Colombia FARC free two soldiers, vow to release general by weekend
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombian Marxist rebels released two captives on Tuesday and vowed to free a kidnapped army general by the weekend in a move that may lead to the resumption of suspended peace talks which aim to end five decades of war.
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DNA pioneer James Watson is selling the Nobel Prize he won for his co-discovery.
ISIS, Russia dogs U.S. defense chief
Chuck Hagel was doomed even before he walked into the Pentagon.
Giuliani: 'Correct verdict'
Rudy Giuliani said the jury made the right call in not indicting Darren Wilson and said prosecutors could have never won.
U.N. committee spotlights 'highly intrusive' digital spying
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - A United Nations General Assembly committee on Tuesday expressed concern at digital spying and said unlawful or arbitrary mass surveillance, interception and collection of online data are "highly intrusive acts" that violate the right to privacy.
World's most beautiful metro stations
They have a bad reputation as dark, grimy places -- but not these.