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- 700 migrants feared dead in Mediterranean shipwrecks video
- The UN refugee agency says over 700 migrants may have drowned in Mediterranean Sea shipwrecks south of Italy in the last few days as they tried to reach Europe.
- Hospital bombings won't keep them away from Syria or Yemen, health workers say
- As the World Health Organization reports almost 1,000 people have been killed in attacks on hospitals and health-care workers in war zones, a nurse and a doctor say that won't stop them from returning to places like Syria and Yemen that desperately need their help.
- Flooding leaves at least 3 missing, 4 dead in Texas, Kansas
- Torrential rain left flooding and swollen rivers behind in Texas and Kansas, while Tropical Storm Bonnie is expected to make landfall in South Carolina on Sunday.
- Photos Germany, France mark 100th anniversary of Battle of Verdun
- German Chancellor Angela Merkel joined French President Francois Hollande for ceremonies on Sunday marking the 100th anniversary of the battle of Verdun.
- WHO rejects call by scientists to postpone Rio Olympics due to Zika virus outbreak
- A University of Ottawa professor says the WHO's position to not postpone or move the Games despite a letter from more than 100 scientists raising concerns about spreading the Zika virus is "absolutely fanciful."