Only a "couple of hundred" ISIS fighters remain in Mosul, as a US-led coalition continues to rid the terror group from Iraq's second-largest city. But as CNN's Nick Paton Walsh explains, civilians remain trapped in the complex battlefield.
A former Ontario nurse is sentenced to life in prison for killing eight elderly people in her care.
A judge orders the exhumation of the painter's body to obtain samples for a paternity suit.
It's normal to expect a certain level of scrutiny when a company wants to hire an intern. That scrutiny is not usually based on swimwear.
Dozens of bodies are buried after a group of 75 people is abandoned by traffickers.
Germany says it does not want agents involved in a brawl in Washington to attend the Hamburg summit.
The Catholic bishop was "forcibly removed" from his diocese and his whereabouts are still unknown.
Ever since Donald Trump signed the first executive order banning people from seven countries from entering the U.S. on January 27, it's been nothing but trouble.
Jewish leaders react angrily after Israel's PM freezes plans to upgrade mixed-gender prayer section.
The ex-leader celebrates local election wins in 16 out of 22 cities with two other parties.
Greetings in a regional language have stirred rather than quelled rumours over the president's health.
The University of Delaware sacks a professor who derided Otto Warmbier as a "clueless white male".
El Hadji Diouf had a reputation for bad behaviour as a player, but tells BBC Sport's Stanley Kwenda this was unfair.
Hostage Johan Gustafsson, in Mali since 2011, has been freed, the Swedish government says.
Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo leaves jail for hospital after being diagnosed with terminal liver cancer.
Organisers for the "inclusive" event said the rainbow Star of David flags "made people feel unsafe".
An online campaign is urging Algerians to promote local fashion to mark the end of Ramadan.
Bowing to pressure from the ultra-Orthodox parties, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu froze plans for an egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall, one of Judaism's holiest sites.
Three Australian Crown Resorts employees broke the law by enticing Chinese high-rollers to casinos.