Macron said Le Pen was a "high priestess of fear" who would start a civil war, while Le Pen said her rival was a "darling of the elite."
Observers and U.S.-backed forces confirmed the majority of the casualties were civilians.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said the strike on a Syrian military air base “didn’t cost the president anything.”
Seoul now has an “early capability” to defend against North Korea's nuclear missile threat.
Pope Francis hopes to improve Christian-Muslim ties following a wave of attacks on the country’s Coptic minority.
Israel believed the target to be a Hezbollah weapons cache.
The U.S. military started moving parts of the THAAD missile system to a deployment site in South Korea on Wednesday.
The record of Connie Dabate’s activity on the device suggests she died an hour later than her husband claims.
The German minister said he would meet with the groups critical of the IDF despite the warnings.
The enhanced security measures would be similar to a ban already imposed on airports in eight Middle Eastern nations.
The sale of toys like teddy bears marks a return to normality for Mosul’s children after nearly three years under ISIS.
The global Al-Qaeda head predicted a long battle against the ‘Crusaders’ and Shi’ites.
The evacuation of civilians in four besieged Syrian towns is also part of the deal.
Though inspectors tried to remove Syria's chemical arsenal in 2014, evidence of sarin use in a recent strike suggests some remained.
The white and marmalade kitten was rescued by Turkish soldiers in al-Bab.
Assad said his regime had given up all of its chemical weapons stockpiles
As the bodies pile up at a hospital south of the ISIS stronghold, workers make do with what they can.
Israeli politicians had attacked Spicer and the U.S. over the Holocaust blunder, saying "the White House urgently needs a history teacher."
The militant leader was killed after he traveled to a tourist hot spot on a hostage-taking expedition.