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Two barges attempt to salvage sunken Sewol ferry in waters off Jindo, South Korea, Wednesday, March 22, 2017. South Korean workers have started tests to determine if they can begin salvaging a 6,800-ton ferry that sank in 2014, killing more than 300 people and triggering a public uproar that contributed to the recent ouster of Park Geun-hye as president. (Lee Jin-wook/Yonhap via AP)
How do you lift 6,800-ton ferry from seafloor? DelicatelyLifting a corroded, 6,800-ton ferry lying more than 130 feet undersea, keeping it in one piece, is a massive, delicate operation
The Associated Press17 minutes ago
In this Sunday, March 19, 2017 photo, a children who sit in the sun are reflected in a window at their home in Kabul, Afghanistan. An aid group says nearly a third of all children in war-torn Afghanistan are unable to attend school, leaving them at increased risk of child labor, recruitment by armed groups, early marriage and other forms of exploitation. (AP Photos/Massoud Hossaini)
Aid group says millions of Afghan children are not in schoolAn aid group says nearly third of all children in war-torn Afghanistan unable to attend school
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May gives a media statement outside 10 Downing street in London, Wednesday March 22, 2017, following a terror attack in the Westminster area of London earlier Wednesday.  A knife-wielding man went on a deadly rampage, Wednesday, plowing a car into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge before stabbing an armed police officer to death inside the gates of Parliament. Four people were killed, including the attacker, and about 20 others were injured in what authorities called a terrorist incident. (Richard Pohle/Pool via AP Photo)
5 dead in vehicle, knife attack at British ParliamentA knife-wielding man goes on a deadly rampage at the heart of Britain's seat of power, plowing a car into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge before stabbing a police officer to death inside the gates of Parliament
The Associated Press1 hour ago
An unidentified relative of missing passengers of sunken Sewol ferry prays as two barges prepare to attempt to salvage the boat in waters off Jindo, South Korea, Wednesday, March 22, 2017. South Korean workers have started tests to determine if they can begin salvaging a 6,800-ton ferry that sank in 2014, killing more than 300 people and triggering the initial public uproar that contributed to the recent ouster of Park Geun-hye as president. (Lee Jin-wook/Yonhap via AP)
The Latest: Work resumes on raising sunken SKorean ferrySouth Korean officials say salvage crews have resumed raising a 6,800-ton ferry Sewol off the country's southwestern coast
The Associated Press7 minutes ago
Police secure the area close to the Houses of Parliament in London, Wednesday, March 22, 2017. The leader of Britain's House of Commons says a man has been shot by police at Parliament. David Liddington also said there were "reports of further violent incidents in the vicinity." London's police said officers had been called to a firearms incident on Westminster Bridge, near the parliament. Britain's MI5 says it is too early to say if the incident is terror-related. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
The Latest: China, Australia leaders discuss London attackThe Latest: Chinese Premier Li Keqiang says the terrorist attack outside the British Parliament in London was the first subject of discussion when he met with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull of Australia on Thursday morning in Canberra
The Associated Press2 hours ago
A relative of missing passengers of the sunken Sewol ferry cries as she watches workers lifting the boat in waters off Jindo, South Korea, Thursday, March 23, 2017. South Korean workers on Thursday slowly pulled up the 6,800-ton ferry from the water, nearly three years after it capsized and sank into the violent seas off South Korea's southwestern coast, an emotional moment for a country that continues to search for closure to one of its deadliest disasters ever. (Lee Jin-wook/Yonhap via AP)
South Korean ferry that sank 3 years ago lifted from seaNearly three years after it capsized and sank into the violent seas off South Korea's southwestern coast, workers slowly pulled up the 6,800-ton ferry Sewol from the waters on Thursday
The Associated Press2 hours ago
FILE - In this file image made from video released by KRT on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, North Korea launches four missiles in an undisclosed location North Korea.  North Korea has a criticism of U.S. President Donald Trump he probably wasn’t expecting: he’s too much like Barack Obama.  Just before Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrived in Tokyo, the North launched several ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan. While he was still in China, it conducted a test of what it called a “revolutionary” new type of engine for its rockets. On Wednesday, March 22, 2017,  it appears to have conducted more missile tests from the eastern port city of Wonsan, though they reportedly failed. (KRT via AP Video, File)
Take that! Pyongyang lambastes Trump as too much like ObamaNorth Korea has a criticism of U.S. President Donald Trump he probably wasn't expecting: he's too much like Barack Obama
The Associated Press5 hours ago
Arabs protest UN's withdrawal of Israel 'apartheid' reportAn Arab delegation has met with the U.N. secretary-general to protest what Palestinian Ambassador Riyad Mansour calls the "bullying tactics and intimidation" that led to U.N. withdrawal of a report accusing Israel of establishing an "apartheid regime."
The Associated Press7 hours ago
The Federal Communications Commission recently approved a request by Australians Richard and Sharon Burns to increase their interest in a number of radio stations, including those that broadcast from this site shown in Juneau, Alaska, Sunday, March 19, 2017, to a full 100 percent. It's the first time the agency has permitted this and comes after the agency clarified rules that some broadcasters viewed as too severely restricting outside investment. (AP Photo/Becky Bohrer)
Australia pair are first foreigners to own US radio stationsAn Australian couple with roots in Alaska has bought radio stations in three states, marking the first time federal regulators have allowed full foreign ownership of U.S. radio stations
The Associated Press9 hours ago
FILE- In this Jan. 15, 2015, file photo, a new Qatar Airways Airbus A350 approaches the gate at the airport in Frankfurt, Germany. As the indignities of modern air travel go, the latest ban on laptops and tablets on some international flights falls somewhere between having to take off your ratty shoes at the security checkpoint and having your baby food and milk tested for bomb residue. It's yet another inconvenience in the name of security for weary travelers, especially those from or passing through the 10 mostly Middle Eastern and North African countries covered by new U.S. and British policies. (AP Photo/Michael Probst, File)
For some airline passengers, new warnings bring new hurdlesA ban on laptops and tablets on some international flights is the latest hurdle that airline passengers must clear
The Associated Press9 hours ago
President Donald Trump arrives to speak at the National Republican Congressional Committee March Dinner at the National Building Museum, Tuesday, March 21, 2017, in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
AP FACT CHECK: Trump and his unachieved achievementsPresident Donald Trump is getting ahead of himself on claiming certain achievements
The Associated Press10 hours ago
FILE - In this March 6, 2017 file photo, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, Yukiya Amano of Japan speaks in Vienna, Austria. The inspections regime put in place to closely monitor Iran’s nuclear activity is in jeopardy unless the U.S. and other nations contribute more money, the head of the U.N.'s International Atomic Energy Agency said Wednesday, March 22, 2017.  (AP Photo/Ronald Zak, File)
UN atomic chief: Iran inspections at risk without more moneyThe head of the U.N's International Atomic Energy Agency says the inspections regimen put in place to closely monitor Iran's nuclear activity is in jeopardy unless the U.S. and other nations contribute more money
The Associated Press10 hours ago
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