Deadly strike on IS oil refinery

Monday, 09 March 2015 06:58
9 March 2015Last updated at 11:16 Share this pageDeliciousDiggFacebookredditStumbleUponTwitterEmailPrint The US-led coalition said it takes "significant mitigation measures" to avoid civilian casualties Continue reading the main story Islamic StatePushing backWho is Mohammed Emwazi?Subject people?IS uses videos to shock At least 14 people have been killed in US-led coalition air strikes on an oil refinery in northern Syria run by Islamic State (IS), activists say.
More protests after teen's death
Monday, 09 March 2015 06:02
Story highlightsTony Robinson, 19, was unarmed when an officer killed himThe officer who shot him suffered a blow to the head (CNN)On the surface, the situation seems too familiar: Police kill an unarmed black man. Community members rally. They chant in unison and grief: "Black lives matter." But the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Tony Robinson has its own unique set of circumstances. The deadly confrontation has made Madison, Wisconsin, the latest epicenter of protests.
2 nations start Boko Haram offensive
Monday, 09 March 2015 06:02
Story highlightsTroops from Chad and Niger launch offensive against Boko HaramThe offensive is part of a coordinated regional campaign Kano, Nigeria (CNN)Hundreds of troops from Chad and Niger launched a ground and aerial offensive against Boko Haram in northeastern Nigeria on Sunday, according to residents and military sources from Niger. The sweeping offensive is taking place along the Niger-Nigeria border, sources said, effectively opening a new front in the fight against the Islamist terror group.
Okla. frat closed over racist chant
Monday, 09 March 2015 06:02
Story highlightsThe song was caught on camera and went viralThe national chapter of SAE fraternity quickly closed the chapter \ (CNN)A fraternity fraught with scandal quickly shut down a chapter in Oklahoma when a video surfaced that showed members singing a racist chant with the n-word. The video shows a group of young white students chanting the n-word loudly and boisterously while riding on a bus. Sigma Alpha Epsilon's national chapter shut down the chapter…
Baby survives for hours after car crashes into river
Monday, 09 March 2015 06:02
Story highlightsLily was unresponsive, when Officer Jared Warner rushed her into an ambulanceThe baby girl may have been trapped in the car in the cold river for about 14 hours (CNN)Lily wasn't moving when rescuers found her, hanging upside down in her mother's smashed car. It had flipped over into a frigid Utah river half a day before, and the baby was still strapped in her seat. As Officer Jared Warner dashed with the 18-month-old…
world's smartest cruise ship quantum
Monday, 09 March 2015 05:58
Story highlightsQuantum of the Seas cost nearly $1 billion to build and is billed the world's smartest cruise shipRobots make your drinks, you can take out a surfboard on deck and surf the web at speedThe company behind it, Royal Caribbean, believe it is "winning cruise wars" Follow us at @CNNSport and like us on Facebook (CNN)Robots serve you drinks, you can skydive on deck and a mechanical arm hoists you 300 feet into the…
Israeli cavers find 2,300-year-old treasure stash
Monday, 09 March 2015 05:58
Story highlightsSpelunkers in a stalactite cave stumble across silver coins and jewelryAntiquities authority: The treasure might have been hidden during a period of unrest The find leads archaeology officials to artifacts from even older periods (CNN)The treasure is believed to have lain hidden in the obscure cave for about 2,300 years. It would've stayed there, stashed in a narrow cranny, even longer if three spelunkers hadn't come across it while exploring the stalactite cave in…
Knifed U.S. Ambassador Can't Wait to Get Back to Work
Monday, 09 March 2015 05:58
South Korea's president visited injured U.S. Ambassador Mark Lippert on Monday, who hospital officials say is itching to get back to work after being knifed in the face. President Park Geun-hye told the diplomat that while she had herself been victim of a similar attack in 2006 and undergone surgery at the same hospital, "it is even more heart-breaking thinking that an ambassador had to go through the same thing.
Baby Who Survived 14-Hour Ordeal After Crash Improving
Monday, 09 March 2015 05:58
SPANISH FORK, Utah — The condition of an 18-month-old girl who survived a car crash in a frigid Utah river after being strapped in a car seat upside-down for some 14 hours has improved, officials said. Lily Groesbeck was upgraded from critical to stable but critical condition at a Salt Lake City hospital, but her 25-year-old mother, Lynn Groesbeck of Springville, was found dead in the car, police said Sunday.
French parliament debates 'deep sleep' bill for end of life
Monday, 09 March 2015 05:58
PARIS (Reuters) - France's parliament will debate a bill on Tuesday allowing patients on the brink of death to stop treatment and enter a "deep sleep" until they die, a move some critics say amounts to euthanasia in disguise. If passed, the legislation would give dying patients in the secular but traditionally Catholic country more power over their own treatment. It would also bolster Socialist President Francois Hollande's image as a social reformer after a…

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