Iraqi forces are preparing an offensive on ISIS-held Tal Afar, where the group has some 2,000 fighters.
Hezbollah tells Newsweek that President Donald Trump appears confused about who's who and what's what in the Middle East.
Turkey boasts the second largest army in NATO but its government is growing ever closer to Russia.
Rome is probing ties between criminal networks and the jihadi group over possible efforts to smuggle contraband oil.
Yoweri Museveni, 72, says sleeping with a mosquito net and avoiding alcohol are some of the ways to ensure good health.
A U.K. company is looking for a Trump impersonator to take part in an Apprentice-themed treasure hunt.
Hezbollah’s build-up of weapons presents an enormous threat, as does the growing Iranian presence in Syria.
Videos circulating on social media purportedly show the moment of their respective arrests.
The Harry Potter writer incorrectly tweeted Trump could not “bring himself to shake the hand of a small boy who only wanted to touch the President.”
An ejection test carried out on Sunday was the third of its kind in a month.
U.K. has a lower rate of breastfeeding than the U.S.
Without a clear White House strategy it looks unlikely that more troops will be deployed in Afghanistan this year, as defense officials hoped.
A $3.25 million donation from the Clooney Foundation for Justice, Google and HP will pay for transportation, school supplies, computers, content, curriculum and teacher training.
Email exchanges between Emirati and American officials show the UAE wanted Abu Dhabi to host the Taliban embassy.
"In a flash of cosmic light, mankind had entered the atomic age and has lived at risk ever since, hostage to the bomb and to ourselves."
North Korea's media often publishes photos of leader Kim Jong Un for propaganda purposes, but this one may hold the key to something darker.
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister says Qatar asked his country to cede control of Islam's two holiest sites, but Qatar denies doing so.
Agent Orange is a chemical defoliant used in Vietnam that some say causes skin diseases and birth defects.
The elections to a new legislative body faced violent protests in a country where one person a day has died in ongoing protests over the past four months.
Scans of nearly 40,000 documents from Argentina's ministry of foreign affairs are being transferred to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Russia's upcoming Zapad drill was described as a "simulated attack" by Lithuania's government.
An American political writer seems to have had an uncanny vision of future events.
“It’s going to be much harder to do business in Russia as a result of this,” the former U.S. ambassador to Russia said.
Lawrence Lual Malong Yor Jr. is a controversial figure whose stepfather is accused of orchestrating massive violence in a brutal civil war.
Russia's internet watchdog has blocked Reddit, Pornhub and Wikipedia in the past, as well as the websites of Putin's critics.
Afghan security forces confronted three gunmen for hours.
A new report sheds light on the truth behind the pill that has attracted attention for alleged links to jihadis.
EU business and political leaders fear sanctions could hurt the construction of a Russia-Germany natural gas pipeline.
A grassroots tourist industry could revitalize a community battered by geopolitical disaster since Egypt's 2011 revolution.
Police recovered multiple items that could have been used to make a bomb.