Idil Eser has been held in Silivri—the largest penal facility in Europe—for two months.
The jihadi group opposes the country’s claim to be the world’s true Islamic state.
Malaysia's PM Najib Razak is under investigation by the Department of Justice (DOJ) for money laundering.
For some users, hate speech dropped as much as 80 to 90 percent.
300,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh as the army burns their villages and lays mines along the border.
The U.S. is trying to get China to crack down on North Korea but threats to sanction Beijing just aren’t believable.
The haul of jewelry, statues and ancient sarcophagi was recovered from Luxor’s Valley of the Kings.
Shin Bet chief says Palestinian militants are deepening connection with the Iran’s “Shiite axis.”
Beate Zschaepe is the main surviving member of a neo-Nazi gang accused of murdering 10 people.
The hurricane left scores of people dead in the Caribbean.
The CIA chief says documents from the 2011 special forces raid to be published in "weeks."
It's unknown whether Hamza bin Laden is his father's anointed heir, but he keeps appearing in the group's propaganda.
The Justice Department is also looking into Sputnik, another media outlet with ties to the Russian government, a former correspondent has said.
After a series of natural disasters in Mexico, the country is reversing its offer of aid to Texas victims of Hurricane Harvey.
The growing crises in mainland Southeast Asia are quickly spiraling out of control.
Russia's top diplomat said Moscow acted out of "goodwill" by expelling only 755 diplomats in July.
Her failure to condemn the atrocities is prompting people to denounce her work and demand her Nobel Peace Prize is rescinded.
The bombing of a chemical weapons facility in Syria was to prevent Hezbollah attacking Israel
Germany's chancellor and Russia's president are set to talk about how to de-escalate tensions.
The U.S. has long suspected the Russian outlet takes its orders from Moscow.
The U.N. Security Council is expected to vote on a resolution imposing new restrictions on North Korea on Monday afternoon.
Globalization has seen political and religious violence become an ever-present threat, both online and on the ground.
The embassy in the U.K. said the tweet was an error and has since deleted it.
Up to 70,000 responders worked at Ground Zero in dangerous conditions after the attacks.
German investigators create list of serial numbers that could be used to provide fake identities for jihadists.
North Korea's leader feted the officials responsible for last week's missile test.
Irma has already been dubbed one of the most powerful Atlantic storms in decades, killing 21 people and flattening property across tropical destinations such as St. Martin, Cuba and Barbuda.
Savvy Shields, 2017’s Miss America, will crown the 2018 winner in Atlantic City.
The Azov Regiment is occupying the villa of Ukraine’s pro-Russian former president.
North Korea “will keep watching every move of the U.S,” after Nikki Haley’s “tongue-lashing.”