The German military needs dozens of new light helicopters to cover shortfalls in flight hours for pilot training and carry out other missions, a new study completed by the German army found, according to sources familiar with the document.
More than 40 people were hospitalized after overdosing on a batch of synthetic marijuana that the police believe was laced with an opioid.
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Dozens of people in New Haven have been treated for possible drug overdoses since last night, authorities said Wednesday afternoon. No fatalities have been reported, but at least one patient was “very sick” earlier.
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A suicide bomber reportedly struck a classroom in a Shiite neighborhood where teenagers, male and female, were studying for college entrance exams. Authorities say the death toll is at least 48.
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A Taliban attack on a military outpost in the northern province of Baghlan in the early hours of Wednesday killed as many as 44 Afghan police and soldiers, provincial officials said, as the insurgents kept up pressure on government forces.
“What the hell are you doing?” Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven asked the arsonists in an interview on Swedish radio. Authorities say the car fires may have been coordinated.
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A motorway bridge collapsed on Tuesday over the northern Italian port city of Genoa in what the transport minister said was likely to be “an immense tragedy”.
Taliban militants overran large parts of an army base in northern Afghanistan, killing at least 10 soldiers, wounding 15 and capturing dozens more in fighting over the past two days, officials said on Tuesday.
A wooden promenade gave way during a concert at an urban sports and music festival in Vigo.
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An explosion in a residential building thought to be storing weapons and ammunition in the rebel-held province of Idlib killed at least 39 people, including 12 children, a war monitor said.
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An explosion in a residential building thought to be storing weapons and ammunition in Syria’s rebel-held Idlib killed at least 39 people including 12 children on Sunday, a war monitor said.
Rachel Martin speaks with NPR’s Ruth Sherlock about another terrible turn in the war in Yemen – with images of bloodied children after an airstrike Thursday that killed dozens.