The Stalinist state marked the 70th anniversary of the ruling Workers' Party with a military parade, at which a huge array of military hardware was on display.
Turkish authorities said the explosions were a "terrorist attack," adding that they were investigating claims that suicide bombers were responsible.
The move is part of a plan by Sergio Marchionne, the CEO of parent company Fiat Chrysler, to reduce debts on that company's books and fund a $54.5 billion expansion plan.
The move comes as tensions over the two countries' military campaigns in Syria, and the chances of a clash between their respective forces, are escalating.
As China completed lighthouses on disputed islands in the South China Sea, it warned the U.S. against sending its naval vessels through the disputed waters.
Local NBC and CBS stations went dark Friday after Dish and Tegna Inc. were unable to agree to a new carriage contract.
As a new biographical film arrives, a study examines Americans' seemingly insatiable appetite for stories about the late Apple leader.
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