05 May 2016
Kenya: Woman rescued after 6 days in collapsed building
Tom Odula, Associated Press Updated 7:19 am, Thursday, May 5, 2016
Photo: Ben Curtis, AP
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A woman is carried away in a stretcher by medics as she is rescued after
being trapped for six days in the rubble of a collapsed building, in the
Huruma area of Nairobi, Kenya, Thursday, May 5, 2016.
Australia says most dangerous Australian IS operative killed
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CANBERRA, Australia (AP) - The Australian government says Australia's most
dangerous known Islamic State movement operative has been killed in a U.S.
airstrike in Iraq.
Attorney-General George Brandis said Thursday the United States has
confirmed that Neil Prakash, also known as Abu Khaled al-Cambodi, was
killed in Mosul on Friday.
IS routed from Ramadi at a high cost: city destroyed
RAMADI, Iraq--This is what victory looks like in the Iraqi city of Ramadi:
In the once thriving Haji Ziad Square, not a single structure still stands.
Turning in every direction yields a picture of devastation.
A building that housed a pool hall and ice cream shops - reduced to rubble.
A row of money changers and motorcycle repair garages - obliterated, a
giant bomb crater in its place.
Israel launches airstrikes on four Hamas targets in Gaza
© Jack Guez AFP | An Israeli fighter jet
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The Israeli military launched airstrikes early Thursday on four Hamas
targets in the Gaza Strip in response to mortar rounds fired at Israel, the
In a statement, the military said it hit "terrorist infrastructure sites"
early Thursday belonging to Hamas, the Islamic militant group which rules
FDA brings e-cigarettes under federal authority
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By Matthew Perrone , Associated Press
WASHINGTON - New federal rules announced Thursday have the potential to
upend the multibillion-dollar electronic cigarette industry just as it is
attempting to position itself as an alternative to traditional cigarettes.
Under the long-awaited rules issued by the Food and Drug Administration,
hundreds of e-cigarette brands will have to undergo a lengthy federal