This is the second attempt by rebels to break Assad's siege. They opened a corridor to the east for the month of August after pro-government forces first applied a blockade in July.
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Official acceptance of North Korea as a de facto nuclear state may bring U.S. policy toward North Korea closer to its approach toward other nuclear states such as India, Israel and Pakistan.
Many fear ISIS may resort to more brutal tactics as the forces converge on the city, which is still home to more than a million people.
'There comes a time in an ordinary citizen's life where you have to gather all the courage you have and you stand up and speak against tyranny and speak against un-American hate,' Khizr Khan says.
Man says he intended to remove the star to auction it off to raise funds for the 11 women accusing Donald Trump of groping them.
Villagers have been taken to camps for their own safety, says general.
Jordan is an ultra-conservative society where female participation in the work force lies far below the regional average. But thanks to a new initiative, women are shattering gender stereotypes - and helping the economy at the same time.
Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International had earlier called for suspending Saudi Arabia from the Human Rights Council over illegal attacks on civilians in Yemen.
Rates for rooms at Trump's new D.C. hotel are being slashed as travelers weigh their options, and smartphone data suggest fewer people are visiting his properties compared to rival venues nearby.
The Calais camp, which housed those trying to reach Britain over the English Channel, was home to 1,291 unaccompanied minors, according to one aid group's estimates.