DIYARBAKIR, Turkey. — An explosion ripped through a bus carrying military personnel in Turkey’s mainly Kurdish southeast on Monday, killing three soldiers and wounding eight, hospital and security sources said.
NEW YORK. —Americans remembered the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on Sunday at a ceremony marking 15 years, with the recital of their names, tolling church bells and a tribute in lights at the site where New York City’s massive twin towers collapsed.
NEW YORK. — Hillary Clinton is suffering from pneumonia, the Democratic presidential candidate’s personal doctor said on Sunday after she fell ill at a Sept. 11 memorial, an episode that renewed focus on her health less than two months before the election.
DHAKA. — A suspected militant believed by Bangladesh police to have been among the planners of a July cafe attack that killed 22 people killed himself during a police raid on a hideout in the capital, police said on Sunday.
MUZDALIFAH, Saudi Arabia. — Saudi authorities deployed drones to watch over nearly 2 million pilgrims as they descended Mount Arafat on Sunday and entered the haj’s final stages, part of stepped-up efforts to avoid a repeat of last year’s crush amid an escalating war of words with Iran.
BEIRUT. —Government troops and insurgents fought in several parts of Syria on Sunday, apparently seeking to strengthen their positions on the eve of a ceasefire that Free Syrian Army rebels said they would observe but with major reservations.
BARCELONA. — Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets across Catalonia on Sunday to support a break from Spain which local leaders want to deliver for next year in spite of legal blocks by the central government.
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A FILIPINO-Chinese woman considered a high value target for her alleged involvement in a drug trafficking syndicate was arrested with P1.2 million of shabu in a buy-bust operation in Quezon City before dawn yesterday.
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