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Guatemala mudslide leaves hundreds missing

Mud slid GuatemalaRescue workers in Guatemala are digging through rubble from a mudslide that hit a village not far from the capital, in search of hundreds missing.

At least 26 bodies have so far been recovered from the village of El Cambray Dos, rescue services say.

Heavy rains swept a torrent of boulders and mud onto houses on Thursday, 15km (nine miles) east of Guatemala City.


Cargo Ship With 33 Crew Members Aboard Missing in Hurricane Joaquin

Cargp ship missingThe U.S. Coast Guard and Air Force Hurricane Hunters were searching the Atlantic Ocean near Crooked Island, Bahamas, on Friday for a cargo ship with 33 crew members aboard that is missing in Hurricane Joaquin.

The 735-foot cargo ship El Faro was en route to San Juan, Puerto Rico, when it was caught in the Category 4 storm that's battering the Bahamas, the Coast Guard said.


Riots break out after Israeli settlers shot dead in West Bank

Iraelis riot on West BankHundreds of Israeli settlers rioted overnight into Friday throughout the occupied West Bank over the shooting death of a settler couple.

The crowds set fire to olive trees in the Palestinian village of Burin, and to acres of agricultural land in the town of Huwwara, Ma’an News Agency reported.

Both are in the Nablus area, near the site where at least two gunmen fatally shot Neria settlement residents Eitam Henkin, an officer in the Israeli military’s Sayeret Matkal commando unit, and his wife Naama, in their car on Thursday evening. They were pronounced dead at the scene, while their four children, who were in the car with them, were unharmed.


Farmer digs up woolly mammoth bones in Michigan soy field

Farmer digs up woolly mammothA farmer near Chelsea made a startling discovery Monday night: bones of a woolly mammoth possibly butchered by early human hunters thousands of years ago.

James Bristle and a friend were digging in a soy field off of Scio Church Road west of Fletcher in Washtenaw County's Lima Township when they came up with something very out of the ordinary.

"It was probably a rib bone that


Pope Francis privately met, hugged gay couple in U.S. before Kim Davis visit

Pope Francis met with gay couplePope Francis warmly embraced a gay man and his partner in a private gathering the day before he secretly met controversial Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, it was revealed Friday.

The pontiff personally arranged the meeting with longtime pal and former student, Yayo Grassi, the openly gay man told CNN. Details of the reunion, which the Vatican confirmed, come amid backlash the Pope has been receiving for meeting with the anti-gay clerk.


Yemeni man denied apology from US for drone strike that killed his family

No apology to Yemeni man who lost his famlyFaisal bin Ali Jaber came to recognize that in his case, justice was not realistic. The most he could hope for from the American government that killed his family in a drone strike was an apology, much as the families of two wrongfully killed westerners received from Barack Obama.

But the answer came on Wednesday from the Justice Department: no.

Earlier this week, Jaber, a 57-year old Yemeni man, had offered to drop a federal lawsuit he filed in June, which sought to establish that the 29 August 2012 drone strike – which killed Jaber’s brother-in-law and nephew – was unlawful.


FBI Destroyed Records Detailing Alleged Medicaid Fraud by Orthodox Jews

Kiryat JoelThe FBI destroyed records indicating potential Medicaid fraud among haredi Orthodox Jews in upstate New York’s Orange County because they came from an unauthorized investigation.

Justin Rodriguez, a spokesman for Orange County, told MidHudson News on Tuesday that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had destroyed materials submitted by a county social services employee, Nicole Latreille.


Vatican: pope’s meeting with Kim Davis does not signify support

Kim DavisThe Vatican said Friday that Pope Francis' meeting with Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who went to jail for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses, "should not be considered a form of support of her position."

After days of confusion, the Vatican issued a statement Friday clarifying Francis' Sept. 24 meeting with Davis, an Apostolic Christian who has become a focal point in the gay marriage debate in the U.S.


House Benghazi panel may have broken ethics rules: Pelosi

Nancy Pelosi on Benghazi hearingsA probe of the 2012 Benghazi attacks may have violated congressional ethics rules, House of Representatives Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi said on Thursday after a top Republican indicated it was aimed at hurting Democrat Hillary Clinton's presidential candidacy.

Angry Democrats called for the Benghazi panel to be disbanded following the remarks on Tuesday evening by House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy. He is campaigning to be the next speaker of the House when the current speaker, John Boehner, retires on Oct. 30.


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