Eight people were killed and eleven were injured when a driver struck several pedestrians on a busy bike path in lower Manhattan — an incident the New York City mayor has called a "cowardly act of terror."
A suicide truck bomb exploded outside a popular hotel in Somalia’s capital on Saturday, killing at least 23 people and wounding more than 30, and gunfire continued as security forces pursued other attackers inside the building, police said. Two more blasts were heard, one when an attacker detonated a suicide vest.
In the United States, France and Germany, senior management has proposed urgently to allocate tens of millions of dollars and euros, which will be aimed at restoring peaceful life in the city.
The sounds on the shore are deafening. Thousands of refugees call out for their relatives in the darkness, wading through mud to find a familiar face by the dim light of a solar-powered torch. When they have done shouting, they sit or stand on the sodden banks of a tributary of the Naf River, where they spend the night waiting for the Bangladeshi border guards to find some better place to put them.
The death toll from Saturday's truck bombing in Somalia's capital is now over 300, the director of an ambulance service said Monday, as the country reeled from the deadliest single attack it's ever experienced.
A huge explosion from a truck bomb killed 20 people in Somalia's capital, police said Saturday, as shaken residents called it the most powerful blast they'd heard in years.
British emergency services raced to London's Natural History Museum after a car struck pedestrians Saturday outside the building, injuring 11 people. Police say one person was detained at the scene, and the incident is not believed to be terror-related.