Coalition strikes against ISIS in Iraq and Syria have likely killed at least 352 civilians since the start of the operation almost three years ago, the US military said Sunday.
The stars and stripes fluttered in the spring breeze as the column of American armored vehicles rumbled through the village. Men, women and children waved the V for victory sign. Women ululated. The soldiers on board waved back.
US forces have begun patrolling part of the Turkey-Syria border after Turkish airstrikes killed some fighters there who have been closely allied to the United States.
A US service member died from wounds sustained in an explosive device blast on Saturday outside of Mosul, Iraq, according to a statement from the anti-ISIS coalition.
Turkey has blocked access to Wikipedia over linking the nation to terror activity, the government said Saturday, according to state-run Anadolu Agency.
An American and his family who were living in territory held by ISIS in Syria have been detained in Turkey, a senior Turkish official told CNN.
Palestinians across the world are posting videos of themselves on social media drinking salt water, as part of a new online challenge intended to draw attention to Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli prisons.
Given the decision this month to drop "the mother of all bombs" on an ISIS stronghold in Afghanistan, it's clear the United States now intends to deliver on President Donald Trump's campaign pledge to destroy the terrorist group.
A loud explosion hit close to the Damascus International Airport in Syria Thursday, according to the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is feeling bold.
The 45th president entered office raging against a post-WWII order built by the United States, pledging instead that he would put "America First.
Media freedom has never been so under threat, with even "model" democracies losing their way in a "new era of post-truth," Reporters Without Borders says.
France has said that it has proof that the Syrian government was behind a chemical weapons attack in Syria earlier this month that killed 89 people.
The principal UN commission charged with promoting gender equality and the empowerment of women has picked 13 new members by secret vote. One selection is raising eyebrows: Saudi Arabia.
Several Middle Eastern countries are facing growing pressure to close legal loopholes that allow rapists to escape punishment by marrying their victims.
The final target in the war on ISIS -- its capital, Raqqa. Satellite images offer chilling new details about the Syrian city held hostage by terror.
An 18-year old man accused of calling in hundreds of bomb threats to Jewish community centers in the United States also tried to extort a US state senator, according to the prosecutor's office in Israel.
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