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 newspaper linked to China's central bank hints at malicious short-selling of shares, but other media say a correction was inevitable.
Formerly classified government documents published Friday by Britain’s National Archives reveal a 1983 government file about the proposed plan.
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.
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