Two leading members of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's party had called for a law regulating the behavior of Muslims.
The administration understands Bashar al-Assad’s utter subordination to Iran for the sake of Hezbollah.
The United Cyber Caliphate called on lone wolf attackers to “kill them wherever you find them”.
The British-born DJ has apologized and deactivated his Facebook page after receiving death threats.
Was Putin’s presence linked to the timing and what history does the city have of extremism?
Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron remain strong front-runners ahead of the second French presidential election debate.
The city will be larger than Shanghai, which has 24 million residents.
The suspect hired a sniper, who was an undercover FBI agent, to kill the pontiff during a 2015 visit.
Reports suggest the January meeting was to establish a Russia-U.S. backchannel.
The government in Damascus continues to deny allegations that it has used chemical weapons against civilians.
Akbarzhon Jalilov, 22, had Russian citizenship and had lived in the country for six years.
Duterte came to power 10 months ago. He has removed dozens of bureaucrats, two senior immigration officials and a former campaign spokesman from positions on corruption issue.
Beijing's resistance to the THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) anti-missile system put up south of Seoul has become a major thorn in bilateral ties with the United States.
In the run-up to Carrie Lam's victory, student leaders eschewed public protests and opted instead to use social media, leaflets and street booths to present their case that the election was undemocratic.
Last month, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said after talks in Beijing with Rex Tillerson that the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue is between the United States and North Korea.
That kind of ground-level awareness of the war helps inform strategic decisions, Marine General Joseph Dunford said, adding it was the same reason he regularly leaves Washington to visit Iraq.
As the U.S. and Kurd-backed Syrian Democratic Forces battles with ISIS over the Tabqa Dam, the Syrian army repelled rebels in Damascus and Hama.
A Jewish center in Sweden was targeted with graffiti, swastika stickers and neo-Nazi threats.
Russia's Yasen-class Kazan nuclear submarine was designed to hold long-range Kalibr cruise missiles, supersonic Oniks cruise missiles and more deadly weapons.
More than 5,166 Turkish citizens applied for asylum in 2016, compared with 1,767 applications received in 2015. Hundreds come from diplomats and military personnel.
A Lebanese animal rights group has said the four-month-old cubs were trapped in a filthy box for seven days.
Gigaba has promised to radically transform South Africa’s economy, after its credit rating was just downgraded to junk status.
El-Sissi’s Washington visit comes amid Trump’s proposed budget cuts that would reduce spending on U.S. foreign aid.
Cancerous cells were more likely to be found in obese people, and the prevalence of cancer cells decreased when people lost weight.
The rise of a global Muslim middle class means the market for lifestyle apps is growing.
Elliott Abrams says it is very close to the Bush-Sharon understandings of 2003 and 2004.
Canada had the highest number of babies suffering from colic, which causes them the cry for more than three hours a day for more than three days a week.
Monday's bombing in St. Petersburg followed a long history of militant attacks on Russia under President Vladimir Putin.
The Turkish leader has repeatedly lashed out at European countries while campaigning for votes in a referendum to increase presidential powers.
The results of Ecuador's presidential election are set to be challenged, which would be bad news for Julian Assange.