Updated: 11:53 PM A tropical depression has formed off the coast of Belize and forecasters say it is expected to bring as much as five inches of rain to parts of Belize, Guatemala, northern Honduras and southern Mexico.
Updated: 7:21 AM Hot summer ended abruptly for the residents of the Siberian town of Nadym on Friday (June 14) as heavy snow blanketed the streets after days of hot tropical weather.
Updated: 7:21 AM Astronauts of the Shenzhou-10 spacecraft started their scientific and technological experiments in space on Friday, after they spent their first night on the space module Tiangong-1 on Thursday night.
Posted: 12:51 AM Iran reformists dance in streets for new moderate president... NKorea proposes talks with Washington... Anti-Putin crusader running for Moscow mayor... Egypt cuts relations with Syrian government... Russia questions Syrian chemical weapons evidence... Riot police disperse protesters in Istanbul park... Al-Qaida's Iraq head disagrees with Al-Qaida leader...
Updated: 12:36 AM Google begins launching Internet-beaming balloons
Updated: 4:11 PM Mayor Mike Schmitz and Chinese business leaders announce a new partnership.
Dothan will host site he first U.S. China Manufacturing Symposium in November 2013.
Updated: 7:24 AM Toyota on Thursday (June 13) introduced an electric car kit aimed at children of 10 years and older at a car show.
Updated: 7:35 AM A Chinese man, who claimed to have electrocuted an alien and stored the body in his freezer, confessed to the police that he faked the whole story, state media reported on Wednesday (July 12).
Updated: 7:38 AM A Chinese spaceship blasted off Tuesday from a launch center in the Gobi Desert, carrying three astronauts on what is expected to be the Asian giant's longest crewed mission yet.
Posted: 1:39 AM Insider attack kills 3 Americans in Afghanistan... Car bomb kills 7 people in central Syrian city as government troops press offensive north... 7 killed in clashes in eastern Libya's Benghazi... Pakistan summons US envoy over drone strike... Turkey's prime minister's party rules out early poll as anti-government protests enter 9th day... Number of Indians killed in Brazil on the rise... Venezuelan President Maduro says no to restricted food sales... South Africa government says Nelson Mandela is in 'serious but stable' condition at a hospital... Boat with up to 60 migrants sinks in Indian Ocean... Is Cambodia trying to deny Khmer Rouge atrocities from the 1970s?... China Court: 11 years for jailed Nobel winner's relative... Pooches, owners march for more dog-friendly Paris...
Posted: 1:29 AM Candidate vows to reset Iran's foreign ties
Posted: 1:25 AM Using assault rifles hidden in a coffin, Islamic extremists kill 13 before security forces kill the extremists...
Posted: 1:12 AM China's May inflation rises to 2.1 percent... French president says eurozone crisis is over... NRC to outline findings at NC's Harris nuke plant...
Posted: 4:07 AM Wednesday, the European Space Agency's "Albert Einstein" Automated Transfer Vehicle -4 Cargo Ship launched out of Kuru, French Guiana.
Updated: 7:28 AM For the last two months the city that boasts the world's tallest building has been equipping its police force with patrol cars in keeping with the Gulf city's glitzy image.
Updated: 7:24 AM Multi-functional touch-screen devices are a highlight at Computex, Asia's largest PC show, which opened in Taipei on Tuesday (June 4).
Updated: 7:24 AM For over four centuries local contestants in the rural English town of Chipping Campden have been partaking in largely harmless and healthy events as part of the Cotswold Olimpicks. That is with the exception of one brutal sport - the shin kicking championships.
Posted: 7:28 AM An ostrich that escaped from a local zoo disrupted traffic on busy rush-hour streets on Tuesday (May 28) night in China's southern Fujian province, state media reported.
Updated: 4:56 AM Torrential rain caused widespread flooding and landslides across Austria on Sunday (June 2), forcing hundreds of people to evacuate their homes.
Updated: 12:25 AM The Shenzhou-10 went into the final phase of pre-launch preparations as the spacecraft and its carrier rocket being transferred to launching site at Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gansu Province on Monday.
Updated: 7:25 AM There's a whole lot to look at at this exotic and unusual antique shop in Port Hope, Canada, but there's one piece that stands above the rest.
Posted: 1:41 AM Rockets fired from Syria hit Lebanon... Pakistan's Sharif denounces recent US drone strike... UN: More than 1,000 Iraqis killed in May violence... 3 NATO service members killed in Afghanistan... Italy confirms 1st case of new respiratory virus... In Somalia, some parents say no to polio vaccine... China defends actions in maritime disputes... Hagel mixes business and memories in Asia trip... China accuses US of prejudice over Tiananmen... Egypt blasts US warning over incidents at pyramids...
Posted: 7:36 AM Miami International Airport joined a shot list of destinations for the world's longest passenger jet.
Posted: 7:26 AM Hurricane Barbara hit Mexico's southern Pacific coast on Wednesday (May 30), flooding roads, toppling trees and killing two men as it pounded the area with heavy rain.
Updated: 7:34 AM Once a Hurricane, Barbara is now a weak Tropical Depression as it dumps heavy rains across Mexico.
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