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Germanwings Crash Pilot Was 'Normal Person': Friend

The co-pilot who is blamed for crashing a jet into the French Alps was "simply a normal person, with no signs of any problem," a friend said.

'I Cannot Believe It,' Germanwings Co-Pilot's Friend Says

A friend of Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, who did not want to disclose his name, expressed shock at revelations of Lubitz's state of mind.

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.

Good Prospects of Iranian Nuclear Deal, Lavrov Says

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said he's headed back to Switzerland and called on negotiators not to create last-minute obstacles.

Trevor Noah Breaks the Internet After 'Daily Show' Nod

The 31-year-old South African comedian has been named Jon Stewart's successor as host of "The Daily Show" on Comedy Central.

Italy Is Running Out of Pizza Makers

Almost half of young Italians are unemployed, but few want to make pizzas for a living.

State of Emergency as Floods, Landslides Swamp Peru

Three regions affected by recent heavy rains leading to floods and landslides in which more than two dozen people died.

Holy Week Processions Light Up the Night

Hundreds of processions take place throughout Spain during the Easter Holy Week.

U.S. Supports, Would Help Proposed Arab Force: Carter

The United States supports Arab plans to create a unified military force to counter growing security threats in the Middle East, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Monday.

Nine Rescued From Canadian Tall Ship

The Canadian tall ship Liana Ransom became disabled in rough weather off the coast of Gloucester, Massachusetts Monday

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.

Crash Co-Pilot Was Treated For Suicidal Tendencies

The first officer blamed for the crash of Germanwings Flight 4U9525 had been treated in the past after experiencing suicidal tendencies.

Air Strike on Weapons Depot Lights up Sanaa Skyline

Explosions rattle the Yemeni capital Sanaa as Saudi-led forces bomb a weapons depot in the city on Monday evening.

Flooding Turns Streets Into Rivers In Kashmir

Heavy rains trigger deadly flooding and landslides in Kashmir.

U.S. Ebola Patient Improves

An American health worker being treated for Ebola has improved, the National Institutes of Health said Thursday.

Strong Winds Torment Moscow

Windy conditions rip the facing off of a building and knock down trees in Moscow, Russia, on Monday. No injuries have been reported.

Airstrike Hits Yemen Refugee Camp, Killing 45

An air strike hit the area of the Mazraq refugee camp in the northern Yemen district of Haradh on Monday, killing 46 people.

'Bomb' Note in Toilet Diverts Passenger Jet

A Turkish Airlines flight en route to Brazil was forced to change course and land in Casablanca after a bomb threat, a spokeswoman said Monday.

President Barack Obama to Visit Kenya in July

The president, whose father was from Kenya, will visit the country as part of the 2015 Global Entrepreneurship Summit.

'Disturbing Signs' Emerge as Nigeria Tallies Votes

Nigeria held presidential elections over the weekend, and vote counts were trickling in.

Co-Pilot: No Recent Indication of Being Suicidal, Prosecutor Says

Christoph Kumpa said Lubitz was treated for suicidal tendencies before getting pilot's licence - but recent medical treatment gave no hint of being suicidal.

Madness 'Has No Limits,' Crash Will Haunt Us: Alps Mayor

Mayor Bernard Bartolini said everyone in his village of Prads-Haute-Bleon was "thunderstruck" by the nearby crash of Germanwings Flight 4U9525.

Amanda Knox's Ex-Boyfriend Savors 'Air of Freedom'

Amanda Knox's ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito said that he and his family went "crazy with joy" when the pair's murder convictions were overturned.

Airstrike Hits Refugee Camp in Yemen, Killing 21: Report

An air strike hit the area of the Mazraq refugee camp in the northern Yemen district of Haradh Monday, killing 21 people, humanitarian workers said.

Meredith Kercher's Mom Surprised, Shocked at Knox Appeal Verdict

Arline Kercher told Italian TV of her reaction to Amanda Knox and Raffaelle Sollecito's acquittal and poured scorn on Italian judicial system.

Iran Rejects Key Demand of Nuclear Talks as Deadline Nears

Iran rejected a key demand that would have sent the nation's atomic fuel out of the country.

Cops Question Germanwings Co-Pilot's 'Female Partner'

The "female partner" of Germanwings Flight 4U9525 first officer Andreas Lubitz has been questioned by German investigators, prosecutors told NBC News.

Obama's Passport Details Accidentally Revealed: Report

The Guardian reported that an immigration officer inadvertently sent the personal details of leaders attending last Novembers G-20 summit to the wrong person.

Raffaele Sollecito: Wounds In My Soul Are Hard To Erase

Sollecito news conference in Rome after he and Amanda Knox were acquitted by Italy's highest court of the death of Meredith Kercher.

Tense Times as Iranian Nuclear Talks Near Deadline

International talks aimed at preventing Iran from developing nuclear weapons are headed down to the wire in Lausanne, Switzerland. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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