Everyday life has come to a standstill in Kilis as anger against the government, the Islamic State group and Syrian refugees has begun to boil over.
Aria Ladjedvardi, a German national of Iranian descent, is accused of having posed alongside the severed heads of victims in Syria.
The move follows a pledge by Prime Minister Cameron to double the number of U.K. troops involved in peacekeeping.
IBT has collected some of the best quotes and harshest roasts from the White House Correspondents’ Association dinners since President Barack Obama took office.
After penetrating Baghdad's highly fortified Green Zone, anti-government demonstrators entered Parliament and were reportedly staging a sit-in.
Anti-government protesters who support Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr broke into Iraq's Parliament building, decrying a lack of reform.
At Berkshire Hathaway's annual shareholders meeting Saturday, the billionaire investor weighed in on the election campaign, Coca-Cola, Valeant and other topics.
The solid red profile pictures are highlighting the latest violence, particularly in Aleppo, where two medical facilities were attacked this week.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry told the U.S. the ship would not be allowed to visit, as tensions in the South China Sea continue to escalate.
Reinhold Hanning, 94, told a courtroom in western Germany that he had never spoken about his time as a Nazi guard in Auschwitz — not even with his family.
“If this is how Trump supporters swing into action, what happens when the press looks into corrupt dealings, for example, or is critical of [the candidate's] policies?” Julia Ioffe worries.
Opponents of the GOP front-runner said they would demonstrate Thursday evening against "racism, sexism, religious, bigotry."
Thursday’s arrests in Corona, California, were not directly related to a December attack that left 14 people dead, a law enforcement official said.
The decision to republish Charlie Hebdo's controversial cartoon of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad last year sparked a nationwide debate over press freedom.
A recent Pew poll appeared to show vastly differing views toward the role of the Quran in making law.
The move was seen as a way to counter domestic criticism as Europeans have grown increasingly uneasy about immigration into the continent.
Some believe selecting the former Hewlett-Packard CEO, once a popular presidential candidate, could help Cruz with women voters.
“We all have the same God; the main thing is for this to proceed in harmony,” a Jewish leader in Marseille said recently.
The reclusive state is reportedly planning to blow up the half-size replica for target practice.
Trump and Clinton are both closer to their parties' nominations after five primary contests Tuesday, while Sanders faces a very uphill climb.