The stakes will be high in a crowded rebel-held area along the border with Turkey.
He spent more than 22 years imprisoned on drug dealing and conspiracy convictions.
The Islamic State militant group claimed responsibility for the attack.
Despite the presence of drones, GPS-guided artillery and U.S. jets, the best way forward is still behind a mobile wall of steel.
Martin Schulz suggests Trump's treatment of the German leader was “unacceptable. "
The statues are a visceral reminder of a project that lasted long after the Confederacy was defeated.
The French leader has already said that his firm handshake with Trump “wasn't innocent.”
Corbyn came off as affable — but it may be too little to avoid his expected loss.
He met with Putin for a reset of relations after a tense electoral campaign in which the Russian leader openly supported Macron’s opponent.
He was a stalwart of Greek politics for 60 years — and a divisive figure in the country.
War-weary neighbors stop by Ramzan Haidary’s tiny workshop to chat and commiserate.
North Korea launched a new short-range ballistic missile, similar to a Scud, on Monday morning, and it flew about 280 miles to land inside Japan’s exclusive economic zone. This launch is North Korea...
Without mentioning the U.S. president by name, she was clearly reflecting on his visit.
Child indigence has doubled since the country’s economic bubble burst a quarter-century ago.
At least one civilian death has been reported in clashes throughout the valley, police said.
The terrorist group’s heir apparent has called for Manchester-style attacks.
Kirill Serebrennikov transformed a sleepy theater. Now he’s caught up in a corruption probe.
Authorities are investigating whether he was killed by intruders — or died of poor care.
British Prime Minister Theresa May warned that “the country should remain vigilant” even as authorities say concerns about a new attack have eased.
A popular German state governor announced Tuesday that he is stepping down after being diagnosed with cancer, prompting a change to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s federal Cabinet less than four months before a national election.
Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni says he shares German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s sentiment that Europeans must take their future into their own hands.
South Africa has renounced the citizenship of the man who killed anti-apartheid leader Chris Hani in 1993.
Burundi human rights activists expressed outrage Tuesday over an online video that shows pro-government youth militia members teaching young students songs comparing the opposition to lice.
A court in southern India on Tuesday ordered a four-week stay on the federal government’s decision to ban the sale of cows and buffaloes for slaughter.
The U.N.’s food and agriculture agency says South Sudan could avoid a new famine next year if farmers receive more food, seeds and livestock this rainy season.