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Bulgarian officials said many more were injured.
The tankers were designed to carry fuel and other supplies from Uzbekistan to coalition forces in the southern part of Afghanistan.
Monti also said he is seeking confirmation that Sicily’s regional governor Raffaele Lombardo will quit later this month.
While the world's deadliest famine has officially ended, remaining food shortages coupled with insecurity and fighting between African Union forces and militant group al-Shabab have wreaked havoc on the nation and its people.
The leader of the centrist Israeli Kadima party, Shaul Mofaz, said he had "no choice" but to sever his party’s short-lived partnership with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud's party.
Human Rights Watch has little hope that its report will change Chavez's policies. The last time HRW issued a damning report on the country, the government allegedly detailed and then expelled group representatives by force.
Because of Syria's prohibitions on media, details of what is actually happening on the ground vary, but by all accounts Tuesday's fighting was the heaviest to hit the capital since the start of the 17-month-long uprising.
The Editor-in-chief of News Live, the channel that filmed and aired the molestation of a teenage girl outside a local bar, today resigned from the news organization at a press conference in Ghy.
Khartoum is willing to negotiate with South Sudan in order to further the talks in Addis Ababa. However, Sudanese Foreign Minister Ali Karti added that oil revenue-sharing negotiations will only start once rebel activity in the South Kordofan and Blue Nile states stops.
The 17-year-old son of Bollywood's Mr Perfectionist Aamir Khan is all set to follow his father's footsteps and make his debut in the film industry.