By Mona Alami Hezbollah plays a highly versatile role in Syria. The Lebanese organization initially provided expert support to Assad in its crackdown on protesters. In 2011, Lebanese media started publicizing the death of Hezbollah fighters in Syria. The role of Hezbollah evolved to encompass offensive strategy during battles and much needed training to militias […]
Theresa May was photographed signing Article 50, the letter that begin the irreversible process of leaving the EU
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Francois Fillon has already been charged in the case, which has deeply damaged his chances in the election
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J is not OK—as a name, that is, according to a Swiss court. The Zurich administrative court said in a ruling released Tuesday it had upheld a local registry office's decision to reject the letter as a given name in the best interests of the child, Switzerland's 20 Minuten...
Simone Gbagbo had been charged with orchestrating attacks on supporters of her husband's opponent after 2010 election.
The Kamwina Nsapu group conducted a mass decapitation in the latest and deadliest incident between the local militia and security forces who killed its leader last year.
Letters between former first lady Jackie Kennedy and Ormsby Gore, the former British ambassador to Washington, are up for auction Wed. The two wrote love letters to each other after each was widowed, and before Kennedy decided to marry Aristotle Onassis. Mark Phillips reports.
Israeli police arrest Palestinian guards after they try to stop archaeologist from removing ancient stone from compound.
Deadly standoff between rebels and police sparks protests in Chadoora town, leaving three people dead and 28 injured.
President signs order to review emissions limits for coal-fired power plants and ease coal production limits.
India's ruling party is cracking down on butchers and abattoirs in the country's most populous state.
Lee Ming-che disappeared after clearing immigration in Macau on March 19, but China remains mum about his whereabouts.
Top US commander in Iraq says 'fair chance' coalition air strike had role in scores of civilian killings in Mosul blast.
Dozens of academics sign letter condemning the University of Manchester for action against pro-Palestinian activists.
Police and demonstrators battle in Kinshasa as talks between President Kabila's government and opposition fall apart.
Three bodies discovered - including a decapitated woman's - during search for Congolese, American, and Swedish UN staff.
Motion passed 69 votes to 59 and comes a day before the United Kingdom takes the formal step towards Brexit.