Tuesday 22 Jan 2019


Forensics Expert: Explosion Took Down EgyptAir Flight

A senior Egyptian forensics official says human remains recovered from the crash site of EgyptAir Flight 804 have burns on them and are “very tiny,” which suggests an explosion may […]

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EgyptAir Debris Found

Greece's defense minister says Greek authorities have received notification that Egyptian authorities had spotted a body part, two seats and suitcases during their search in the Mediterranean Sea

EgyptAir Crash: Terrorism Suspected

A Greek military official says an Egyptian search plane has located two orange items believed to be from the missing EgyptAir flight. The official says the items were found

Pentagon: Islamic State Leader Killed

The Pentagon says a top Islamic State leader in Iraq's Anbar province has been killed by a coalition airstrike. Pentagon press secretary Peter Cook says Abu Wahib and three

US Responds To NK Missile Launch

  The United States is restricting the travel of the North Korean foreign minister to U.N. functions in New York in response to his country's latest missile test firing. North

Pope Gives Advice To Youth On Happiness

  Pope Francis has told teenagers happiness can't be downloaded like a cellphone app. Francis used the reference to connect to faithful aged 13-16 who are converging on Rome for

Japan Quakes: Rescue Effort Races With Bad Weather

As nightfall approached in Japan, those left homeless by deadly twin earthquakes lined up by the hundreds seeking rations and shelter. They're also bracing for rainfall and strong winds

NK Missile Launch Apparently Fails

  It's an embarrassing setback for North Korea. U.S. and South Korean officials say a missile launch by the North that was meant to celebrate its founder's birthday has failed. The

Newer Type Of Ransomware Is Harbinger Of Danger

  A new report says an unusual strain of ransomware is leading a new generation of malicious software that hackers use to exploit computer server vulnerabilities. The report Monday by

UN Delivers Food Aid To Syrian City

  A U.N. agency has used parachutes to air drop food aid to a Syrian city under siege since March 2014. The Rome-based World Food Program says the Syrian Arab