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The FBI releases pictures and video of two men suspected of planting the Boston marathon bombs, appealing for help to identify the pair who were carrying large backpacks.Duration: 01:28
Poultry sellers in Shanghai complain of massive reductions in business and many people worried by the bird flu outbreak have resorted to taking preventative herbal remedies.Duration: 01:55
FBI releases images of two Boston bombing suspects they want to find who were seen walking along a crowded sidewalk before Monday's explosions. Report by Fudgea. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
A gunman shoots dead a Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer in an eruption of gunfire at the prestigious US university. The university in Boston says the situation is "extremely dangerous" and warns students in an emergency alert on its website to stay indoors.Duration: 00:49
Several hundred people joined a church, service in West, Texas to pray for the victims of Wednesday's massive explosion. The number of people killed remains unclear. Dozens were hurt. (April 19)Copyright 2013 The Associated Press
More than 50 percent of Iraq's population is under the age of 25, many of whom are frustrated with what they say is an inter-generational lack of understanding from the country's leaders and elders. Duration: 02:32
A teenager whose photograph appeared on the front page of the New York Post in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings says he was stunned to see himself portrayed as a potential suspect. (April 18)Copyright 2013 The Associated Press
Officials in Texas wouldn't give the number of casualties in the massive blast a fertilizer factory near Waco but said the disaster took place in a "highly populated" area and said they were still seeking survivors in a "very volatile" situation.Duration:00:55
Aerial video shows the extent of the destruction in West, Texas after a massive explosion yesterday at a fertilizer plant. (April 18)Copyright 2013 The Associated Press
What's behind the crisis in North Korea?
Surveillance-camera footage released by the FBI shows two men identified as suspect 1 and 2. They are seen walking one behind the other in the crowd and the FBI asking the public for help in identifying the men. (April 18)Copyright 2013 The Associated Press
Texas Governor Rick Perry declares the area a disaster zone, as authorities insist that personnel who were working close to the explosion "knew what they were going into".
A Kenyan trapeze artist who fell to the ground from a height of 85 feet while performing at the Moscow circus last month says he is healing and will eventually return to work. (April 18)Copyright 2013 The Associated Press
Rescuers searched the smoking remnants of a Texas farm town Thursday for survivors of a thunderous fertilizer plant explosion, gingerly checking smashed houses and apartments for anyone still trapped in debris or bodies of the dead. (April 18)Copyright 2013 The Associated Press
American intelligence agencies are reviewing what some officials see as the first credible indications that Syrian forces used small amounts of chemical weapons in recent fighting. Julian Barnes reports. Copyright 2013, Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
The man charged with mailing threatening letters to President Obama and a U.S. senator that could contain poison is a professional Elvis impersonator with long-standing complaints about being persecuted by a local hospital. Devlin Barrett reports. Copyright 2013, Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
What's News: A judge says J.C. Penney can sell a line of products designed by Martha Stewart. Toyota will begin producing Lexus models in the U.S.. President Obama attends a service for victims of the Boston bombings. Photo: AP Copyright 2013, Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
A Dutch court on Thursday rejected a bid by a meat wholesaler to quash an order recalling 50,000 tonnes of beef potentially contaminated with horsemeat. Duration: 00:40
The US President told those gathered for a multi-faith service in Boston Cathedral that next year "the world will return to this great American city to run harder than ever and to cheer even louder."
The work to identify a bombing suspect from reams of Boston Marathon footage yielded a possible breakthrough as investigators focused on a man seen dropping off a bag, and then walking away from the site of the second of two deadly explosions. (April 18)Copyright 2013 The Associated Press