'The whole world should clearly remember it was the U.S. who first declared war on our country'
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Roy Moore, Bannon's candidate, is a judge who has twice been removed from the bench and once called homosexuality an 'inherent evil' and referred to ethnic groups as 'reds' and 'yellows'
Trump's former chief strategist told supporters not to worry about Democrats but instead should focus on the 'corrupt and incompetent Republican establishment'
Co-leader of AfD responds after party blasted for 'anti-Semitic statements and playing down evil of Nazi regime'
One Baghdad resident describes the referendum as 'a black day in the history of the Kurds,' adding that the group is 'trying to make an Israeli state' in Iraq
Alternative for Germany is the most right-wing party to have been elected to the Bundestag in nearly six decades
Hours Before Referendum, Iraq Orders Kurdistan Region to Hand Over Control of Border Crossings, Airports
Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani pledged the vote would be held despite pressure
Miss Turkey organizers said the 18-year-old Itir Esen was dethroned over the weekend, a day after she won the contest, losing the right to represent Turkey at the Miss World contest in China
Despite Cancellation of 'Free Speech Week,' Right-wing Agitator Milo Yiannopoulus Vows to Hold Berkeley Rally
University and organizers trade accusations over nixing of four-day conservative event
Superintendent says children were seen standing with arms out and the teacher modeling the salute