Using Google Earth, military blog posts and open-source documents, Georgetown University professor Phillip Karber and a team of students have uncovered new information about the tunnel complex China uses to hide and transport its nuclear missiles. The team's conclusions have stirred heated debate within the intelligence and arms control communities.
The six-boat, nine-month-long, 39,000-mile Volvo Ocean Race that started in Spain two months ago and is set to end in Ireland next July isn't going to tell exactly where the boats are while they're in that part of the Indian Ocean.
They're very serious in Great Britain about the need to "mind the gap" when you step off a train. And video of an inebriated woman who fell onto the tracks makes clear it is indeed possible to slip through the space between a train and a platform.
A series of blasts Thursday morning in Baghdad killed more than 60 people and injured dozens more in a seemingly coordinated attack designed to wreak havoc across the Iraqi capital. The blasts were the worst violence to hit the country in months.
Seven years ago, an estimated 230,000 people died after an earthquake triggered a massive tsunami that devastated South Asian coasts. Wednesday, one of those who was thought to be dead apparently found her way back.
A new survey shows stunning progress in medical care in the war-torn country. Renee Montagne speaks with Alex Thier who oversees projects in Afghanistan for the U.S. Agency for International Development. They discuss the tremendous efforts that have been made to improve medical care in that country over the last decade.
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