The Islamic State group allegedly destroyed "the Lion of al-Lat," a statue of a pre-Islamic Arabian goddess dating back to first century BC, in the Syrian city of Palmyra.
A Chinese consumer rights group filed the lawsuit Thursday, seeking to force Samsung and Oppo to allow consumers to remove pre-installed apps from their devices.
The fall of Aleppo, Syria's major commercial hub, would be a serious setback for President Bashar Assad.
Countries pushing for justice over the downed airliner face a difficult task to persuade UN veto-holder Russia to cooperate in bringing suspects to trial.
The Department of Homeland Security has started changing the enforcement of immigration laws, focusing on integrating long-term undocumented immigrants instead of deporting them.
An IBTimes investigation into the secretive world of selling phone calls to inmates and their families.
Under the Minsk ceasefire agreement signed last February, any rebel elections would require oversight from the Ukrainian government in Kiev.
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