It's 'one continent into another,' a geoscientist said. 'Italy's riddled with faults — the stress builds up and up until something gives way.'
Italy has old, fragile buildings sitting along a fault line.
State Department spokeswoman Elizabeth Trudeau called the attack on the university "an attack on the future of Afghanistan."
Russians may like Donald Trump's preference for gilded décor and colorful quips, but they still find the GOP presidential candidate too unpredictable.
'I came to work so I can feed my parents and earn money,' the 11-year-old said.
The quake hit Wednesday afternoon about 15 miles west of Chauk, and there were no immediate reports of injuries, deaths or major damage.
The proposal has proved controversial in a country only seven decades removed from totalitarian rule that's grappling with guilt from the Nazi era.
The push by Turkish forces, backed by U.S. warplanes, comes after mortar rounds believed fired ISIS militants struck the town of Karkamis.
Amira's father died while on a rescue for the celebrated White Helmets, a volunteer rescue organization.
Even though Turkey has blamed Gulen for the failed coup, the extradition request is unrelated, the State Department says.
The planet, called Proxima b, is about 1.3 times the mass of Earth and is only 4.22 light-years away.
Amatrice, considered one the most beautiful of Italy's historic towns, has survived centuries of war, weather and earthquakes, but not one like this.
A 20-year old migrant from Afghanistan was fatally shot Tuesday evening in Serbia when hunters apparently thought they had detected a heard of wild bo
The incursion came hours after Turkish jets started pounding targets in northern Syria and shortly before Vice President Joe Biden's arrival in the country for a planned visit.
The full extent of the devastation in the central Italian town became evident after daybreak.
A 6.2 magnitude earthquake rocked central Italy early Thursday, leveling buildings and reportedly killing at least six people.
No damage or injuries were immediately reported, but the U.S. Geological Survey said the quake had the potential to cause 'significant casualties.'
Monsoon rains have forced rivers, including the mighty Ganges, to burst their banks.
Retired Maj. Gen. Patrick Cammaert will lead an independent investigation into allegations that U.N. peacekeepers did not take action to prevent multiple cases of abuse and sexual violence against civilians and foreigners in South Sudan's capital.
Colombia's president said Wednesday that government negotiators and leftist rebels are putting the final touches on the peace deal.
Two man-made catastrophes — a toxic nuclear legacy and rising sea levels — threaten to sink the Marshall Islands' country and culture.
The Kabul-based university was where five gunmen wearing Afghan military uniforms abducted one American and one Australian professor last month.
The Syrian border town of Jarablus came under fire as Turkey launched an anti-ISIS offensive.
Lamborghini sold a record 3,245 vehicles worldwide in 2015, including just over 1,000 in the United States.
Father Savino D'Amelio was moved to tears by the deadly quake in his Amatrice Parish.
Police said the suspect — who shouted "Allahu akbar" both during the attack and while being arrested — did not have any known links to terrorism.
It's the third submarine-launched missile test fired this year, but the other tests either exploded in mid-air or only traveled a short distance.
Heavy monsoon rains have caused flooding across Eastern and Central India with devastating consequences. More than 6 million people have been affected.
NBC News meteorologist Bill Karins said experts are aware of the tropical wave and weather computer forecasts are already "all over the place."