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Belgian police have identified a prime suspect in Brussels Attacks

The surviving suspect directly linked to the terror attacks in Brussels Tuesday is believed to be still on the run, according to Belgian officials. The unidentified man, who is seen wearing a light-colored jacket in surveillance footage from the airport, … read more

#‎BrusselsAttacks‬ ‪ ‪: Belgian‬ federal prosecutor says raids are happening across the country.

At least 34 were killed and more than 200 were wounded by a series of explosions that struck a Brussels airport and subway on Tuesday morning. ISIS has since claimed responsibility for the attacks. Two explosions were heard at Brussels … read more

#BrusselsAttacks :Deadly bombings rock Brussels airport,killing more than 30 people and injuring over 100

#BrusselsAttacks :Deadly bombings rock Brussels airport,killing more than 30 people and injuring over 100 • What happened? Two explosions, at least one caused by a suicide attack, in the departure hall at Brussels Airport killed at least 14 people just … read more

Djokovic’s dominance continues, wins 11th Grand Slam title

#Djokovic’s dominance continues, wins 11th Grand Slam title : #MELBOURNE, #Australia Novak Djokovic left no room to question his dominance on Sunday night. The 28-year-old Serbian defeated No. 2 Andy Murray in straight sets, 6-1, 7-5, 7-6, en route to … read more

Mugabe : Africa nations want permanent Security Council seats.

#Mugabe : #Africa nations want permanent Security Council seats. #ADDISABABA: Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has said that the African Union (AU) may withdraw from the United Nations if the world body fails to allocate at least two permanent seats at … read more

For Zika-Threatened People, Vaccines May Not Come Soon Enough

For Zika-Threatened People, Vaccines May Not Come Soon Enough

Major drugmakers are studying virus but say they need time Sanofi Pasteur’s dengue vaccine took 20 years to develop Bloomberg – Even if the world’s largest drugmakers were to mobilize as fast as they could, and even if the science … read more

Breastfeeding could prevent 800,000 child deaths

#Breastfeeding could prevent 800,000 #child deaths, study suggests A new two-part report published by The Lancet argues that more than 800,000 child deaths each year could be prevented if every mother would breastfeed her children. According to the report, the most … read more

FIFA Bans Blatter, Platini From Football for 8 Years

FIFA barred Joseph Blatter and Michel Platini from any football-related activities on a national and international level for eight years. FIFA’s Independent Ethics Committee Adjudicatory Chamber has banned FIFA President Joseph Blatter and UEFA President and FIFA Vice President Michel … read more

An Air France flight from Mauritius to Paris was forced to land in Kenya

An Air France flight from Mauritius to Paris was forced to land in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa after a device suspected to be a bomb was found in the lavatory, a Kenyan police official said Sunday. The Boeing … read more

What to do against ISIS? Congress largely agrees, Obama doesn’t

Put aside the rhetoric, and Republicans and Democrats in Congress have a broadly similar worldview about how to take on ISIS. But rhetoric matters. And so does President Obama. Since the Paris terrorist attacks and now the San Bernardino shootings, … read more