In an hour-long acceptance speech, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton listed the risks to American prosperity, assuring that the country will "rise to the challenges, as it always has."
Interior minister working on a "new model" of France's relation with Islam.
Government lost five percent of its territory in the first half of 2016.
Washington says ‘rebranding’ not to change its view of the jihadist group.
Violence forces thousands to leave their homes in crisis-hit Nigeria.
Al-Shabab targeted African Union's peacekeeping base in Somalia.
Soldiers were ambushed on way back to base after a successful raid.
Peace agreement last year has failed to curb violence by armed groups.
Recent killings of three 12-year-old girls sparked nationwide protests.
Two killed and more than a dozen wounded at Club Blu in Florida.
Country hit by severe shortage of food, medicine and other supplies.
Opposition blames economic woes on the government's poor policies.
Country’s public broadcaster aired details of alleged child abuses.
Philippines' F.M. says Manila agreed on A.S.E.A.N. joint statement.
Japan suffered its worst mass killing in decades after a man launched a knife attack at a facility for the disabled in Sagamihara on Tuesday, killing 19 people and injuring about 26 others.
Footage of assault at corrections centers sparked widespread outcry.
Radicalized 19-year-old attacker was on a security agencies' watch-list.
Amnesty International decries beating and torture of post-coup detainees.
A 27-year-old asylum seeker from Syria detonated a backpack device outside a music festival in the German city of Ansbach, killing himself and injuring 12 others on Sunday.
Attacker planned the Bastille Day massacre for several months.
About 300,000 civilians trapped as violence intensifies in rebel-held city.
U.S. and Russia to announce military cooperation plans early next month.
Assault follows a deadly IS strike in the Iraqi capital on Sunday.
Coalition leaders pledge $2 billion to fund stabilization plans in Iraq.
U.S. President Barack Obama condemned the killing of three policemen in the city of Baton Rouge in Louisiana and urged all Americans to unite and refrain from divisive rhetoric and actions.
Stolen information was later offered for sale to Chinese companies.
U.S. President Barack Obama paid tribute to five police officers, who were killed in Dallas last week and urged Americans to unite in the face of mounting racial tensions across the country.
Move aimed at preparing Iraqi forces for a complex fight in IS-held Mosul.