Daesh terrorists have executed at least 24 civilians after seizing a village in northern Syria from a US-backed alliance, a monitor says.
The US military says it plans to return 17 percent of the land it holds for its military base in Okinawa, Japan.
US and Israeli forces hold a joint military exercise in southern Israel.
Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad says the United States’ policies are in contrast with the interests of the American people and the world as a whole.
Citing evidence on the ground, Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement says a US trooper has been killed in the war-battered country.
One US police officer in San Diego, California, were fatally shot and another was wounded Thursday.
Ukraine is angered by a Russian decision to merge Crimea into its Southern Federal District.
The UN chief says the fresh wave of violence in South Sudan has pushed the country to the verge of “an abyss.”
Iran has communicated to Nigeria its serious concern about the dire health condition of leading Nigerian Shia leader Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hails the Tel Aviv regime’s warming ties with Egypt.
An activist says the Egyptian government has proposed resumption of talks between the Israelis and the Palestinians to give the Israeli regime what it wants.
Hillary Clinton has criticized what she called systemic racism in the US criminal justice system and pledged to fight it to the end.
Whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks has released more material from the US Democratic National Committee.
Turkey is pushing ahead with its crackdown following the July 15 failed coup despite domestic and international criticism.
Novak Djokovic defeated Radek Stepanek in straight sets in the third round of the Rogers Cup.
Hillary Clinton’s “experience” as secretary of state is a recipe for disaster, an American political analyst says.
US Vice President Joe Biden has denounced Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump as a deadly choice for America’s future.
Australian police launch an investigation into the Vatican’s finance chief over allegations of child sex abuse.
Resident of illegal Israeli settlements are destroying Palestinian homes like termites, a Democratic representative says.
Russia denies allegations that it was behind the hack of the US Democratic National Convention (DNC)’s computer systems.
Royal Dutch Shell has announced a whopping plunge of 72 percent in its net earnings for the second quarter of 2016.
Boeing has announced a second quarter loss of $234 million in what appears to be a result of charges related to setbacks from plans to produce certain commercial and military jets.
President Putin slams disqualification of Russian athletes from the Rio Olympics as politically-motivated.
The Iranian men’s national junior basketball team loses to South Korea at the preliminary round of the 2016 FIBA Asia Under-18 Championship in Tehran.
South Sudan gained its official independence in 2011 as part of a US-backed deal which was signed in Nairobi in 2005 after decades of war.
Europe’s summer of terror continues: a crowd-killing lorry-driver in Nice, France and an axe-wielding murderer in Wurzburg, Germany.
This edition of The Debate addresses the Syrian army's advances in the city of Aleppo.
The two sides have tried to hide it. But now Israel has confirmed that a Saudi delegation recently visited the occupied West Bank, where its head held talks with Israeli officials.
This edition of The Debate addresses the Bahraini regime's crackdown on dissent.
Is the International Criminal Court (ICC) targeting Africa disproportionately?