ISIS shattered lives of these women
Debaga, Iraq (CNN) -- Zainab's eyes are hazel, and a sliver of olive skin peeks from the stretchy turquoise scarf wrapped tightly around her face. Over her shoulder is an insulated bag with the word "Lunch" on it that she is using as a purse. Her nails are lacquered red, the tips just starting to chip. And on her feet are leopard-print flip-flops.
ISIS sends 'suicide squads' to Iraqi base
ISIS is sending "suicide squads" from Syria to its Iraqi stronghold of Mosul, witnesses have told CNN, as tens of thousands of troops close in on the key city to take it from the militant group's control.
Ancient papyrus scroll found with earliest Hebrew mention of Jerusalem
IAA announces finding of non-biblical document, written in ancient Hebrew script dated back to the 7th Century BCE.
Gambia Latest African Country to Withdraw From International Criminal Court
Gambia accused the International Criminal Court of ignoring "war crimes" Tuesday as it withdrew from the institution Tuesday, following in the footsteps of South Africa and Burundi, which withdrew from the court earlier this month.
US, UK expect Raqqa offensive in next few weeks
Brussels, Oct 26, 2016 (AFP) - The offensive to drive the Islamic State group from its Raqa stronghold in Syria will begiThe offensive to drive ISIS from its Raqa stronghold in Syria will begin in the next few weeks, top U.S. and British defense officials said Wednesday
Getting North Korea to give up nuclear bomb probably 'lost cause': U.S. spy chief
The U.S. policy of trying to persuade North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons "is probably a lost cause" and the best that could be hoped for is a cap on the country's nuclear capability, the Director of U.S. National Intelligence James Clapper said on Tuesday.
Banker calmly told police he killed women
British banker Rurik Jutting calmly told police he had killed two women, and detailed his drug use and fantasies of rape and torture, a court has heard.
Over 10,000 China Loyalists Protest in Hong-Kong Against Pro-Democracy Activists
More than 10,000 people gathered in Hong Kong on Wednesday as pro-democracy candidates claimed seats in the region’s Legislative Council, The Guardian reported.