So far this year, more than 2,500 people have died trying to cross the Mediterranean, the UNHCR said.
Witnesses said the Shebab took over the camp, looting weapons stores and loading corpses onto trucks.
Hungary's police said they intend to reinforce their positions outside the Keleti terminal as the volume of migrants arriving from Serbia continues to grow by the hour, with an estimated 3,000 already encamped near the station.
The investigation into the attack has picked up in recent days with the arrest of two suspects and raids on two apartments on the outskirts of Bangkok that contained bomb-making materials.
Some experts and frequent Air Koryo passengers disagree with the "world's worst" title. The airline is a definitely a unique ride, but fairly reliable, they say.
Perez Molina, 64, has maintained his innocence and vows to face the legal process.
Seoul must stop saying the North apologized or face unspecified consequences, the North said.
A redacted version of the report "Harakat ul-Ansar: Increasing Threat to Western and Pakistani Interests" was posted by the CIA on its website in June this year.
Obama trekked up to the glacier with photographers in tow in a carefully choreographed excursion aimed at calling attention to the ways human activity is degrading cherished natural wonders.
Angry protests that suddenly erupted last month over the government's failure to deal with the garbage crisis have evolved into the most serious anti-government demonstrations in Lebanon in years.
Released by the Washington-based Sindhi Foundation, the report says that the Mumbai terrorist attack was being monitored by its perpetrators from a control room set up in Sindh.
The drone as part of a targeted killing program that is run separately from the broader US military offensive against the IS.
Cabinet ministers told lawmakers that the nation was determined to seal its borders to unwelcome travelers from the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
In a show of fury against the current dispensation, protesters vandalised a statue of G P Koirala, the man who led the mass movement in April 2006 promising peace, stability and economic prosperity.
About 140 people were hospitalized following the violence, most of them law enforcement officers, the Interior Ministry said.
The militants used explosives to destroy the two-millennia-old temple in the ancient city of Palmyra on Sunday. The destruction was confirmed by U.N. satellite images.
The island's two main political parties have agreed to form a government of consensus with the view to address national reconciliation and overcoming economic hardships borne from the conflict.
Hungary, one of the hardest-hit nations in Europe's immigration crisis, says over 156,000 migrants have entered this year.
Taiwan's EasyCard Corp. said on its website that it sold its full run of 15,000 card sets by 4:18 a.m. Tuesday after phone orders started at midnight.
In church teaching, abortion is such a grave sin that those who procure or perform it incur an automatic excommunication.
Earlier this year, China released a military strategy statement again declaring Tibet has been an integral part of China since antiquity.
The male suspect was arrested in Sa Kaeo province, which is east of Bangkok on the border with Cambodia, Prayuth said.
The Pakistani Taliban - separate from but allied to the Afghan Taliban - have since 2007 been battling to overthrow Pakistan's government and impose a strict interpretation of Islamic Sharia law.
Al Shabaab said 50 African peacekeepers were killed in the attack on Janale base, about 90 km (55 miles) south of the Somali capital.
The deputy had no choice but to shoot the man who he believed had a knife outside the WWE Performance Center in Orlando.
The fire at the Tocuyito facility in Carabobo state overnight left nine men and eight women dead.
Obama's Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew, who is Jewish, was heckled this summer at a Jewish-themed conference in New York when he defended the nuclear deal.
Ukrainian nationalists strongly oppose changing the constitution, saying that would threaten the country's sovereignty and independence.
All the censored material in the latest group of Hillary Clinton's emails is classified at the "confidential" level, the State Department said.
The sea scorpion that grew to 5 feet 7 inches (170 centimeters), with a dozen claw arms sprouting from its head and a spike tail, according to a new study.
America was responding to a question about Aziz's earlier statement that the infrastructure supporting Haqqani network in North Waziristan had been dismantled.
The 17-year-old girl in Chicago, Valerie Herrera, wept as she told Francis she'd been bullied because of a rare skin condition and had turned to music for comfort.
There had been reports that a large explosion set off by Islamic State militants Sunday had extensively damaged the 2,000-year-old temple, but there were conflicting accounts regarding the extent of the destruction.
Obama told a meeting of foreign ministers in Alaska that the United States recognized it played a big part in raising the Earth's temperatures and "embraces our responsibility" to help fix the problem.
Vice News, a New York-based news organization that produces documentaries, breaking news reports and investigative pieces, issued a statement criticizing the decision to arrest the journalists in Turkey.
Abdulla, a leader of the Islamic conservative Adhaalath, or Justice party, was arrested in May following anti-government protests.