Attacks against ISIS strongholds north of Baghdad represent the largest military operation in the region since the radical insurgency began seizing parts of northern Iraq. Some 4,500 miliitiamen are said to be participating.
One of Putin's most prominent critics was killed by unknown shooters.
North Korea resents U.S. military exercises with South Korea.
Finance Minister promised not to let Greece "blackmail" the E.U.
Dozens dead amid wave of violence from Boko Haram militants.
Some observers think the early polls will emphasize the futility of the electoral process, and usher in more instability.
Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner was accused of cover-up of bomb attack.
Incident heightened tensions between Maduro and constituents.
Among chaos, General Khalifa Haftar has many detractors.
Nearly one million visitors attended Rio’s Carnival, generating $782 million in revenue for the city.
A successful test flight and a hopeful new debt offering on the same day as a negative rating outlook from Fitch.
Russia is on the brink of recession as the price of oil has plummeted and Western sanctions bite.
"...totally appropriate, at some point later this year, for us to start gradually moving away" from near-zero rates.
Intelligence agencies have placed cyber attacks at the top of their list of threats to the country.
The social media company has dozens of options for gender identification.
F.C.C. expected to approve rules regulating broadband providers more heavily than in the past.
A report shows that only 40% of the world is connected to the internet, but more than that can afford it.
Life-threatening infections caused by C. difficile bacteria sicken thousands a year, say health officials.
The state's governor signed a measure allowing the use of marijuana derivatives for severe epilepsy.
Agency says vaccinations must be immediately stepped up across Europe and central Asia.
In the last 10 years, their use has increased nearly five-fold.
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