At least nine people have been killed and about 64 others injured after a truck bomb struck a police checkpoint in the town of Cizre in southeastern Turkey on Friday.
Some 928 aftershocks strike around Amatrice since Wednesday quake.
About 700 armed men will be allowed to move to rebel-controlled Idlib city.
Violence erupted after two protesters killed in police firing earlier this week.
West concerned over Libya’s security vacuum amid political impasse.
For first time destruction of heritage sites being prosecuted as war crime.
U.N.'s Nepalese troops imported deadly bacterium to African nation.
Major operation underway to seize entire coastal city from jihadist group.
Deal will be subjected to referendum vote before it comes into force.
Inquiry alleges human rights abuse in a drug-related shootout last year.
Suspect was arrested last year for supporting IS group on social media.
More than 1,000 missing and murder cases reported over three decades.
At least 13 people, including seven students, were killed and more than 40 others injured in an attack on the American University in the Afghan capital Kabul late on Wednesday.
Amid heightened tensions over joint military drills by the U.S. and South Korea, the North fired a submarine-launched ballistic missile from near the coastal city of Sinpo on Wednesday.
Military government denies any link with serial blasts earlier this month.
Suspected French attacker shouted "Allahu akbar" during the assault.
Strong aftershocks felt overnight as 4,300 rescuers dig through rubble.
U.S.G.S. locates epicenter at Norcia about 105 miles northwest of Rome.
Aid agency says arms sales to Saudi Arabia fueling brutal war in Yemen.
The suicide attack, which killed at least 50 people and injured 69 others at a wedding ceremony in Turkey's southeastern province of Gaziantep on Saturday, was carried out by a 12 to 14-year-old child.
U.S. urges Security Council to take strong action against perpetrators.
Ankara vowed to "cleanse" border area of IS after Gaziantep bombing.
Political divide in Iranian leadership behind abrupt end of operation.
Israeli military claims 14 Gaza rockets have hit the country since January.
Naval officer criticizes "high-speed interception" in Strait of Hormuz.
Russian hackers allegedly carried out a string of attacks in recent months.
U.S. Olympic swimmers Gunnar Bentz and Jack Conger, who were briefly detained by Brazil police on Wednesday in connection with a "robbery" case, were allowed to leave Rio de Janeiro on Friday.
Thousands in San Bernardino County under mandatory evacuation order.