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A reserve in western Spain is at the forefront of Europe’s “rewilding” effort, which seeks to restore species and ecosystems that vanished centuries ago.
Skills honed on behalf of President Bashar al-Assad will be used for militia groups battling the Sunnis who are driving toward Baghdad.
Hundreds of Americans lost their lives battling for control of parts of Iraq that are falling to militants with breathtaking speed.
Restaurateurs are uncomfortable with a wave of mobile apps that secure and resell coveted tables at popular establishments, sometimes covertly.
Talks between the Justice Department and Citigroup have deteriorated in recent days, as the sides are deadlocked on how much money the bank should pay to settle a civil investigation into its sale of shoddy mortgage investments.
Iraq may see the possibility of significant aid from Iran as a means of pressuring the United States to come to Iraq’s defense with aid of its own.
The investigation will focus in part on the agency’s handling of roadway construction projects, according to several people briefed on the matter.
The specter of sectarian war and partition of Iraq grew as Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani told his followers to take up arms against an insurgent army of marauding Sunni militants.
Spain, winners of the last World Cup, limped off in defeat as the Dutch triumphed in the remake of the 2010 final as a horror film.
In the shadow of the newly renovated Maracanã Stadium, where the World Cup final will be played, stands a crumbling building that was once devoted to the indigenous people of Brazil.
The action covers half a million 2010 to 2014 Camaros, which can stall if their key fobs are jostled.
Exactly 1,809 days after he was captured, Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl returned to a homecoming void of any relatives and dampened by a controversy over his capture and release.
The commission has begun an investigation of Internet service providers at the same time that it is trying to define whether it has jurisdiction over their businesses.
Polls show that Martha Coakley, the state attorney general, is leading in the race for governor. But party delegates, remembering her failed Senate campaign in 2010, may not endorse her.
Mr. Scott, whose plaintive delivery earned him a following that included other vocalists like Madonna, Marvin Gaye and Frankie Valli, spent most of his career in relative obscurity before gaining wider appreciation in recent years.
After the State Department said that Russia had sent weapons to rebels in Ukraine, separatists using antiaircraft and heavy machine guns fired on a military transport plane in Luhansk, the Ukrainian Defense Ministry said.
“The collapse of Iraq would bring an international oil crisis,” an expert says, but so far the oil markets are taking the growing unrest in stride.
The New York Times asked veterans of the war in Iraq to share their reactions to the news this week that Sunni extremist militants had seized broad stretches of the country.
An independent autopsy of Clayton D. Lockett’s body contradicts Oklahoma prison officials’ account of events.
Iraq continues to shape President Obama’s tenure, as he concludes that American interests there prevent him from fully leaving the country to the Iraqis themselves.