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Demonstrations erupt in Diyala and Nasiriyah following days of clashes in Basra that left at least seven people dead.
Russia hosted what many consider to be an extremely successful World Cup that changed perceptions of many visitors.
President Donald Trump questions US intelligence community, not Putin, on alleged Russian meddling in 2016 election.
Comment by senior US general follows increased diplomatic efforts to end the nearly 17-year war in Afghanistan.
Two leaders praise 'very fruitful' round of closed-door talks held in the Finnish capital Helsinki.
Reuters journalist Wa Lone, arrested with colleague Kyaw Soe Oo, denies breaking any laws in court.
At least eight people have been killed in southern Iraq as the two-week-long protests against a lack of basic services and high unemployment continue.
Under the slogan 'we want our children back', relatives call on Israel to return their loved ones' remains.
Iranian officials have repeatedly accused US of imposing illegal sanctions after pulling out from the Iran nuclear deal
Intellectual Cornell West discusses former US president Barack Obama's legacy and symbolism behind his rise to power.
A community school in the village of Khan al-Ahmar was due to be bulldozed for Israeli settlement, but the demolition has been postponed.
Bill could make senior officers immune from future prosecution tied to the violence after the ouster of Mohamed Morsi.
For the first time, the tournament is set to take place in the Middle East, as host-nation Qatar faces a blocked by Gulf countries.
European Council warns against world powers starting a trade war as EU leaders met with Chinese counterparts in Beijing.
Eight people died in a container packed with 90 other migrants who are in critical condition in western Libya.
Hosting a World Cup can leave a myriad of effects on a nation, from local landmarks to international relations, but what changes will endure in Russia and who will be affected?
Almost half of all parliament members are new faces, including PM Mahathir Mohamad, whose surprise campaign brought down his predecessor charged with corruption.
The storm-stricken island is facing a major shortage of basic needs as the military standoff between country's government and UAE sets back efforts to rebuild.
Election of right-wing Duque puts 2016 deal at risk, but many ex-rebels say they're now even more determined for peace.
One of the Republican politicians on the comedy series, 'Who is America?', later said he was against arming of children.