The 61-year-old Florida mailman who exposed security gaps at federal buildings when he landed a one-man aircraft at the US Capitol thinks everyone is getting too hung up on how he did it and not why.
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Cairo: A new Islamic State video distributed on social media apparently shows the shootings and beheadings of two groups of Ethiopian Christians in Libya.
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Leon Watson 9:04 AM Nigel Short, the British grandmaster, has angered female players by claiming that they are not 'hard-wired' for the game.
Heide Brandes 7:26 AM Hundreds of people have gathered to mark the 20th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing that killed 168 people at a downtown federal building.
Marisol Bello 6:11 AM The 61-year-old Florida mailman who exposed security gaps at federal buildings when he entered restricted airspace and landed a one-man aircraft at the US Capitol thinks everyone is getting too hung up on how he did it and not why, he told the Associated Press on Sunday.
5:52 AM Switzerland's postal service is to start testing deliveries by drone, a spokesman for Swiss Post says.
James Mackenzie 5:50 AM As many as 700 people are feared dead after a boat carrying migrants capsized off the Libyan coast overnight, in one of the worst disasters seen in the Mediterranean migrant crisis, officials said on Sunday.
1:42 AM Germany's foreign minister has warned against racism and xenophobia, at a ceremony marking 70 years since the liberation of the Nazi concentration camp Sachsenhausen near Berlin.
Kirsti Knolle 1:21 AM Families of the victims of the Germanwings crash are considering filing a claim for damages in the United States if they cannot reach agreement with parent airline Lufthansa in Germany, a lawyer representing the families said on Sunday.
10:49 PM A German police officer has spoken of his relief after his bullet-proof vest prevented him from being seriously injured when he was charged by a rampaging cow.
10:45 PM India's Rahul Gandhi led a large farmers rally on Sunday that focused rural anger toward Prime Minister Narendra Modi's policies, in the first public appearance in months for the elusive scion of the country's most famous political family.
10:22 PM North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has scaled the country's highest mountain.
10:12 PM Pesticide poisoning was the likely cause of the mysterious deaths of at least 18 people in a Nigerian town last week, the World Health Organisation said on Sunday.
10:03 PM The Islamic State jihadist group on Sunday released a video purportedly showing the executions of some 30 Ethiopian Christians captured in Libya.
Jewel Topsfield 8:11 PM A Brazilian man whom the Attorney-General has proclaimed fit to execute with the Bali nine organisers was first diagnosed with a mental illness in 1982, according to medical documents obtained by his legal team.
Austin Ramzy 3:45 PM President Xi Jinping's sweeping crackdown on vice and corruption in China has gone after drugs, gambling, prostitution, ill-gotten wealth and overflowing banquet tables. Now, it has targeted golf.
Samoon Miakhil 2:57 PM The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for a suicide attack in Afghanistan Saturday that killed 33 people and wounded more than 100 others.
2:50 PM A deckchair from the Titanic has sold at auction in the UK for just over £100,000 - $191,351. The Nantucket wooden chair was on the first class promenade deck when the luxury liner sank in the Atlantic after hitting an iceberg on its maiden voyage in 1912.
Isabel Kershner 1:35 PM Israel and the Palestinian Authority have reached an agreement to resolve a months-long dispute over the transfer of tax revenue Israel collects on behalf of the Palestinians, according to officials.
Keith Coffman 12:57 PM A teacher who posted notes from her third grade class online and started a social media whirlwind under the hashtag #IWishMyTeacherKnew says the assignment had been a revelation for her.
Ellen Barry 12:39 PM Violence in Bangladesh can be traced to nationwide elections in January 2014, which set off a battle of wills between two women: Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and opposition leader Khaleda Zia.
Evan Bush Usually scenes like this don't create much of a buzz: Early Friday morning, a Peterbilt tractor-trailer merged onto Interstate 5, tipping over, but leaving the 36-year-old driver unhurt.
Two drivers have been shot dead in an attack on a peacekeeping supply convoy in northern Mali, authorities say, the second deadly assault on the United Nations in three days.
A 23-year-old man who barricaded himself in his mother's house in a St. Louis suburb and spoke of a "black revolution" was shot and killed by police when he rushed at them with a knife, authorities said on Saturday.