UNESCO chief Irina Bokova called on the International Criminal Court to look into the destruction of priceless artifacts in Iraq that has caused outrage globally.
- UN cultural body appeals to ICC over Iraq heritage destruction
- IS executioner 'Jihadi John' named by media
- 4 years after Egypt revolt, jails clogged with activists
- IS kidnaps 90 Christians in Syria
- Journalist on trial for ‘insulting’ Erdoğan says prosecution now part of ‘nature of journalism’
- Freedom House says security package undermines democracy in Turkey
- Eight dead in gun rampage at Czech restaurant
Germany's parliament overwhelmingly backed a four-month extension of Greece's bailout program by international creditors, despite unease over the new government in Athens.
- German Parliament approves Greece’s bailout extension
- Merkel welcomes Greek 'starting point'
- Yellen: Rate hike unlikely before June
- Greece wins eurozone bailout deal with strict conditions
- Greece to submit loan request to euro zone, Germany resists
- Hopes of Greek deal remain despite tough talk
- Greece rejects six-month extension of EU bailout, talks stall
The U.N. Ebola chief said the goal of reducing the number of new cases of the deadly disease to zero by April 15 can be reached if local communities stop unsafe burials and healing practices that involve human contact.
- UN Ebola chief: Community action key to ending Ebola
- Liberia reopens dozens of schools as Ebola wanes
- Novavax starts Ebola vaccine trial in humans
- WHO: West Africa sees spike in Ebola cases as decline stalls
- Pediatrician group urges measles vaccinations amid Disneyland outbreak
- Sierra Leone lifts Ebola quarantine measures amid progress
- MSF slams expensive vaccines, urges GSK and Pfizer to cut prices
Science & Tech
Google's "Advisory Council" backed the company's view that links to personal information be removed only from websites in Europe, in the latest action by the "right to be forgotten" ruling.
- Google panel backs firm on EU limit to 'right to be forgotten'
- FCC chairman proposes regulating Internet like phone service
- Britain votes to allow world's first "three-parent" IVF babies
- Alibaba meets with China regulator, controversial report retracted
- Twitter withholds scores of tweets after Turkish court ruling on journalists
- Google, Fidelity fuel Elon Musk's SpaceX with $1B investment
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NYU Film professor Kenneth Friedman talks about films and governmental pressures on filmmakers internationally.
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