Bosnia's autonomous Serb entity is set to defy its highest court with a referendum Sunday.
Syrian army attacks rebel-held areas in Aleppo hours after ceasefire deal is announced.
At least 34 Libyan fighters killed and more than 180 wounded as forces close in on ISIS militants.
The former military pilot said Ukraine needed nothing from Russia beyond simple trade ties.
Violations of the ceasefire and casualties have skyrocketed this summer.
More than 260 people died during the attempted coup.
Clashes in capital as vice president claims his residence was attacked by president's troops.
The MMA fighter believed Slice, who died on Monday, was healthy enough to fight.
The Kremlin's priorities have not changed in eastern Ukraine since 2014.
The "cessation of hostilities" agreed to by the United States and Russia is due to take hold on Saturday morning.
The 48-year-old says it's easy for her to stay in competition shape.
Dennis Wideman's crosscheck of an official was far from the first time an athlete has lashed out at an official.
Half the refugees questioned said the Syrian president must go before they could return.
A Q&A with Don Elbaum, boxing promoter and expert.
"We thank God to be alive today. We thank the Nigerian army for saving our lives."
The port city is considered a prime target for the Donetsk separatists.
Iraqi prime minister Haider al-Abadi said Iraqi forces would prevail with the support of the international coalition.
Despite Poroshenko's insistence that weaponry is being withdrawn from the frontline, tensions are still running high.
Newsweek's reporter files an eyewitness account of the battle to defend the strategic airport against Russian-backed soldiers.
Violence in Ukraine's eastern Donbass regions is at its worst since the September ceasefire agreement