fake government website and then emailed prison officials to set him free.

Turkish Prosecutor Reportedly Held at Gunpoint Dies

An outlawed revolutionary group took a Turkish prosecutor hostage and said they would kill him at 3:30 p.m. local times, according to reports.

Iran Nuclear Talks Extended Into Wednesday

Talks on an Iranian nuclear deal have made enough progress to continue past Tuesday night's deadline, the U.S. said.

U.S. Seeking Culprit for 'Monstrous Weapon' in Syria

Power said all evidence suggests the regime of Bashar Assad carried out a chlorine gas attack.

Inside Iran: Ready for Change?

In the lead-up to Iran's pivotal 2009 election, Ann Curry explores this nation of contrasts and contradictions.

Inside Iran: Medical Care and Social Change

In Iran, it's illegal to be gay, but sex change surgery is subsidized by the state.

Co-Pilot Told Lufthansa in 2009 of 'Severe Depression'

The airline said it had gone back to German investigators to provide additional information.

#TwitterDiplomacy: The Making of a Nuclear Deal

Ann Curry explores how a combination of high-level secret negotiations and social media brought the USA and Iran back to the negotiating table.

Jailed U.S. Dad Fears for Life as Bombs Rain on Yemen

In a telephone interview with the campaign group Reprieve, Sharif Mobley, a 31-year-old American father-of-three imprisoned in Yemen, talks about airstrikes targeting the facility where he is imprisoned.

Crowds Gather In Canada to Watch Reindeer Migration

More than three thousand reindeer migrated from their wintering grounds in Jimmy Lake to their breeding grounds on Richards Island, delighting spectators.

Watch Wild Rhino Wreak Havoc on Streets of Nepal

A rhinoceros that wandered off a wildlife reserve, and went on a deadly rampage, is captured on cell phone video running through the streets of a town in central Nepal.

Lufthansa Insurers Allot $300M Over Alps Crash

Last week, the company offered immediate aid of up to 50,000 euros ($54,250) per passenger to relatives of the victims.

Fierce Fighting in Yemen Leaves Dozens Dead

Yemen's Houthi militiamen and allied army units shelled Aden overnight while Saudi-led coalition jets bombed their positions near the airport, killing at least 36 people

Will They or Won't They? Iran Talks Clock Is Running Out

Iran and six world powers buckled down on Tuesday in a last-ditch attempt to hammer out a nuclear deal.

Staff at U.K. Queen's Castle Mull Job Action Over Pay

Staff at one of Britain's Windsor Castle began voting whether to stop giving guided tours because of what they say is appallingly bad pay.

Alps Crash Co-Pilot's Town Has 'Only Sympathy' for Family

The family of Andreas Lubitz, blamed for crashing Germanwings Flight 4U9525, has "the sympathy from everyone in town" of Montabaur, a pastor said. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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