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Aftershocks jolting Nepal one month after deadly quake
Times of India
KATHMANDU: Two tremors struck Nepal on Monday, keeping people on the edge as the country struggled to rehabilitate millions of people affected by a devastating earthquake one month ago that killed nearly 9,000 people. A 5.0-magnitude tremor was felt ...
Image of Asia: Damage and loss a month later in NepalU-T San Diego
Two more tremors felt in Nepal as country struggles to reconstruct and rehabilitateFirstpost
One month after quake, Nepal struggles to overcome traumaZee News
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'Black Bike Week' riders cry foul over security increase at annual gathering
A biker and his rider are seen on Ocean Boulevard during the 2015 Atlantic Beach Memorial Day BikeFest in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Photograph: Randall Hill/Reuters. Max Blau in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Monday 25 May 2015 08.00 EDT Last ...
Bikefest wraps up quietly, business owners happy to go back to normalWACH
Avoid getting caught in Memorial Day trafficWMBF
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14 Indonesian students rescued after misjudging Alpine hike
BERLIN — Police in the southern German region of Bavaria say their biggest-ever helicopter rescue operation saved 14 Indonesian students who misjudged the weather during a spring hike in the Alps. The 23- to 25-year-old-students called for help late ...
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Obama to mark Memorial Day but questions linger over Afghanistan troops
A soldier places flags at grave sites in Arlington National Cemetery. Photograph: Yin Bogu/Xinhua Press/Corbis. Tom McCarthy in New York. @TeeMcSee. Monday 25 May 2015 07.00 EDT Last modified on Monday 25 May 2015 07.03 EDT. Share on ...
Americans Mark Memorial Day 2015ABC6OnYourSide.com
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New Oakland police policy draws protests
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Police made arrests as demonstrators marched in downtown Oakland to against the city's new get-tough policy for monitoring street protests — the second such gathering in as many days. Officers watched closely Sunday night as the ...
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Tunisia Defense Ministry: Soldier killed after opening fire on fellow troops at ...
TUNIS, Tunisia – Tunisia's Defense Ministry says a Tunisian soldier has been killed after opening fire on fellow troops at military barracks in the capital Tunis. Ministry spokesman Belhassen Oueslati said it was not immediately clear whether there were other ...
Tunisian soldier shoots at fellow troopsThe Guardian
Tunisian soldier opened fire on other troops: armyThe Daily Star
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Hundreds Are Dying in a Blistering Heat Wave Sweeping Across India
An intense heat wave that has driven daytime temperatures as high as 118°F (48°C) in parts of India has claimed over 400 lives. The toll is the highest in the southeastern Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, according to the Hindustan Times ...
Heat wave scorches the nationTimes of India
432 people dead in Andhra Pradesh Telangana heat wave: 10 slidesFinancial Express
Massive India heat wave 'kills 350'BBC News
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Islamic State: Australia open to possibility of deploying more forces after Ramadi ...
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has left open the possibility of sending more troops to Iraq, after the US defence secretary accused local forces of lacking the will to fight the Islamic State (IS) group. IS fighters have appeared on the back foot in Iraq in recent months ...
Same-sex marriage: let the people decide if politicians won'tSydney Morning Herald
Abbott faces pressure on gay marriageThe Australian
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Jerusalem Post Israel News
A look at former Israeli Premier Ehud Olmert's career
JERUSALEM — Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was sentenced Monday to eight months in prison in a case involving allegations he accepted cash-stuffed envelopes from an American supporter. Here's a look at Olmert's four-decade political career ...
Ex-PM Olmert handed 8 months in jail for 'cash envelopes' affairHaaretz
Ex-PM Olmert sentenced to 8 months of jail time in Talansky retrialJerusalem Post Israel News
Ex-Israeli Premier Ehud Olmert Sentenced to Eight Months in PrisonWall Street Journal
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Wall Street Journal
Tokyo Rattled by Earthquake
Wall Street Journal
TOKYO—A powerful earthquake shook central Tokyo on Monday afternoon, causing the temporary suspension of some bullet trains and the closure of airport runways at one of the capital's air hubs. There was no danger of a tsunami and no initial reports of ...
Strong quake rattles Tokyo area, no damage or injury reportsWashington Post
Eastern Japan shaken by 5.6 magnitude quake, no tsunami warningDaily Mail
Eastern Japan Shaken by 5.6 Magnitude Earthquake, No Tsunami WarningNDTV
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