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  • International court's prosecutor shelves Darfur case for lack of U.N. support

    The International Criminal Court's prosecutor said on Friday that she had shelved an investigation into war crimes in Sudan's Darfur region for lack of action by the United Nations Security Council to push for arrests. The Hague-based court indicted...
  • Prosecutor details York County man's "mission" to sell U.S. Navy secrets to Egypt

    Prosecutor details York County man's "mission" to sell U.S. Navy secrets to Egypt
    A federal magistrate judge on Wednesday denied bond for a York County man accused of attempting to steal and send to Egypt designs for the nation's newest and most advanced aircraft carrier. U.S. Magistrate Judge Douglas Miller said there are no...
  • NIH to admit American nurse exposed to Ebola in Sierra Leone

    An American nurse recently exposed to Ebola while volunteering at a treatment unit in Sierra Leone is expected to be admitted to the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Bethesda sometime Thursday. The NIH announced the patient's expected...
  • European Union bans all Libyan airlines, citing safety risk

    European Union bans all Libyan airlines, citing safety risk
    The European Union on Thursday banned all seven Libyan airlines from operating in the airspace of the 28-nation bloc, citing threats to flight operations while the country is plagued by violent militias battling for dominance. Libyan airfields and...
  • Liberian president warns that Ebola still threatens her nation

    Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf thanked the Obama administration Wednesday for its efforts in stemming the tide of the country’s Ebola outbreak, but warned that the disease was still a threat in her developing nation. The American...
  • Clinical coordinator

    Clinical coordinator
    Abu Fofanah has worked at Roland Park Place for more than seven years and was promoted to clinical coordinator in July 2013. What does your job entail? I act as the clinical coordinator in the health care center at Roland Park Place, which provides...
  • Ebola-exposed nurse arrives at National Institutes of Health clinic

    A female nurse who was exposed to Ebola while in West Africa arrived at the National Institutes of Health on Thursday, becoming the latest person to be admitted to a U.S. hospital after being exposed to the disease.  Officials with the NIH, based in...
  • Al Qaeda in Yemen blames U.S. for death of hostages in raid

    Al Qaeda in Yemen blames the United States for the death of a U.S. and South African hostage killed in a failed rescue attempt by U.S. forces, an official of the militant group said, arguing Washington had "foolishly" chosen armed force over negotiation....
  • American nurse exposed to Ebola admitted to Maryland hospital

    American nurse exposed to Ebola admitted to Maryland hospital
    An American nurse who was exposed to Ebola while volunteering in an Ebola treatment unit in Sierra Leone arrived at the National Institutes of Health's Clinical Center in Maryland on Thursday, the NIH said in a statement. The nurse was transferred to...
  • NIH admits American nurse exposed to Ebola in Sierra Leone

    NIH admits American nurse exposed to Ebola in Sierra Leone
    An American nurse recently exposed to the Ebola virus while volunteering at a treatment unit in Sierra Leone was admitted to the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Bethesda on Thursday. The NIH confirmed the nurse's arrival Thursday...
  • Hansen: New African store hopes to shine light

     Hansen: New African store hopes to shine light
    Ethiopia does not generally elicit good thoughts. The country is blighted by famine, torn by civil wars and mired in political oppression. For women, it's even worse. Marriage by abduction accounts for about 70% of the nation's marriages, with some...