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The family of Gul Rahman is still trying to recover his remains for burial, months after learning that he was stripped naked, doused in cold water and then left to die in a CIA-run Afghan prison known as the "Salt Pit."
Rescue workers said that a bus ran off a foggy, rainy mountain road in Ecuador on Friday and plunged about 1,100 feet, killing at least 35 people and injuring 34 others.
Colombian authorities said they recovered 20 bodies — including those of two children — after a landslide in a poor Medellin suburb and that more than 100 people were missing and feared dead.
The spread of HIV and AIDS among millions of people could be slowed if addicts who inject drugs were treated as medical patients rather than as criminals, the International Federation of the Red Cross said Friday.
Due diligence is a must in charitable giving.
Americans, already using their cell phones to make charitable contributions or vote for favorite contestants on television shows such as "Dancing With the Stars," soon could be dialing in campaign contributions to their favorite members of Congress.
A rain-sodden hillside collapsed on homes in a suburb of Costa Rica's capital early Thursday, killing at least 20 people, many as they slept.
North Korea demanded that South Korea resume large-scale food aid and joint economic projects in return for regular reunions of family members separated by the Korean War more than a half century ago, South Korea's Red Cross said Wednesday.
U.S. and U.K. military officials have started what's promised as a thorough investigation into the death of a kidnapped British aid worker who may have been killed in error by U.S. special forces rather than, as originally stated, by her Taliban captors.