Nobel Peace Prize Winner Apologizes for Bombing Nobel Peace Prize Winner, U.S. Says It Avoided Collision With Russian Aircraft in Syria, NASA, ESA Working on Asteroid Deflection: P.M. Links
Nobel Peace Prize winner President Obama called Nobel Peace Prize winner Doctors Without Borders to apologize for the U.S. bombing of a hospital in Afghanistan.
- The Pentagon says the U.S. had to divert two aircraft operating over Syria in order to avoid a collision with a Russian jet fighter.
- The Joe Biden draft campaign released its first television ad today.
- California's Democratic governor, Jerry Brown, signed a climate change bill into law hopes to increase the use of renewable energy and the energy efficiency of already built homes.
- Militants from Al-Shabaab shot and killed the nephew of Somali President Hassan Mohamoud in an ambush in Mogadishu.
- NASA and the European Space Agency announced they'd be working together on an Asteroid Impact & Deflection Assessment meant to study the means humans have to deflect large Earth-bound asteroids.
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