Police destroy "suspected viable Improvised Explosive Device" found on subway train, arrest young man allegedly behind it
On the front lines in the battle for Mosul
Filipinos march to U.S. Embassy, burn mock U.S. flag and demand officers be punished after police van ran them down
To receive the Brussels Briefing in your inbox every morning, sign up here. You must be a registered user of the Financial Times. To register click here. Theresa May, the woman overseeing the biggest shift in British foreign policy in half a century, was overshadowed by a small region of Belgium at the European Council on Thursday. Read more
An American military adviser has died in the attack to drive ISIS out of Iraq's second-largest city of Mosul. Officials say his vehicle hit a roadside bomb and overturned. Meanwhile, ISIS forces attacked targets around the city of Kirkuk overnight. Security forces there tell CBS News at least 35 people were killed. Holly Williams reports from Iraq.
Soldier from Illinois and Army civilian employee from Oklahoma lost lives in hostilities, Pentagon says
Russian programmer says he's determined there's likely a system blocking satellite location data around Putin's official residence
Militants launch deadly attack on another city as Iraqi forces close in on their last stronghold in northern Iraq
Before she launched her run in 2015, Clinton's braintrust resolved to keep Israel out of her speeches at public events with "dem activists" but "drop in Israel when she's with donors." A smoking gun about the distance between the people and the donors on Middle East policy.
Tablet has published an attack on Phil Weiss's piece about Jeffrey Goldberg's ascension to the editorship of the Atlantic, in which he pointed out that the Atlantic announcement cleanses Goldberg's resume, leaving out his moving to Israel...Show More Summary
In the last few weeks a number of politicians and right-wing commentators have attacked Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, either for his conduct during the referendum campaign or for the policies he has overseen while at the Bank. These attacks are misguided. Show More Summary
Armed men on a speedboat attack overcrowded dinghy, leaving at least 25 people missing off the Libyan coast.
The University of al-Qarawiyyin takes steps to preserve decaying medieval manuscripts.
Ten gunmen board South Korean ship off Tawi-Tawi province in southern Philippines and kidnap captain and crew member.
UN human rights chief Zeid Ra'ad al Hussein says the situation in Syria's Aleppo should be referred to the ICC.
A photo round-up of some of last week's key events, including the battle for Mosul and the release of girls in Nigeria.
We speak to Papito of Havana's "Hairdressers' Alley", a cultural project that has nurtured a street of entrepreneurs.
Who would have thought that returning to Greece meant returning to sanity? But then again, who could have imagined two people more despised by the voting public running for the highest office in the US. According to the Huffington Post, the likely winner, Hillary Clinton is disliked by 53% of Americans. Show More Summary
In a historic Oscars entry, movie by Yemeni director Khadija al-Salami will vie for best foreign language film award.
The move reinforces Hezbollah's supremacy as kingmaker in Lebanon.