Iran-aligned Houthis have lost much territory in a two-year-old civil war but still control the capital city.
The Iraqi government has halted its drive to oust ISIS from Mosul due to civilian casualties.
The group didn’t reckon with the Taliban, which isn’t into power-sharing.
Europe-Turkey relations have soured following the president's crackdown on opponents and spats over referendum rallies.
Brazil had been mired in scandal around its third-largest export, after a litany of meat importers banned Brazilian meat after an inspection controversy.
The International Committee of the Red Cross says the world has three to four months left to save millions of people in Yemen from starvation.
European Union supporters protest on the bloc's 60th anniversary.
The rebels will declare a unilateral ceasefire no later than March 31.
Dozens of civilians were killed in air strikes by Iraqi or U.S.-led coalition forces.
Leaders celebrate the union's 60th anniversary days before Britain begins the process of leaving the EU.
200 aircraft expected to be sold to Iran after 40 years of not buying a Western-built plane.
The president of the European Commission said President Donald Trump's support for Brexit was "annoying" and "surprising" and called Trump's "America First" promise frightening to Europeans.
Some 7,000 cities in 172 will cut the lights at 8:30 p.m. Saturday as part of the 10th annual Earth Hour observance.
Scientists warn it may be too late to save the Great Barrier Reef, which experienced the worst dying off of coral ever recorded in 2016.
Douglas Carswell's defection leaves the anti-EU party without representatives in Parliament.
Trump’s U.S. is not willing to be the world’s pre-eminent “imperialist” power indefinitely.
Most countries view Israeli settlement activity as illegal and an obstacle to peace. Israel disagrees. Palestinians want an independent state in the West Bank, Gaza and East Jerusalem.
Lt. Gen. Kenneth S. Wilsbach, the commander of the 11th Air Force, told Congress that North Korea's missile threat has increased in the past week.
The man was initially suspected of a suicide attack but police said the bomb exploded while he was hiding it from police.
France has sought to update its military services after a series of terrorist attacks in Paris, Nice and other cities.
After defeating the Islamic State group in Palmyra, the Syrian army escorted journalists around the ancient city, revealing ISIS' legacy of death and destruction.
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The Seoul branch of the U.N. Human Rights Committee employs six people to listen to defectors' accounts of human rights abuses.
Six soldiers died and three were injured in the assault on a national guard compound.
A daring raid behind enemy lines initiated a new phase in the battle for the Syrian city.
China warned the United States about a bomber aircraft it claims illegally entered a Chinese air defense zone.
The threat from radical Islamist attackers today is less than the danger posed by violent Irish republicans at its height.
It is an old Russian strategy to conduct its attacks when the world is looking elsewhere.
After reportedly beating an Air India staff member so hard that he fell down, Ravindra Gaikwad was banned from five Indian airlines.
A month before France’s election, Marine Le Pen held a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow.