The Treasury Department hits two suspected Islamic State leaders for allegedly making chemical weapons used against the U.S. and allies in Iraq.
Deputy Chief of Staff of Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mostafa Izadi said Tehran has evidence of the U.S.'s "direct support" for the Islamic State militant group.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told Secretary of State Rex Tillerson that the U.S. must stop attacking pro-Syrian government forces fighting ISIS.
While Saif al-Islam is at liberty in Libya, he is still wanted by the ICC for alleged crimes perpetrated during the Libyan revolution.
The Baltics have been particularly worried about Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014.
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The discovery of the plot led to a laptop ban on flights from eight majority Middle Eastern nations in March.
Chief Vladimir Putin critic Alexei Navalny was arrested Monday for the second time in three months.
Moscow police arrested hundreds, including protest leader Alexei Navalny, who called for an anti-corruption march in the Russian capital.
Protests against the city’s gay pride celebrations are way off the mark.
Nigerian police arrested the 36-year-old, who has been linked to at least 13 abductions in the West African country.
An embargo by Saudi Arabia and other Gulf states on Qatar over "terrorism" has entered its second week.
Four men were jailed for eating in public and some Tunisians are not happy that the state is enforcing the annual Islamic fast.
Oliver Stone dismissed the possibility he served as a tool for Putin's propaganda, but largely agrees with the Russian leader.
A week after 9/11, Eritrea rounded up its journalists and put them in jail. Now, only one independent radio station broadcasts in the closed state.
The U.S. military command in Kabul said it was investigating the reports.
The pope has stepped in decisively on the church’s crisis in Ahiara, where priests have refused to accept their bishop for the past four years.
The Somali militant group has carried out multiple roadside bombings in Kenya recently, killing 20 police officers.
Alexei Navalny mobilized millions in March in an anti-corruption rally targeted at the Russian prime minister.
President Trump gave U.S. forces in Somalia more leeway to strike the Al-Qaeda affiliate earlier this year.
The cause of the crash is unconfirmed but an official said there was "a very big cloud" in the area.
The 23-year-old had tried to make a dash for the men's section of Judaism's holiest site.
Macron's rivals are not happy about losing their seats and influence in the French parliament.
Passengers on the China Eastern flight heard a bang on take-off.
Prime minister retains most of her ministers and appoints party rival Michael Gove to agriculture post.
Regardless of vote's outcome, Congress would need to act to confer statehood on the island territory.
Qatari referees are replaced for an upcoming match between the United Arab Emirates and Thailand.
If forecasts hold, France's new president will have a large mandate to lead.
50 years after Israel's victory, many former residents of the Moroccan Quarter regret leaving their homes.
A counter-terrorism court's sentence is the 'first-ever death sentence in a case that involves social media.'