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Rooms by the river: Paris welcomes its first floating hotel

OFF Seine, 58-room hotel moored near the Gare d’Austerlitz, is the first of its kind in France and part of Paris’s ambitious riverside development scheme<p>France’s first floating hotel has opened in Paris, giving visitors a chance to enjoy a riviera lifestyle in the heart of the capital. Launched in …

Police search for missing Russian couple after body parts wash up on Fiji beach

By Yanan Wang<p>Yanan Wang<p>Reporter<p>Bio Follow<p>Fiji's Natadola Beach is a summer vacationer's paradise, replete with long stretches of white sand bounded by the Pacific Ocean. It is a popular destination for swimmers and surfers, boasting ideal conditions regardless of the tide.<p>In recent weeks, however, …

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The Top 10 Genius Recipes of 2015 (+ the Ones I'm Hunting in 2016)

Behold! These are the ten Genius Recipes you all (and we all) loved the most in 2015. There aren't too many surprises here—chewy-crisp chocolate chip cookies that happen to be vegan, magically creamy scrambled eggs, and three kinds of chicken (two of them cooked in milk, you smart creatures!). I …

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Isis mocked with rubber ducks as internet fights terror with humour

Members of bulletin board 4chan superimpose duck heads on to images of Isis fighters, setting off craze that has spread to Twitter and Facebook<p>If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck and quacks like a duck, could it in fact be an Islamic State militant?<p>As world leaders scratch their heads about …

These armed civilians are patrolling the border to keep Islamic State out of America

Tim "Nailer" Foley was more than 5,000 miles away from Paris when Islamic State terrorists launched a series of coordinated attacks throughout the French capital, killing 130 people and injuring hundreds more. But Foley - a former construction foreman who now spends his days with a band of heavily …

ISIS Magazine Details Attacks, Expansion Into New Countries

World<p>Even as ISIS was plotting major terror attacks in Europe and the Middle East in recent months, it was also displaying a voracious appetite for conventional military conquests, an expansion into other countries such as Bangladesh — and a reliance on new techniques like targeted …

IS attacks claim more than 800 lives abroad this year

BEIRUT (AP) — The Islamic State group has dramatically expanded its theatre of operations from its hub in Syria and Iraq, executing or inspiring a …

Officials: IS determined to produce chemical weapons

BAGHDAD (AP) — The Islamic State group is aggressively pursuing development of chemical weapons, setting up a branch dedicated to research and …

Islamic State presence in the U.S. is 'the new normal,' FBI director says

When a Brooklyn man pleaded guilty to plotting to join Islamic State and to bomb Coney Island, it drew little attention outside of New York City despite the spectacular image his confession conjured of a fiery blast ripping through a seaside amusement park.<p>It was, after all, one of hundreds of such …

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ISIS Risk in the U.S. Is Homegrown, Numbers Show

World<p>Are Syrian refugees in the U.S. likely to be affiliated with ISIS? So far, the math suggests native-born Americans are a far bigger source of concern.<p>The most comprehensive survey of Americans who’ve been charged with attempting to help ISIS finds that none of the 68 are Syrian or …

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Here's how ISIS tries to keep its online activity a secret (update: debunked)

It's no longer surprising that ISIS uses Telegram's secure messaging to conduct its terror campaigns, but what other tools does it use to keep its online actions under wraps? Thanks to researchers at the West Point military academy, we now have a good idea. They've obtained an ISIS operational …

Bats’ Link to Ebola Finally Solved

Every night, they emerge from their roosts, taking to the skies on silent wings. Their nightly flights bring with them the powers to pollinate plants …

British medical student 'in Jihadi John beheading video'

Nasser Muthana's father says it 'looks like my son' in the video which also announces the death of Peter Kassig<p>A British medical student has been accused of being among the militants filmed apparently beheading Syrian soldiers in the latest “Jihadi John” video.<p>A man bearing a resemblance to Nasser …

Here's How Ebola Compares To Other Terrifying Diseases

Ebola is a deadly and terrible virus: It seems to kill about 70% of people infected, though it's hard to know the true numbers while the outbreak is still in progress, and this outbreak has claimed about 4,500 lives so far.<p>Yet Ebola spreads less easily than the common cold. Someone with the virus …

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Top Scientist: This Version Of Ebola Looks Like 'A Very Different Bug'

Barack Obama and the head of the CDC need to quit saying that we know exactly how Ebola spreads. Because the truth is that there is much about this …

Kobani Under Siege: Photo Gallery

Opposition group: ISIS militants training to fly warplanes in Syria

Could ISIS fighters be training as warplane pilots capable of turning their weapons on coalition aircraft?<p>That's the worrying prospect suggested by an unverified report from the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that ISIS has three warplanes in its possession in northern Syria.<p>The …

‘A teenage girl bled to death over two days’: Ebola nurses describe life and death on the frontline

Bridget Mulrooney, 36<br>American nurse working for the International Medical Corps in Bong County, Liberia<p>I was working as a travel nurse at a children’s hospital in California when I got an email from International Medical Corps asking if I was interested in deploying to Liberia to help fight Ebola. …

Ebola Fast Facts

<b>(CNN) —</b> Here's some background information about Ebola, a virus with a high fatality rate that was first identified in Africa in 1976.<p><b>Facts:</b><br>Ebola hemorrhagic fever is a disease caused by one of five different Ebola viruses. Four of the strains can cause severe illness in humans and animals. The …

Illinois man, 19, charged with trying to join Islamic State

A 19-year-old suburban Chicago man has been charged with supporting terrorism by trying to travel overseas and join the Islamic State, the group that the United States and its partners are fighting in Iraq and Syria.<p>Mohammed Hamzah Khan, a U.S. citizen from Bolingbrook, Ill., was arrested on …

3 New Findings On ISIS Weapons That You Should Know About

Islamic State militants are wielding arms manufactured in 21 different countries -- including the United States -- according to a new report released Monday.<p>The study of ammunition captured during the Islamic State's battles with Kurdish forces in northern Iraq and Syria in July and August …

Ebola Virus Could Spread To France, UK And Other European Countries In Less Than 3 Weeks

Scientists have predicted a 75 percent chance that the Ebola virus may reach France by Oct. 24 and a 50 percent chance that it could reach the UK by …

Ebola in the air? A nightmare that could happen

Today, the Ebola virus spreads only through direct contact with bodily fluids, such as blood and vomit. But some of the nation's top infectious disease experts worry that this deadly virus could mutate and be transmitted just by a cough or a sneeze.<p>"It's the single greatest concern I've ever had in …

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Some Ebola experts worry virus may spread more easily than assumed

U.S. officials leading the fight against history's worst outbreak of Ebola have said they know the ways the virus is spread and how to stop it. They say that unless an air traveler from disease-ravaged West Africa has a fever of at least 101.5 degrees or other symptoms, co-passengers are not at …

How not to catch Ebola

<b>As the outbreak continues to spread, the fear of catching the disease is rising.</b><p>Experts are learning more about how to contain the virus that has infected around 7,500 people in West Africa.<p>The race is on to stop this deadly disease that kills more than half of those it infects.<p>Here's what is known.<p>…

First Ebola case diagnosed outside Africa being treated in US hospital

Medical officials in the United States announced on Tuesday the first case of Ebola to be diagnosed outside Africa during the latest outbreak, which has killed more than 3,000 people this year.<p>The patient, who has not yet been identified, is being treated in Dallas, Texas.<p>The Centers for Disease …