Hundreds of civilians have been killed and injured in Raqqa since the offensive to recapture the Syrian city from ISIS began in June, a new report by rights group Amnesty International said Thursday.
The pair, from New York, allegedly sold fentanyl and oxycodone on the AlphaBay marketplace.
A watchdog questions if the treasury secretary and his wife took a government plane to see the eclipse.
The name is changed after someone pointed out it was used by an incestuous couple in the series.
An investigation reveals that far-right activists are using images from domestic violence campaigns.
An inventor suspected of killing a journalist on board his submarine is to be charged with murder.
While plenty of countries have dabbled in drone delivery, no program has matched the scale and impact of what's unfolding in Rwanda and now, Tanzania.
A 22-year-old man is held by police hours after a tip-off prompts a Rotterdam concert to be cancelled.
A military parade is held in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, before the annual Hajj pilgrimage.
Indian cricketers are among those disgusted by the girl's treatment, reports the BBC's Geeta Pandey.
Ramzan Kadyrov sends out officials to reunite divorced couples under Islamic law.
China is escalating the war of words with President Trump over trade.
The victim is receiving treatment in hospital and is in critical condition, police say.
Photographs of Kim Jong-un at a factory inspection show plans for two untested weapons systems.
Cyclists in Prague now have a special route that showcases the city's wooded areas.
The West Wing, the Navy mess kitchen and the lower lobby have all been upgraded.
South Africa acted unlawfully by giving Zimbabwe's first lady immunity, her alleged victim says.
The Supreme Court ruling has implications for the government’s vast biometric ID scheme.
It is thought the three people died on Europe's highest peak in the 1990s.
Colin Kaepernick, who protested during the US anthem, is jobless weeks before the season starts.