The historic district and a tiny area to its north are the only parts of the city still under Islamic State control
The meet-up is being described as a significant accomplishment for Syria's military in their battle against the ISIS
High-ranking ISIS intelligence official captured, local security chief reported killed; fall of Mosul would mark end of Iraqi half of ISIS' 'caliphate'
Defendant's wife was already sentenced to four years in prison after the couple and their children returned from Iraqi battle zone to Israel
At least 300 in critical condition, 2 killed, including little girl, after food poisoning hits Hassan Sham U2 refugee camp in Iraq in Ramadan meal
Saudi Arabia targets Turkey, with its restive Kurdish region, after the country declares its support for Qatar in the Gulf rift
'We can only warn against one-sided steps on this issue. The unity of Iraq is on the line,' Germany's foreign minister says
Top UN rights official says ISIS is 'shooting children as they try to run to safety with their families'
Local journalist says authorities arrested a woman who masterminded the deadly attacks
Kurdish plan for full statehood is likely to be opposed by Baghdad
Citing security concerns after threats from an ultra-nationalist group, Istanbul's governor had banned the event
Three arrested ■ Incident came hours after two dozen Palestinian-owned olive trees nearby were found damaged
'Demanding that Turkey pull its soldiers is unfortunately also disrespectful toward Turkey,' The Turkish leader said
About 30 restraining orders are currently in place against right-wing extremists, with one Jewish activist being detained without trial
The 132 blank pages intending to undermine Palestinian claims to nationhood aren't just snark or bad history. They provide the fodder for an unending, bloody conflict
The visit appeared to be the furthest the president has traveled inside Syria since fighting started in 2011, a sign of growing confidence after army gains aided by Russian airstrikes
Erdogan says Turkey offered to set up a military base in Saudi Arabia but Riyadh had not responded
Nine violent incidents have been caught on video in which settlers have thrown stones and attacked Palestinians, activists and even Israeli soldiers. Why no suspects are in custody?
The Goldins want their dead son's body returned by Hamas at any price, and they want to extract that price from the Gaza Strip’s 2 million cursed inhabitants
The fact that no criminal investigations have been opened is execrable, in light of the fact that it is these events that have raised the greatest number of questions about the proportionality of force employed by the army