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Egypt's presidency has declared a state of emergency after scores of people were killed when security forces stormed protest camps in Cairo. The camps had been occupied by supporters of former president Mohammed Morsi, who was deposed in early July.
At least 250-deaths, mostly of unarmed civilians, have been reported by the Muslim Brotherhood as the Egyptian police have begun the clean-up operation of protesters from the sit-in camps in Cairo. The security forces supported by
A wildfire sparked by lightning strikes in northern Mendocino County has destroyed four homes, threatens 74 others and has forced evacuations northeast of Covelo, fire officials said. The North Pass fire has consumed 32,675 acres since sparking to
Lightning strike set off a wildfire in the rugged, densely forested terrain in California and the Ponderosa fire is a major threat to the 3,500 homes in the towns of Manton, Shingletown and Viola, about 170 miles north of Sacramento.
Mexico (AP) — Hurricane Bud continued to weaken early Friday as it headed toward a string of laid-back beach resorts and small mountain villages on Mexico's Pacific coast south of Puerto Vallarta. Two people, one of them from France, were reported
This is a warning to all those who plan to travel to Mexico - a warning has been issued by the U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami that Hurricane Bud is likely to strike the Pacific Coast of Mexico. This has been reported in
Mexico (AP) — Authorities on Mexico's Pacific Coast canceled school in low-lying communities and prepared emergency shelters Thursday as Hurricane Bud churned toward an area of beach resorts and small mountain villages. A
A 14-ton bulldozer stolen from a home construction site in Massachusetts has been found more than 500 miles away in western Pennsylvania. Rehoboth police say the a yellow 2006 Caterpillar D5 XL neighbors told officers was loaded onto a flatbed
You can't slip it into your pocket or hide it under your jacket, but that didn't stop someone from pulling off the brazen daylight theft of a 14-ton bulldozer. Rehoboth police say the yellow 2006 Caterpillar D5 XL was taken from a job site in a quiet
Osama bin Laden, the al-Qaeda leader had been eliminated in May-2011 in his Abbottabad lair in Pakistan by a crack team of US Navy Seals. The encounter had apparently been carried out without the knowledge of Pakistan and had