'They didn't read 'em the rights, they didn't talk. They were a terrorist, it was over,' Trump told a campaign rally Tuesday night.
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Chilcot refrained from saying whether the 2003 invasion was legal, and did not find that Blair and his government knowingly misled Parliament or the British public.
Anti-war activists and relatives of some fallen British troops hope the report will find the conflict illegal, opening the way for Blair to be prosecuted for war crimes.
During a meeting with Kenya's president, prime minister says Israel and African countries have a shared interest in confronting Islamic extremists.
As it marks 150 years of existence, the KKK tries to reshape itself for a new era.
A special parliamentary commission recommended creating a U.S. style counterterrorism agency Tuesday.
He wrote and directed dozens of films over a career spanning more than 40 years, including winning the top award at the Cannes Film Festival.
Top UN official demands immediate and unconditional humanitarian access to two towns encircled by pro-government forces, two others blocked by rebels.
The AWACS planes will fly in Turkish or international airspace, but will be capable of peering electronically into ISIS-controlled areas, NATO officials say.
Speaking at the commemoration of a post-war massacre of Jews in Kielce, Polish President Duda says there is no room for prejudice in today's Poland.