Former President Bill Clinton said he agrees that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is “not the guy” for a peace deal.
Fears about the threat posed by the Islamic State are mounting not only in the West but also in the capital of the world’s most populous Muslim nation.
The militant-held Iraqi city of Mosul is ushering in a new school year with a curriculum that has “permanently annulled” lessons in history, literature, art, music and Christianity.
Members of the Islamic State group operating out of Syria have responded to the threat of U.S. airstrikes by going underground. The streets in Raqqa have been cleared of vehicles and the group’s assets have been redeployed to minimize exposure to western intelligence agencies.
Three soldiers serving in the U.S.-led NATO force in Afghanistan were killed by a suicide bomber who attacked their convoy early Tuesday morning.
Ukraine’s parliament ratified an agreement to deepen economic and political ties with the European Union on Tuesday, and passed legislation to grant autonomy to the rebellious east as part of a peace deal.
A plane belonging to the Syrian military crashed in the northeastern city of Raqqa, a site held by members of the terror group, Islamic State.
The judge who issued Oscar Pistorius a not-guilty finding for murder — but guilty verdict for culpable homicide — is now facing harsh criticisms and even threats, and police have circled to protect her.
A group of militants attacked a Pakistan army post from neighboring Afghanistan Tuesday morning, sparking a shootout that left 11 insurgents and three soldiers killed, the military said, as government warplanes killed 20 local militants elsewhere in the northwest.
North Korea’s Supreme Court sentenced Matthew Miller, an American in his mid-20s who hails from California, to six years of hard labor for committing “hostile acts” when he tore up his visa at Pyongyang airport a few months ago.