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.
Telephone data showed the cell discussing targets for attacks.
The far-right leader referenced online rumors that her opponent had one of the accounts in the Bahamas during their heated television debate.
China hopes to compete with world-leaders Airbus and Boeing.
The government released a video of the 46-year-old as a "proof of life", but his wife, Lilian Tintori called it fake.
The independent candidate is predicted to win 62 percent of the votes on Sunday.
A top Army general of U.S. and NATO's European forces said the Western military alliance is taking a wartime posture to Russia's rise to the world stage.
Cheaper soda is likely to lead to higher rates of obesity, diabetes and cancer worldwide, according to a new report from the CDC and American Cancer Society.
The Vatican said in a statement Thursday that the duo would meet up May 24.
Israel may think it has a good reason to let Barghouti die but it is unlikely to cope with the aftermath.
Scientists at Moscow State University are planning to launch a constellation of satellites.
Rebels nearly quit the talks over Tehran's involvement but the Astana peace process continues.
Tusk's comments follow the British prime minister's accusations that Brussels was meddling in the U.K.'s election.