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Algerian Military Transport Plane Crash Reportedly Kills 257 People

The plane came down in an open farm field, the defense ministry says. An investigation has been ordered.

Russia Threatens To Shoot Down U.S. Missiles, Target Launch Sites In Any Syria Strike

In a television interview, Russia’s ambassador to Lebanon, Alexander Zasypkin, warned that U.S. missiles would be shot down as well as “their sources.”

Trump Considers Military Options After Attack On Syrian Civilians

As President Trump considers military action after the apparent chemical attack, Noel King talks to former ambassador Ryan Crocker, who served in Syria as well as throughout the Middle East.

U.S. And Russia Face Off Over Syria At U.N. Security Council Meeting

Russia vetoed a U.S.-backed resolution that tried to assign blame for the alleged chemical attack. The U.S. vetoed a Russian resolution. The deadlock could move the U.S. closer to military action.

After Apparent Chemical Attack In Syria, U.S. Considers Military Action

President Trump tweeted Sunday that there would be a “big price to pay.” The U.S. and other countries are contemplating military action. How is Syria and the region responding?

WATCH: Giant Cruise Ship Smashes Into Dock In Honduras

On approach to a cruise ship dock at the island of Roatan, the MSC Armonia plowed into the pier, but the ship’s operator says there were no injuries and the damage to the vessel was minor.

European Antitrust Investigators Raid 21st Century Fox Offices In London

European Commission investigators said Fox had come under scrutiny over its dominant position in broadcasting sports events and concerns that it may have “violated EU antitrust rules.

20 Dead In Brazil Prison-Break Attempt

Gunmen opened fire at the prison in Para state in northern Brazil in an effort to aid a breakout, but most of the dead were either inmates or their would-be liberators.

Piece From ‘The Atlantic’ Tries To Explain Logic For Assad’s Brutality In Syria

NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Thanassis Cambanis about his article in The Atlantic, “The Logic of Assad’s Brutality” which he says explains why Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad would order a chemical attack after President Trump announces his in…

Behind shock of Cohen raid, signs of a meticulous process

In many ways, the sudden seizure by federal law enforcement of piles of documents from Michael Cohen, a stalwart of Mr. Trump’s business for years, seems an extraordinary event, an inflection point for the legal problems gradually creeping up on curren…

Why European Countries Are Concerned About The Results Of Hungary’s Election

NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly talks to Guardian reporter Shaun Walker about the decisive re-election victory of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.

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