ISIS fighters smashed the ancient artifacts in a video released in 2014, leaving only rubble and ash in the museum.
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The man is accused collecting information on a professor at a university in Paris, the former president of the German-Israel Society and others in Western European countries.
North Korea May Suspend Nuclear Tests in Exchange for Halted South Korea-U.S. Military Drills, China Says
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi says frictions between the North and Washington and Seoul were like 'two accelerating trains' headed at each other, with neither side willing to give way.
The FBI investigator, credited with busting Russian and Italian mobsters, was working for a private firm in Iran when he disappeared 10 years ago.
The explosive dossier contains unproven allegations of coordination between Trump's advisers and Russians on hacking the emails of prominent Democrats.
If 'Vault 7' does prove legitimate, the dump will represent yet another catastrophic breach for the U.S. intelligence community at the hands of WikiLeaks and its allies.
Children are attempting self-harm, do not feel safe at school and are developing speech disorders and incontinence, and some are even losing the capacity to speak, according to the report.
Under new executive order, citizens of Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen are banned from receiving visas to travel to the U.S. for 90 days.
Diplomatic rift between Germany and Turkey has deepened as Turkish officials address rallies in Germany in search of support to granting Erdogan new constitutional powers.
No suspect has been arrested after the victim was shot in the arm Friday night in possible hate crime.