No one can be sure what Donald Trump will actually do when he becomes president. But his comments on the campaign trail indicate support for Russia and its policy in Syria. So analysts think it’s likely that will change the course of the war in Syria, and most immediately, lead to heavy pressure on rebel-held Aleppo.
Despite reports of closed borders in Europe, some refugees are still managing to find their way in — at a cost.
Whoever wins the US presidency on Nov. 8 will be tasked with managing America's increasingly tense relationship with Russia. And that means managing the future of a decades-long and complicated nuclear relationship with Russia — and with the world.
ISIS tried to block the al-Ghad radio station from Mosul airwaves. Al-Ghad responded by jamming the frequency of ISIS's radio station.
One of the world's worst terror attacks this year was a bombing in Baghdad in July. More than 300 people died. It got little attention outside Iraq, but still shakes survivors in the Iraqi capital.
A large number of unaccompanied minors are still sleeping in the open around the "Jungle" migrant camp near the French port of Calais, in spite of widespread fires and police efforts to clear the area.
If you're living in Russia right now, you might think World War III is just around the corner. Forty million people recently took part in a civil defense exercise. State-controlled media is warning of possible US attacks. The military has moved missiles closer to Western Europe. So what gives?
America is deeply involved in the Syrian conflict(s). What do the candidates plan on doing about it?
Despite the dangers, Mosul citizens are reporting the news right under the noses of ISIS.
Who's to blame? Two militant groups have taken credit. Pakistan's army blames a third group. And some point fingers at the army itself, accusing security forces of fostering the very extremist groups now attacking the country.