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By Sayed Ziarmal Hashemi, Lolita C. Baldor, Joseph Krauss, Associated Press
A suicide bomber detonated a truck of explosives in northeastern Syria Wednesday morning, killing at least 44 people.
By Daniel Moritz-Rabson
By PBS NewsHour
Suicide bombers in Yemen killed at least 67 people Thursday when they detonated their explosives at a checkpoint in the middle of the capital city Sanaa and at an army camp.
By News Desk
News Wrap: Colo. student shot two before killing himself at high school…
In our news wrap Tuesday, Russian contractors have been burying construction waste outside Sochi, despite a no waste pledge by the government for the Winter Olympics. The illegal dumping may taint the water supply for the games. Also, Beijing police…
In other news Wednesday, Taliban members dressed as Afghan troops raided a courthouse in Western Afghanistan, killing at least 53 people. Also, President Barack Obama visited Colorado to spotlight that state's newly passed gun laws.
An explosion in the international arrivals area of Moscow's largest air travel hub, Domodedovo Airport, killed at least 35 people in what President Obama called "an outrageous act of terrorism." Russian authorities believe a suicide bomber carried out the attack…
By Larisa Epatko
BAGHDAD, Iraq | Tuesday's suicide bombing at the army headquarters in Baghdad was one of the deadliest attacks in Baghdad in months, killing more than 50 people, and comes as the U.S. military is preparing to turn over full control…
In other news Monday, a suicide bombing in Baghdad killed at least 54 Iraqis, and the Justice Department moved forward on an investigation involving the Blackwater security firm.
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