11 Children, 6 Adults Injured in Three-Vehicle Crash
Authorities in Cleveland say 17 people, including 11 children, have been injured in a crash involving three vehicles.
Firefighter Rappels From Bridge, Rescues Stranded Dog
A New Jersey firefighter rappelled from a bridge to rescue a dog stranded at the base of a waterfall.
Syrian Group: Death Toll in Blast in Rebel Town Rises to 67
A Syrian search-and-rescue group says the death toll from an explosion that destroyed two apartment buildings in a rebel-held town in the country’s northwest the previous day has risen to 67.
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Bayer Shares Plunge in Wake of Monsanto Weed Killer Verdict
Shares in German farm chemicals, materials and drug company Bayer have plunged in the wake of a U.S. court verdict against Monsanto, which Bayer has acquired.
Virgin Joins BA in Criticizing Long Wait Times at Heathrow
Virgin Atlantic has joined British Airways in criticizing long waiting times at passport control at Heathrow Airport, releasing figures showing that the Border Force hit its target for processing passengers from outside the European Economic Area on just one day in July.
Some 2,000 Evacuated for Removal of 3 WWII Bombs in Poland
Officials in Poland say more 2,000 people have been evacuated to allow navy experts to remove three World War II bombs from the Baltic Sea bed at the vacation resort of Kolobrzeg.
Group Urges International Probe of 2013 Crackdown in Cairo
An international rights group has called for an international inquiry into a violent dispersal of an Islamist sit-in in Cairo in August 2013.
Dutch Police Question Suspect in Turkish Consulate Attack
Police in Amsterdam are questioning a man detained on suspicion of throwing home-made explosive devices at the Turkish consulate in the Dutch capital.
The Latest: Turkey: US Won’t Achieve Aims Through Sanctions
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