Rohingya Muslims who were injured while fleeing ethnic violence in Myanmar's northern Rakhine state showed their wounds to Reuters photographer Jorge Silva at refugee camps in Cox's Bazar.
British general said that should the UK be the target of a foreign attack, it would simply "fall over."
Drone campaign continues in Somalia after the US approved new directives granting army extended military operations against terrorists.
The bodies of civilians and security forces were found in an abandoned base near Hawija, a northern town retaken in early October
Baghdadi, who has rarely made any public appearance since announcing the creation of Isis in 2014, has often been reported dead or injured in the past three years.
The 32-year-old from London worked as press officer for the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) when the military base where he was stationed in Raqqa was struck in September.
Son of terrorist Osama bin Laden has made once again headlines after he called on fellow Muslims around the world to avenge his father's death and rise against the West.
Sri Lanka government promises to investigate allegations of torture and rape against Tamils after AP testimony of 20 men about human rights abuses by army and police.
Hamza bin Laden, spokesperson for terror group Al-Qaeda, issued statement days after the CIA released files recovered during a raid at bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad in 2011.
Richard Browning has been developing a futuristic space pack that allows him to fly with control and grace a few feet off the ground.
UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia have increased by almost 500% since start of Yemen War. Saudi-led air strikes have killed over 5,000 civilians, UN says.
Gunmen stormed the building following an explosion. More than 100 employees are thought to be inside.
Kidnapping for ransom is common in the oil-rich Niger Delta region, where militant groups have waged a war against the federal government.
Male Libyan prisoners are being routinely raped by rival militias as a method of torture and humiliation, an investigation has revealed.
South Sudan descended into war in 2013, when president Salva Kiir accused the then prime minister Riek Machar of plotting to overthrow him.