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Colombia repatriates dead as airline's licensing questioned

Victims of this week's tragic air crash in the Andes were flown home Friday as Bolivia's president called for "drastic measures" against aviation officials who signed off on a flight plan that experts and even one of the charter airline's executives said should never have been attempted because of a possible fuel shortage.

Technology

Obama blocks proposed takeover of Germany's Aixtron

Citing a national security risk, President Barack Obama on Friday blocked a Chinese investor's proposed takeover of Aixtron SE, a German maker of semiconductor manufacturing equipment, a rare move that drew objections from Beijing and complaints that the U.S. was injecting politics into the deal.

Nation & World

Libya's Tripoli sees worst militias clashes in 2 years

Clashes continued for the second day among heavily-armed militias in the Libyan capital Tripoli, vying for power and control over the city, with one dislodging another in at least two posts, a five-star hotel and a barracks, in what appears to be the worst outbreak of violence the city has seen in two years.

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Parts of Haiti left in ruins, says UN humanitarian coordinator

After an aerial tour of western Haiti, UN resident humanitarian coordinator for Haiti Mourad Wahba says country will need outside help to rebuild on Oct. 6, 2016.
Jacqueline Charles Miami Herald
Parts of Haiti left in ruins, says UN humanitarian coordinator 1:02

Parts of Haiti left in ruins, says UN humanitarian coordinator

A 3D look at the rain inside Hurricane Matthew as it developed 0:32

A 3D look at the rain inside Hurricane Matthew as it developed

Surveillance footage from the night U.S. swimmers allege they were robbed in Rio 3:26

Surveillance footage from the night U.S. swimmers allege they were robbed in Rio

NATO Secretary General’s statement on the outcome of the British referendum on the EU 1:24

NATO Secretary General’s statement on the outcome of the British referendum on the EU