The army has used airstrikes and street combat, yet still the Maute Group Islamist militants fight on.
"Never mind driving a car...I want her to drive society," said Prince Faisal Bin Abdullah, the second Saudi prince to express support for women driving.
The White House has already indicated it will not meet the emissions goals U.S. set as part of the international accord.
The railway is such a source of pride for Kenya’s president that he’s threatened to hang anyone who vandalizes it.
Beijing will have oversight of multinationals’ data, including their intellectual property.
The State Department's Stuart Jones appeared took a 20-second-long silent pause when a reporter asked him about U.S.' backing of democracy and Saudi Arabia
The white crocodile Birkin 30 bag broke the previous record for most expensive handbag sold at auction set only last year.
In 2002, Conservative candidate Peter Cuthbertson wrote in a blog that a woman’s promiscuity was relevant in rape cases.
The women gathered in front of a banner that read: "Femicide is Genocide."
Seven other workers living nearby complained of health problems and two were taken to hospital.
In the township of Manenberg, one of the worst precincts in South Africa for drug crime, completing high school is a rare achievement.
He feels more comfortable in the company of dictators than our democratic allies.
With less than a year until Russia’s next presidential election, Putin is keeping quiet about his future.
The president said the Islamic Republic “fueled the fires of sectarian conflict and terror” in the Middle East.
The clash highlighted the ill-discipline of Nigeria’s security forces, accused of human rights abuses in their campaign against Boko Haram.
The government is yet to secure a high-profile conviction for graft.
Lebanon's Ministry of Economy and Trade said it had taken the "necessary measures" to ban the film due to its Israeli lead.
The Kremlin’s work with the U.S. would be “much simpler” if Democrats accepted the Republicans' victory at the polls, Putin said.
Russian hacking and interference in elections won’t end with Trump.
The pope had wanted to visit the war-torn country, but ongoing violence between the two main ethnic groups proved too dangerous.
“Mom did everything and I didn’t know anything,” Chung Yoo-ra, 20, said in January.
Moscow ordered its Admiral Essen frigate and Krasnodar submarine to open fire.
One man has been arrested and two are missing according to China Labor Watch.
The attack took place near the entrance to the German embassy.
A report by The Wall Street Journal claims French intelligence gave Iraq names and faces of French citizens in the Islamic State group to be killed.
The Labour Party has seemingly succeeded in at least making the United Kingdom general election competitive.
Receiving intelligence from hostile foreign networks is much like playing a schoolyard game.
After Angelina Melnikova posted Instagram photos in a feminist T-shirt, the Russian Olympic Committee tweeted that she's also "pretty."
The Iran-backed Popular Mobilization Forces captured a strategic border crossing from ISIS in Iraq, giving Tehran a chance to bolster its battle in Syria.
The detention of Dennis Christensen is the first since Russia’s Supreme Court upheld a ban on Jehovah’s Witnesses nationwide.