Ameen is believed to have assassinated a police officer in the town of Rawah in 2014 while fighting for ISIS.
Kyle Howard-Muthulingam, 16, died trying to rescue a mother and son who appeared to be struggling in the water at a Toronto beach.
Shortly after a top LGBT activist in Russia posted a copy of a letter permitting his event, officials began to suggest they would pull the plug.
The world’s cities ranked according to stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education, and infrastructure.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he wanted to “free the poor of India from the clutches of poverty due to which they cannot afford health care.”
U.S. sanctions on Turkey have effectively split U.S. policy in the region.
Denis Furtado was captured by police after four days on the run in July.
Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani made the announcement Wednesday, saying the move was his way of standing by "brothers in Turkey."
More than 270 people have drowned in Germany since the beginning of the year, 20 of whom were children under 15.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Foreign Minister Javad Zarif initially argued that the deal would bring a windfall of foreign investment, but that promise did not materialize.
Russia and China have sought to expand their ties in the wake of what they consider an aggressive U.S. foreign policy.
“We call on the warring parties for a cessation of hostilities because the virus is dangerous to all. It doesn’t choose between this group and that group,” World Health Organization Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said.
Turkey's economy is crumbling fast and the value of its currency has plummeted; observers are now wondering if the country can support its multitudes of refugees.
“I think the Canadian government is only beginning to understand how offensive their conduct has been to the Saudi government,” former Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird said in an interview.
Wildfire smoke from the West is wrapping to Subtropical Storm Ernesto's circulation, says one expert.
Melting snow and ice in Switzerland allowed experts to discover an American military plane that crash-landed on a glacier 72 years ago.
“Aren’t homosexuals rather social?” the rejection document reportedly asked, arguing that the 18-year-old had few friends and a confrontational streak.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said his country "must overcome this division for our survival and prosperity" ahead of his first trip to Pyongyang.
"A few days ago, Israel allowed more than 10 tons of postal parcels that were stuck in Jordan," a postal worker said.
Some 20,000 people are impacted by 566 fires burning in the region.
Dublin police officers had to set the apprehended man free, before officially and immediately detaining him themselves.
The earthquake reportedly damaged 6,000 homes and affected more than 48,000 residents in the counties of Tonghai and Huaning, and in the district of Jiangchuan.
Around 75 percent of Caracas residents say they do not have regular access to water, while residents continue to battle hyperinflation and empty supermarket shelves.
Turkey is treating two NATO allies very differently: Greek soldiers accused of spying went home on Wednesday, while an American pastor sits in prison.
The politician’s kidnapping came after Genaro Negrete Urbano, the mayor of Naupan, was abducted along the same Hidalgo highway in July. He was later found shot dead.
“We should not be tenants in our own land,” said Associated Minister of Finance David Parker.
The alleged offenses were committed against five girls in Britain.
“Denmark, like Venezuela, has stripped people of their opportunities,” Fox's Trish Regan said, before receiving some updated information from Copenhagen.
A bill to legalize abortion at up to 14 weeks was defeated earlier this month in Argentina.
The North Korean regime's official news agency said Putin told Kim he would like to meet him soon.