Around 1.5 million Muslims took the journey last year.
The group is losing in Iraq and Syria, but its toxic brand threatens countries worldwide. Here are ten most at risk.
The government is offering the day-long course free of charge.
It would show our commitment to Ukraine’s sovereignty and freedom of navigation on the high seas.
Six years after the Extortion 17 helicopter exploded, here's the inside story of what really happened on the deadliest day in America's war in Afghanistan.
The book's Korean title mocks North Korea’s official name of Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), turning it into Capitalist Republic of Korea.
The International Atomic Energy Agency said Iran was in compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal.
There was booing from the crowd every time Netanyahu referred to the “fake new media.”
After North Korea's latest missile test, Japan asked the U.S. to call for even more economic sanctions against Kim Jong Un's regime.
The alleged attacker shouted "Allahu Akbar" as police officers tried to restrain him.
The Iraqi leader said that Baghdad's forces are in complete control of Nineveh Province.
The 33-year-old businessman said the president had to tune out negative coverage from the mainstream media.
The "Festival of Sacrifice" will be marked in some Islamic countries with over a week of public holidays between August and September.
Amnesty International has launched a campaign to highlight abductions in Syria.
The Islamic Cultural Center of Quebec called the attack "another hateful act."
Over 1,200 people have died in floods across South Asia, with at least seven people killed in the building collapse.
Mounting tensions between Qatar and its neighbors spilled over in June, when Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain all cut diplomatic ties with Qatar.
Only Diana could draw together Hillary Clinton, Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, Henry Kissinger and 43 members of the royal family.
Her death showed the world how small it had become, how much in common are our intimate senses and emotions. Remember her.
The Pentagon says there are actually 11,000 U.S. troops in Afghanistan, 2,600 more than were previously said to be there.
The French satirical weekly has a controversial take on Hurricane Harvey.
Russia has said its new military drill is not aimed at any particular state, but the planned map shows the hypothetical enemy is in Poland, Latvia and Lithuania.
Harris Media’s website lists Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Sarah Palin, and Britain’s pro-Brexit UKIP party among its past clients.
Saudi Arabia makes billions off of the pilgrimage to Islam's holiest site and it's bulldozed countless historic religious sites to make room for modern luxuries.
Nowadays, Britain’s royal family is seen around the world as an example of keeping a traditional institution relevant, but it wasn't always so.
Abubakar Shekau, a jihadi with a $7 million U.S. bounty on his head, continues to give Nigeria’s military the slip.
Even the most optimistic polls give Navalny 2 percent support, with Putin at 63 percent.
The defense has been given just four weeks to digest the classified documents that underpin the prosecution.
The U.S.-led coalition bombed the path of the convoy of ISIS fighters and their families, saying it was “a lucrative target” and threatening more strikes.
The Ambassador for War Crimes is among the posts that were due for the axe.