More than 150 people were also injured at a wedding in the northern Niniveh province after fireworks were lit.
The exodus comes as the Armenian prime minister warns of ethnic cleansing in the region.
Donald Trump exaggerated his net worth and asset values to get better loans, a New York judge rules.
Mr Biden joins striking workers in Michigan, telling them they "deserve" wage raises and concessions.
They claim governments' slow action on climate change violates their human rights.
They can return to work while they vote on whether to approve a three-year deal that offers pay rises.
Anthony Rota resigns after praising a 98-year-old Ukrainian who fought for a Nazi unit as a "war hero".
He is also set to be extradited to the US to face charges there once his Canada cases end.
Located 80 miles of west of Shetland, Rosebank is estimated to contain 500 million barrels of oil.
The animal interrupts lunch, devouring enchiladas and tacos at Chipinque Ecological Park.
With less than five days to go before a government shutdown, Speaker McCarthy has a choice to make.
The actor and rapper, known for rap-battling Eminem in the 2002 film, died at his home on Sunday.
He is the fourth person to be arrested following the death of a child at a New York City nursery.
New Jersey senator Robert Menendez faces charges of bribery and conspiracy to commit extortion.
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