Nearly 90,000 Rohingya have sought refuge in Bangladesh in the past 10 days, fleeing the violence.
Ramzan Kadyrov appealed to Putin for help and condemned the persecution of the Rohingya people.
The stolen artifact has been returned to Iraqi officials in Baghdad.
Trump has overturned Obama's ban and approved exploratory drilling, starting in December.
An ISIS recruiter tried to convince an undercover reporter pretending to be an ISIS sympathizer to carry out an attack.
Jihadis are still battling three months after launching an armed offensive on the southern city.
Trump’s hands-off approach comes amid a surge in special operations activity demanded by his generals.
When Putin meets Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe this week, the two leaders will discuss an island dispute that spans decades.
Seoul fears Pyongyang will soon fire an intercontinental ballistic missile toward the North Pacific.
His tone was in keeping with previous comments on the issue made by President Trump.
The president is meeting with military leaders on Sunday.
Wang was conducting dissertation research in Iran in 2016 when he was detained and charged with "spying under the cover of research", an accusation his family and university denied.
A limited talent pool in the BJP means he has had to depend upon retired civil servants to fill key posts.
The president's controversial tweets may cause more than anger, lawmakers fear.
China has lambasted the West and its allies over recent weeks for promoting the "China responsibility theory" for North Korea.
The White House is said to be monitoring the situation in North Korea very closely following the latest test.
Hydrogen bombs have never been used in warfare and can generate force hundreds of times higher than the atomic bombs used at Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Though Colombia's president won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work with FARC, the National Liberation Army is still at large.
Pyongyang carried out its sixth and most powerful nuclear test on Sunday, causing a 6.3 magnitude earthquake.
Did the Tsarnaev brothers who planted the Boston bombs act on their own initiative? It seems most unlikely.
President Donald Trump and his wife took an active role in devastated Houston, countering criticisms of his last visit to Texas.
Leif-Erik Holm of the hard-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) is mounting a robust challenge to Chancellor Angela Merkel in her constituency as she seeks re-election on Sept. 24.
Military leaders said they did not fear an invasion from the West, touting Tehran's growing military might at home and abroad.
Russia's foreign ministry has summoned a U.S. diplomat in Moscow to hand a formal note of protest.
The U.S. and South Korean presidents spoke on the phone about revising the military treaty that limits the size of Seoul's missiles.
Pyongyang has slammed South Korean media as a threat, while Donald Trump has previously called journalists "enemies of the American people."
Our inability to decide is a dangerous inflection point that may lead to increasing global disorder.
The Russian president said that focusing solely on pressuring North Korea to give up its missile program is “futile.”
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, his opposition, U.S.-backed Kurdish forces and the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) all recognized Eid al-Adha.
To kick off the school year, Vladimir Putin donned his professorial hat and covered quite a few topics in a lecture to Russia's youth.