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Clinton's memoir blames the media, among others, for her election loss. Plus, covering North Korea's nuclear threat.
Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga on contesting presidential election results again and why this year is different.
Journalist Patrick Cockburn and Syrian American Council adviser Mohammed Ghanem offer differing views on the Syrian war.
And it may just work.
China's earthquake administration says it detected a magnitude 3.4 earthquake near site of recent nuclear test.
Record 1.2 million votes cast in advance, but neither the ruling or opposition party expected to win outright majority.
Climate change is feeding poverty, instability, hunger and violence in the Lake Chad basin.
"This election will affect my future ... Germany is now my home. I speak German better than my mother tongue."
As battle for ISIL-held Raqqa enters its final stages, those on the ground lament civilian casualties.
We ask Kenya's Raila Odinga about running for president again and debate whether the Syrian opposition lost the war.
Defying US warnings, the reported test comes just hours after Khoramshahr missile was unveiled during a military parade.
Syrian National Coalition, relatives demand swift investigation into stabbing of Orouba and Halla Barakat in Turkey.
US government for the first time tells individual states that their systems have been targeted.
New sanctions by Beijing, a close ally of Pyongyang, also include an import ban on textile products from North Korea.
Russian FM Sergey Lavrov describes war of words between Washington and Pyongyang a 'kindergarten fight'.
Authorities issue flash flood emergency as buses are sent to evacuate tens of thousands of residents from their houses.
Removal occurs after Moscow residents notice that metal bas-relief behind new monument includes image of German weapon.
KRG head defiant as Turkey calls planned independence referendum in Kurdish northern Iraq a threat to its security.
Cautious praise by EU to UK leader's speech, while European leaders urge more clarity on citizens' issue and budget.
Born in 1928, months after the founding of the Muslim Brotherhood, Akef was one of the group's most prominent members.