American civilians who fought in Syrian Kurdish units against ISIS watch a dream unravel

Dozens of Westerners who volunteered to help Syrian Kurds build a place they called Rojava are likely still in harm’s way.

How Boris Johnson could pass his Brexit deal on ‘Super Saturday’

The math looks tight. But the British leader has a chance of getting the agreement passed.

Trump’s decision to host G-7 at his golf club creates awkwardness for world leaders

European leaders’ frustration with President Trump was a bubbling subtext at an E.U. summit.

Failed arrest of El Chapo’s son turns city into an urban war zone

One of Mexico’s most infamous drug traffickers was arrested and then released as the cartel overpowered government security forces. 
A Lebanese demonstrator walks by a fire at a makeshift barricade Friday in Beirut. (AFP via Getty Images)
A Lebanese demonstrator walks by a fire at a makeshift barricade Friday in Beirut. (AFP via Getty Images)

After anti-corruption protests, Lebanese prime minister sets 72-hour deadline for reforms

Lebanese protesters demanding the resignation of corrupt officials clashed Friday with security forces across the country, shortly after Lebanon’s Prime Minister Saad Hariri set a 72-hour deadline for the government to settle on measures aimed at addressing a mounting economic crisis.

She’s 19 and lives with her mother: Meet the feminist teenager running for office in Argentina

Ofelia Fernández vows to bring feminism to local politics and to give voice to the thousands of Argentinian teenagers who fought for the legalization of abortion.

Witnesses report shelling and gunfire, although President Trump has hailed the U.S.-brokered cease-fire deal as a victory for all parties.

Local leaders caution the militant group could reemerge once troops depart. 

The attack comes as civilian casualties in the country have reached record-high levels.

He's not the most powerful of El Chapo's sons, but has emerged as an important leader in the Sinaloa cartel.

Some lawmakers have suggested that they might support Boris Johnson’s deal — on the condition that it is put to a public vote.

In a new and emotional television interview, Meghan opens up about life as a new mother and the mental health impact of relentless tabloid coverage.

For seven years, photographer Alice Martins has documented the Syrian conflict. She recounts her last days in Syria, as Turkey's military operations altered the country's fate

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More than 60,000 people were killed at the Stutthof concentration camp in Poland.

Domestic demand is cooling in the world’s second-largest economy, hampering expansion.

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Trump touts a “deal” with Turkey, while essentially giving his Turkish counterpart everything he wanted for minimal return.

Citing economic woes, demonstrators demand the resignation of Prime Minister Saad Hariri’s government.

Made of 10 dark beads and a “smart cross” to store data, the $110 rosary is wearable as a bracelet and syncs up with what Vatican News calls “the official prayer app of the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network.”

The agency has set aside $150 million to settle misconduct claims.

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Mulvaney defended the president’s actions as commonplace and appropriate. “I have news for everybody: get over it. There’s going to be political influence in foreign policy.”

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Indonesian President Joko Widodo will be sworn in for a final five-year term with a mixed record of reformist agenda and unwilling to press for accountability

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School and university students have flooded subway stations in Chile’s capital, jumping turnstiles, dodging fares and vandalizing equipment as part of protests against a fare hike

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Japan has decided not to join a U.S. coalition to protect commercial vessels in the Middle East, but will send its own force to ensure the safe shipment of oil to Japan

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Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg stayed away from any direct criticism of Alberta’s oil sands as she took her message to the oil rich Canadian province

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Mexican security forces say they aborted an attempt to capture a son of imprisoned drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman after finding themselves outgunned in a fierce shootout with cartel enforcers

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As the Trump administration has all but stopped allowing Central American families to seek asylum in the US, Mexican parents and children are arriving in increasing numbers at the southern border and seeking asylum amid escalating cartel violence

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