Pentagon says the flight was aimed at demonstrating Washington's military options available to 'defeat any threat'.
Police arrest 70-year-old Kaushlendra Prapannacharya Falahari Maharaja for allegedly sexually assaulting 21-year-old.
As operation to retake town from ISIL begins, debate on who will govern after the armed group's defeat heats up.
US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces claim to have taken a major gas field, which is located in Deir Az Zor.
The Alternative for Germany (AfD) is set to enter Germany's Bundestag on Sunday, but it is not alone on the far right.
The king of Lesotho says he is willing to play a larger political role, if asked to do so.
About 1,400 Rohingya children have crossed the Myanmar border to Bangladesh without their parents, many of them orphans.
We look at the challenges facing the Eurozone's biggest economic player as a new government takes shape.
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."
A British government minister has criticized the London authorities for deciding to strip Uber of its taxi license, a major setback to the U.S. technology firm that has become a big player in the city’s transport system. The British capital’s transport regulator deemed Uber unfit to run a tax service and said its license would not be renewed when it expires Sept. 30. London Mayor Sadiq Khan, a member of the opposition Labour Party, backed the move. “At the flick of a pen Sadiq Khan is threatening to put 40,000 people out of work and leave 3.5 million users of Uber stranded,” Greg Hands, the government minister for London, wrote on Twitter late on Friday. He said Uber had to address safety concerns and it was important that there was a level playing field across the private hire market. In backing the decision to strip Uber of its license, Khan said: “All private-hire operators in London need to play by the rules. The safety and security of customers must be paramount.” Uber has said it will contest the decision. Regulator Transport for London (TfL) said it would let Uber operate until the appeals process is exhausted, which could take months. Uber has turned to customers to help defend itself in other battles around the world, and an online petition to support Uber in London gathered nearly 430,000 signatures by early Saturday. In Friday’s announcement, TfL cited concerns about Uber’s approach to reporting serious criminal offenses, background checks on drivers and software that could be used to block regulators from gaining full access to the app.
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.