ISTANBUL - The horrors unfolded in front of Mert Akbalik in the arrivals hall of the airport shortly after he finished his shift.
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WASHINGTON — The Senate agreed Wednesday to move forward with legislation to rescue Puerto Rico from its fiscal crisis just days ahead of a July 1 deadline when the island would default on as much as $2 billion in debt.
More than a month after it began, the battle for the Syrian city of Manbij drags on.
CARACAS, Venezuela — In the darkness the warehouse looks like any other, a metal-roofed hangar next to a clattering overpass, with homeless people sleeping nearby in the shadows.
TOKYO - Jumpsuits are high fashion items today, and they have been upgraded to be more fashionable and comfortable to wear, capturing the hearts of fashion-conscious women. They have also become increasingly versatile to serve both formal and casual occasions.
ISTANBUL — Three suicide bombers killed 36 people in an attack at Istanbul’s Ataturk international airport Tuesday night, with Islamic State being the primary suspect, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said.
BRUSSELS — European leaders took a tough stance against British efforts to leave the European Union on Tuesday, as leading exit campaigners appeared to accept they may not be able to pick the best parts of the EU membership while discarding the onerous ones.
A final report issued by the Republican-majority committee that investigated the 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya, found fault with virtually every element of the executive-branch response to the attacks but provided no new evidence of specific wrongdoing by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Just five months after the Zika virus was declared a global public health emergency, a scientific team’s feverish efforts to create a vaccine against the viral threat have borne promising fruit: With a single shot of two different types of vaccine, experimental mice gained near-total immunity to Zika for at least two months.
Terrified travelers tucked into alcoves and hid behind pillars.