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Survivor of Brussels Airport Blast: 'It Sounded Like the End of the World'
Fanny Clain, 20, suffered serious burns to her hands and head in the airport attack.
Putin Says Russia Will Work With Any US President
After two days of meetings with top European officials and international executives, Russian President Vladimir Putin sounded reconciliatory in a meeting with international media Friday
Putin Calls on Europe to Improve Ties Despite Sanctions
Russian President Vladimir Putin has called on European leaders to improve ties with his country
The Latest: Renzi Praises Russian Role in Libya
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has praised Russia for helping to resolve conflict in Libya
North Korea Claims to Approve Use of Nuclear Weapons
The U.S. State Department is urging North Korea to "refrain from provocative actions and rhetoric that aggravate tensions."
Creating an Oscars Red Carpet Look With Michael Costello
ABC News' Lesley Messer speaks with designer, Michael Costello on how he creates an original Oscars red carpet look.
North Korea Missile Launch 'Strongly Condemned' by United Nations Security Council
North Korea 's long-range missile launch has been "strongly" and unanimously condemned by members of the United Nations Security Council today. During an emergency meeting over the launch today, council members "restated their intent to develop significant" new sanctions against North Korea for
Rubio Defends Repeated Attack on Obama: 'I'm Going to Keep Saying It'
The Republican candidate for president defended his debate repetitiveness on "This Week."
North Korea Successfully Launches Long-Range Missile, U.S. Officials Confirm
US officials say North Korea has successfully launched a long-range missile, apparently into space, and condemned the move as another provocation from the country. "U.S. Strategic Command systems detected and tracked what we assess was a North Korean missile launch into space" said a statement from