Predicting what move Moscow will take next in the Middle Eastern nation is anything but straightforward.
Polls show that the largest block of American voters prefer the trailing Democratic candidate to Hillary Clinton.
Flight MS804 went missing soon after entering Egyptian airspace and officials are not ruling out any scenarios.
A blogger and activist describes the torment of living in a country ruled by Assad and now at war with itself.
The number of people who die taking selfies keeps on rising as they put themselves in likely to be risky positions.
Two-thirds of Americans want the government to end its traditional bias in favour of Israel and young Israelis want occupation and subjugation to end.
The Spanish football club will wear black armbands on Saturday to honour the victims of the incident.
The attack on a Dalit student in Kerala has sparked national outrage and raised questions about the position of women in a patriarchal society.
The country plans to move two million poor citizens living in remote areas as an extreme measure to lift 10-million citizens out of poverty by 2020.
The South American country's first female president has been suspended and stripped of all her duties pending the outcome of her impeachment trial.
Maple Match helps Americans find a Canadian partner to save them from the "unfathomable horror of a Trump presidency," the website reads.
Singer's new visual album has already inspired its own sold-out Manhattan dance class.
Woman protests Neo-Nazi demonstration.
The big, orange, frightening apparition no one really thought would be the Republican presidential candidate, now is - and he could win that race too.
Aborigines celebrate as 'dark cloud' lifts after hard-fought struggle for indigenous territory.
May 4 is globally recognised as Star Wars day as a result of a pun between the popular phrase "May the force be with you" and May the fourth.
‘It’s been an unbelievable day and evening and year’, Trump said at the beginning of his acceptance speech. Unbelievable is one word for it.
New measures "constitute a legal wall to asylum just as despicable as a razor-wire fence”, says Human Rights Watch.
Prosecutions will be pursued after the unlawful-killing verdict at the inquest of 96 Liverpool fans.