U.S. President Barack Obama repeatedly changed positions and avoided getting involved in the Syrian bloodbath. Even he now admits that it haunts him.
Polls suggest Hillary Clinton can count on overwhelming support from African-Americans, but the question remains if black voters will turn out for her as they did for Obama.
Gennifer Flowers, a former paramour of Bill Clinton, appears to accept Trump's invitation, extended as a threat after Clinton supporter Mark Cuban says he will sit on front row for debate.
Boris Johnson says Russia is guilty of prolonging the civil war, accuses Moscow of targeting Aleppo convoy.
Jordanian Prime Minister Hani Mulki, who has held senior diplomatic and ministerial posts, is given another term to continue to try to rejuvenate a sluggish economy.
The prenup is likely to penalize the husband financially for refusing to give a 'get,' a Jewish writ of divorce, to their wives.
"I think all members of the UN have to ask themselves whether North Korea is really qualified as a member of the UN," said South Korean FM Yun Byung-se.
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