No one has said how many died during the fierce urban battles, but there are grim clues.
The country’s foreign minister attended a meeting with Kushner despite reports that he would not to express his displeasure over withdrawn U.S. aid.
Beijing says it opposes unilateral sanctions — even though it is a tactic it habitually uses.
Netanyahu and Abbas are both fighting for their political survival.
Washington is taking aim at Pyongyang's trade ties
It's just Trump being Trump, Mexican leaders say.
Official warns that the number of dead could rise amid conflicting reports about the identity of the victims.
Kirill Serebrennikov was put under house arrest in a controversial embezzlement case.
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Vice Adm. Joseph P. Aucoin was removed following two collisions by warships with freighters that killed U.S. sailors.
After 38 years in power, José Eduardo dos Santos is not running in Wednesday's election.
Defense Secretary Mattis said “no military in the world’s history” has paid more attention to limiting such casualties.
Dead imam recruited young men from the Moroccan immigrant community in the mountain town of Ripoll.
Pakistan fears “tough times ahead” after Trump denounced the country for offering safe haven to “terrorists.”
Divers had been sent into the sealed compartments of the USS John S. McCain.
American and South Korean militaries take part in annual joint exercises amid tensions.
India’s Supreme Court struck down the traditional Muslim divorce formula, the “triple talaq.”
The BBC says a Thai lawyer has withdrawn a criminal defamation case against a British BBC journalist involving a report on foreigners being defrauded of property.
Sudan’s foreign ministry says Russia’s ambassador to the African country has been found dead in his residence in Khartoum.
The collision between the USS John S. McCain and an oil tanker has exposed a long-simmering dispute between Singapore and Malaysia over which country should control a 60-meter (197-foot) wide outcropping at the edge of the South China Sea.
Shares in Dixons Carphone PLC, one of Britain’s most visible high street brands, have slumped by nearly a third after the company warned that its profits this year would be lower than expected, largely because the fall in the pound since last year’s vote to leave the European Union has prompted customers to hold on to their handsets for longer.
Dutch police investigating a terror threat that prompted the cancellation of a concert by an American rock band in Rotterdam arrested a 22-year-old man in the early hours of Thursday.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said Thursday he’s willing to work with his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in on addressing differences between the two countries following months of angry rhetoric and economic retaliation over Seoul’s deployment of a U.S. missile-defense system.