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By Dasha Litvinova, Associated Press
Russia’s military has acknowledged that a bomb accidentally dropped by one of its warplanes caused a powerful blast in a Russian city about 40 kilometers (25 miles) east of the Russia-Ukraine border.
By Associated Press
The blast at the Suleimaniyah airport Friday came days after Turkey closed its airspace to flights to and from the airport, citing an alleged increase in Kurdish militant activity threatening flight safety.
By Salar Salim, Qassim Abdul-Zahra, Associated Press
An explosion tore through a cafe in Russia’s second-largest city Sunday, killing a well-known military blogger and strident supporter of the war in Ukraine. Some reports said a bomb was embedded in a bust of the blogger that was given…
In our news wrap Sunday, Turkish officials say six people died and at least 80 were injured in an explosion in Istanbul, and the FAA and NTSB are investigating Saturday's deadly mid-air collision at a Dallas air show.
By Andrea Rodriguez, Associated Press
Dr. Julio Guerra Izquierdo, chief of hospital services at the Ministry of Health, told reporters that at least 74 people had been injured. Among them were 14 children.
By Aritz Parra, Manu Fernández, Associated Press
A powerful gas explosion has torn through a residential building in central Madrid, killing four people and ripping the facade off the structure.
A recreational vehicle parked in downtown Nashville exploded early Christmas morning, injuring three and causing widespread outages, including for the police emergency system. Police believe the explosion was intentional. As authorities continue to investigate, Kimberlee Kruesi of the Associated Press…
An RV parked in the streets of Nashville exploded early Christmas morning, causing widespread communications outages that took down police emergency systems and grounded flights at the city's airport.
News outlets report that more than 400 people showed up to a northwest Baltimore neighborhood on Sunday to help clear away debris from the scene where three row homes were leveled.
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