Chechen women conned the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS) out of almost $3,300 after they pretended to be prospective brides for terrorists. Instead, the three women wanted to use the money for a vacation.
The United Nations Human Rights panel revealed in a report published this week that many women around the world still face witchcraft accusations. They are then subjected to execution, torture, and mutilation.
Sources told the BBC that Afghani Jalaluddin Haqqani, who founded the terrorist Haqqani network syndicate, died at least a year ago after a long illness.
“Gay” emojis may be banned in Russia if the government finds that they violate the country’s infamous “gay propaganda” law.
Turkey Foreign Ministry Undersecretary Feridun Sinirlioğlu visited Kurdistan Regional Government President Masoud Barzani to discuss Turkey’s plan with the United States to defeat the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL). The talks took place in Erbil, the capital of Iraqi Kurdistan.
Kuwaiti authorities have arrested five men who are allegedly connected to the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL).
A man on the French island of Reunion in the Indian Ocean, located near the African nation of Madagascar, contacted former military pilot Xavier Tytelman about wreckage found there which he believes may be missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. “I’ve
An Assyrian Christian militia group has asked NATO to stop Turkey from attacking Syria, since the military is shelling the Kurdish militia People’s Protection Unit (YPG). The YPG, and its female counterpart the YPJ, are seen by many in the region as the last line of defense from the Islamic State.
Russian President Vladimir Putin casually offered disgraced FIFA President Sepp Blatter as a candidate for the Nobel Prize, in public talks, saying that “if there is anyone who deserves” the honor, Blatter and sports officials like him do.
Human rights group are challenging President Barack Obama following his description of Ethiopia’s government as “democratically elected.”
Security experts gathered in Madrid, Spain, for a United Nations panel to discuss measures to stop jihadists from joining radical Islamic groups like the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL).
The Russian government has started a program to give away land in Siberia in an attempt to stop the population decline.
Secretary of State John Kerry told members of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs today that Iran possessing a nuclear weapon would not make it a nuclear-armed nation, because “a country doesn’t think of itself as nuclear armed with only one nuclear bomb.”
A Western official told The Guardian that evidence seized at the compound of Abu Sayyaf, an Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) leader, proved indisputable links between the terrorist group and the Turkish government.
President Barack Obama’s trip to Kenya inspired several women to name their children after the First Family. One woman took it a step further to keep her child more unique.
Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) claims Ukrainian border guards shot a man who attempted to take a selfie at a border checkpoint. The border service quickly denied the accusation.
The Pentagon and State Department have announced the United States will train regular Ukrainian military forces this year.
A new doctrine issued by Russian President Vladimir Putin pushes for a “strong Russian presence” in the Atlantic even though the massive country does not touch the ocean.
Amnesty International’s latest report on Iran states the regime executed 694 people between January 1 and July 15. This means the country averages at least three executions a day.
Always Loyal is not an ordinary book about veterans. Instead, photographer Michael Stokes decided to treat his amputee models just like any other model during a photo shoot.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s latest project, Patriot Park, has just opened–an amusement park designed to help boost patriotism as the country’s relations with the West continue to fall.
Turkish Muslim televangelist Ahmet Mahmut Ünlü issued a fatwa to kill any militant associated with the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL). “If you run across them, slaughter them like you fight with the people of Ad and İrem [two places destroyed by God],” he wrote. “Those who kill them will be awarded and those who are killed by them will be martyrs.”
Saudi Arabia’s infamous Committee for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice (CPVPV) arrested a kindergarten official due to a rainbow mural on a school building.
On Thursday, Turkey agreed to allow the US military to use an airbase to strike the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) in Syria. The news comes only a few days after a horrific suicide bombing in Suruc, which is just across the border from Kobane.
To fund a nuclear program, North Korean President Kim Jong-un is sending slave laborers to countries around the world, including Russia. These slaves are worth almost $2 billion.