Fighters with the militant group the Islamic State reached the triangle border between Iraq, Syria and Turkey, it said in a message posted on Twitter on Sunday.
When the last surviving soldiers of the First World War -- British Tommies and French poilus alike -- died a few years ago, national newspapers in London and Paris, but also in Canberra, Wellington and Ottawa, responded to this transition with numerous articles.
A Latina who made history in Washington, D.C. must persuade voters she's still connected to the area where she grew up to win a U.S. House seat
Emergency mobile messages about severe weather provide the public with important warnings, but there may be times you need to switch off this feature.
It seems investors may be a little more upbeat after the weekend.
Banking group HSBC says first-half profit fell 5.4 percent to $9.46 billion amid continuing concerns about economic growth around the world and rising geopolitical tensions.
A water ban is entering its third day in northwest Ohio after tests show some toxins still contaminating Lake Erie.
Did Tiger Woods return from back surgery too soon? And will he ever regain the form that made him such a polarizing star?
"I just want to play for a team that wants me. So whichever team wants me I’ll play for," Cavaliers rookie Andrew Wiggins says.
By now it should be painfully obvious that this latest round of the Israeli-Palestinian crisis in Gaza is fundamentally different than its predecessors.
A man reportedly groped a woman at a Beyonce-Jay-Z concert, and when her companion objected, he bit the end of the boyfriend's finger off.