Despite six-years fighting against President Bashar Assad, Syrian fighters are staying optimistic in their battle.Read More
Today’s international briefs: Duterte and Chelsea Clinton spar over his rape comments; German labor market strong this month; Malaysia Airlines landed flight in Australia; UK search property in Manchester investigation; and four dead in a suicide attack in Egypt.
A suicide bomber in the Afghan city of Kabul killed 90 and wounded more than 400. The bomb, hidden in a truck, damaged international embassies surrounding the area.
By NATALIYA VASILYEVA Associated Press MOSCOW — Russian warships in the Mediterranean Sea have fired four cruise missiles at the Islamic State group’s positions in…
Filipino refugees are end up in evacuation camps after an attack on an Islamic State group leader in Marawi, Phillipines.
As North Korea continues to test ICBM misiles and other nuclear weapons, the United States considers how to address the growing possibility of an attack.
President Donald Trump teased his decision regarding the Paris Climate Accord on Twitter amid concerns from Democrats about jeopardizing international relationships and from economists about the negative impact of climate change.
A top communications aide is exiting the White House as embattled President Donald Trump considers a broader shake-up amid rising anxiety over investigations into his campaign’s contacts with Russia.
A massive bombing by the Islamic State group outside a popular ice cream parlor in central Baghdad and a rush-hour car bomb in another downtown area killed at least 31 people Tuesday. Later in the day, bombings in and around the Iraqi capital killed seven more people.
A seniors’ center in East Germany has found that memorabilia from Communist times has helped relieve the symptoms of elderly dementia patients.
India spends $92,000 to recover Mount Everest climbers’ bodies; the Italian premier says Europe cannot rely on the U.S. for climate change; the U.N. prosecutes staffers for threats made at a refugee camp; Goldman Sachs was accused of buying Venezuelan oil bonds.
The former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega, a onetime U.S. ally who was ousted by an American invasion in 1989, died late Monday at age 83.