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An Afghan government security guard opened fire Thursday on a group of foreign doctors at a Kabul hospital, killing three American physicians and wounding a U. S. nurse, officials said.
According to its website, the Cure International Hospital was founded in 2005 by invitation of the Afghan Health Ministry.
Mark Knecht, Cure International's chief financial officer, said outside the group's headquarters in Lemoyne, Pa., that it "remains committed to serve the people of Afghanistan."
On April 4, an Afghan police officer shot two Associated Press journalists working in the eastern province of Khost, killing photographer Anja Niedringhaus and wounding veteran correspondent Kathy Gannon.
Russia announced new military exercises Thursday involving ground and air forces near its border with Ukraine, swiftly responding to a Ukrainian operation to drive pro-Russia insurgents out of occupied buildings in the country's tumultuous east.
The Ukrainian move, which killed at least two people, brought new threats from Russian President Vladimir Putin, who denounced it as a "punitive operation."
Russia's foreign minister warned a day earlier that any attack on Russian citizens or interests in eastern Ukraine would bring a strong response.
Mark Regev, a spokesman for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said the talks were "suspended now" because of pending moves by the Palestinians to establish a unity government that would be backed by the militant Islamist group Hamas as well as the more moderate Fatah faction of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
After a meeting that lasted several hours, the Israeli security Cabinet issued a statement that said it had "unanimously decided that Israel will not negotiate with a Palestinian government backed by Hamas, a terrorist organization that calls for Israel's destruction."
Fatah, which is dominant in the West Bank, supports negotiations for the establishment of a Palestinian state in that territory, the Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem, but Hamas refuses to recognize Israel and advocates armed action against the Israelis.
The tiny Pacific nation of the Marshall Islands is taking on the United States and the world's eight other nuclear-armed nations with an unprecedented lawsuit demanding that they meet their obligations toward disarmament and accusing them of "flagrant violations" of international law.
The last four are not parties to the 1968 Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, but the lawsuits argue they are bound by its provisions under "customary international law."
1 Iraq violence: A suicide bomber rammed his explosives-laden car into a police checkpoint south of Baghdad on Thursday morning, killing at least 11 people, officials said, the latest episode in an uptick in violence in the run-up to next week's parliamentary elections.
Pakistani warplanes attacked insurgent hideouts in the tribal region near the Afghan border, killing 37 suspected militants and wounding 18, army officials said Thursday, as authorities hold peace negotiations with the Taliban.
The case has fanned contention about Chinese people's legal claims for losses and suffering during Japan's brutal occupation, which erupted into full-fledged war starting in 1937.
The Shanghai maritime court ordered the seizing of the bulk carrier, on Saturday after ruling that the owner, Mitsui O.
Closing two days of around the clock negotiations, U. S. officials said Friday that they reached a breakthrough with Japan to move forward a stalled regional trade pact even though gaps remain that could still upend a final agreement.