Articles by Sofia Lotto Persio
Aid convoys blocked from getting through to four warzones for nearly three months.
Abdulkadir Masharipov said his primary targets were Christians, and that he did not regret his actions.
A decree condoning corrupt officials prompted thousands of people to demand the government's resignations.
The prime minister tweeted for the first time in five years to reiterate his objection to governing with Wilders.
The Atlantic Council analysis provides evidence for the continuous use of chemical weapons, among other attacks.
A group of students had invited Grasso, who fought with the YPG in northern Syria, to speak at the university.
Thousands of people marched across Iran to celebrate the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
The law firm is accused of facilitating money laundering for firms like Odebrecht, who were bribing officials.
Hailing from Blackburn, Taylor is involved in the US-backed operations to liberate Raqqa.
Ecuadorian presidential candidate Guillermo Lasso said he would evict the Wikileaks founder if elected.
Four policemen were detained in connection to the abuse on 6 February.
Thousands of displaced Maslawis attempt to return to the areas reconquered by the Iraqi army.
The American president said the countries share a commitment to fight terrorism.
"They are our brothers and sisters, and they've been suffering for years," the pontiff said.
Blogger Webster Tarpley has issued a statement apologising for the "harmful and hurtful" statements.
Head of the national postal service Ahmed Fahour earned A$5.6m in the last fiscal year.
The former president of Catalonia is on trial for holding an illegal independence referendum in 2014.
The US president had said Iran was "playing with fire" following the test-firing of a ballistic missile.
Kremlin critic was taken to hospital on 2 February after suddenly falling ill.
The First Lady filed new $150m libel lawsuit for the publication of false claims about her past.