Donald Trump's running-mate made some bold statements about Hillary Clinton's foreign policy. But do his claims stack up with the facts?
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U.S. and allies worry that the Islamic republic's ambition to put satellites into orbit could be used to develop long-range missiles, which Tehran insists is not the case.
Activists hope that the court's decision will put a stop to 'routine discrimination' by police against minorities.
The deployment of the surface-to-air weapon will add to Moscow's existing military force in the war-torn country, although Russia claims the system is for the safety of its base.
If people can be arrested for asking questions at library events, 'then I guess we're going to have to shut the library down,' says outraged director about the May incident.
The station that broadcast Jan Boehmermann's ditty took it out of its archives, but argued that it didn't break the law.
The Filipino head of state also lashes out at the EU, which has criticized his brutal anti-drug crackdown, saying 'better choose purgatory, hell is filled up.'
One of the winners, Michael Kosterlitz, is the son of Hans Kosterlitz, a German-born Jewish biologist who emigrated to Scotland in 1934 following the election of the Nazi Party.
At an event with veterans in Virginia, Trump called for better mental health services for those returning from combat, saying that while many are 'strong,' others 'can't handle' what they have seen on the battlefield.
Washington accuses Moscow of not living up to its commitments to restore the cease-fire in Syria and ensure sustained deliveries of humanitarian aid to besieged cities.