“At a time when I think Iran wants to be seen in a more positive light and be part of the international community it really brings a question to how the country really works.”
“They took women, girls, small children and youths as hostages but we cannot count them,” a Kurdish fighter told Reuters.
The United Nations Security Council held a first-ever emergency session on Ebola on Thursday.
More than 190,000 Syrians have died in the three-year long conflict. The Syrian Campaign, a London-registered NGO, collected the work of 9 Syrian artists depicting the conflict’s casualties.
Journalist John Cantlie appears saying he will “expose the truth about the Islamic State” in new footage. Developing…
The sentences have been suspended for three years on condition of good behavior.
“Everyone harasses us now because of this conflict,” said one female refugee. A new report reveals the scale of the abuse.
The legislation does not spell out exactly what arms the U.S. will give out — and to whom.
The majority were in Asia.
Gulnara Karimova has hired a spokesman with a London-based PR firm who sent the photos to journalists.
It’s the side of the UN the politicians don’t want you to see. Sort of.
A week of flooding in northern India and eastern Pakistan has left more than 400 people dead.
Just 20 animals remain, including a pregnant lioness.
Maryam al-Khawaja was arrested two weeks ago when entering Bahrain — to see her imprisoned father then also on a hunger strike.
Some may never see trial at all.
The al-Qaeda-affiliated group released the peacekeepers after two weeks in captivity.
“I can’t imagine what they are doing to her right now,” her brother says.