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A man helps two Syrian women leave a bombed out building after an alleged Syrian government airstrike. (MOHAMMED AL-KHATIEB/AFP/Getty Images)

United States Says Syria Balking At Chemical Weapons Deal

U.S. official warns Syria is using stalling tactics to delay attempts to remove and destroy chemical stockpile.


This unmanned vehicle is designed to take off and land vertically or drive over rough terrain. (Advance Tactics)

Robot Helicopter/Truck Could Transform Warfare

Unmanned vehicle could be used to rescue wounded soldiers from the battlefield.


File photo of Egyptian military police. (credit: KHALED DESOUKI/AFP/GettyImages)

Egyptian Kidnapper Releases Americans After Holding Them Hostage For 4 Days

The head of Egyptian security in North Sinai and the kidnapper say two Americans and their Egyptian tour guide, abducted four days ago, have been released.


File photo of airport. (credit: YASSER AL-ZAYYAT/AFP/Getty Images)

Couple Accused Of Trying To Smuggle 5-Month-Old Son In Luggage At Airport

An Egyptian couple is accused of trying to smuggle their 5-month-old child in their luggage at the Sharjah International Airport in the United Arab Emirates.


Col. James Johnson III formerly led U.S. troops of the 173rd Airborne Brigade, shown here in training exercises near Hohenfels, Germany. (credit: Johannes Simon/Getty Images)

U.S. Commander Guilty Of Fraud, Bigamy With Iraqi Wife

Col. James Johnson III was found guilty at a court martial of multiple counts of fraud stemming from his relationship with a married woman he met during his field duty in Iraq.

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