The jihadi group has displaced more than 2 million people across northeast Nigeria and neighboring countries.
After a 22-year-old woman was strangled to death, Mexico City’s Public Prosecution tweeted she "had problems with alcohol," and consumed drugs on the night she was killed.
"Here’s the shocker: I will kill you. I will really kill you. And that’s why the rapporteur of the U.N. is here, investigating extrajudicial killing," Duterte said.
The Kremlin has called for initiatives at home and abroad to spread Russian history, particularly regarding its role in World War II and defeating the Nazis.
Marine Le Pen has a mountain to climb going into the final hours of her presidential race against Emmanuel Macron.
The latest controversy comes a month after Jenner was slammed for appearing in a Pepsi commercial trivializing political resistance.
ISIS published an article titled "Just Terror Tactics" that, in part, describes how fighters can obtain weapons in the U.S.
The U.S.-backed, majority-Kurd Syrian Democratic Forces and the Russia-backed Syrian military are separately threatening ISIS's final major strongholds.
The Ministry of Education and Sports, run by Museveni’s wife, says the book will "enlighten the youth."
The fashion icon has been at the helm of American Vogue for almost 30 years.
He chose the name because people told him it would not be allowed in the country. "Saudis don't step back from a challenge," his friend said.
Rights groups have accused Ethiopian security forces of opening fire on protesters, killing hundreds.
Jehovah's Witnesses are subject to restrictive policies around the globe.
The Syrian government says it destroyed its stockpiles in 2014.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command has noticed an uptick of approaches after two years of relative silence.
In an unprecededented petition to the king in September, nearly 15,000 Saudi women demanded an end to the system.
The president hosted the Palestinian leader at the White House on Wednesday.
President Mahamadou Issoufou was due to arrive on Friday.
F.W. de Klerk said that he was “deeply disappointed” in the scandal-dogged leader.
The Remain camp failed to make a convincing argument about immigration, Phillips said.
In Honduras, one woman is estimated to die at the hands of a man every 16 hours.
The attack sparked nationwide outrage and led to India’s parliament passing new anti-rape laws.
The Admiral Essen joins its sister vessel, which arrived after the U.S. strike on Syria.
Israel's top medical association is preventing its members from taking part in the practice.
Pyongyang vowed to “mercilessly destroy” those it claims are responsible.
Moise Katumbi, the chairman of Congo’s premier football team and a presidential candidate, has not set foot in the country for a year.
The president was in the city to meet with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
The train travels across the northern-most island of Hokkaido.
The move suggests ISIS is planning further attacks against Christians in the North African country.
The Mexican drug kingpin spends up to 23 hours locked up and is not allowed to receive any visitors.