On Monday, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declared the defeat of ISIS in Mosul, the second-largest city in Iraq and the place where three years ago the terror group first announced its self-styled caliphate.
Last week, President Trump tweeted a video of himself wrestling a man to the floor, the man's head digitally replaced with the CNN logo.
Manchester United 'could land Ronaldo and AC Milan open to swapping Donnarumma for Ronaldo
Within a few hours, what had started as a Friday whisper had turned into an unrelenting din. Cristiano Ronaldo, one of the world's greatest footballers, wanted to leave Real Madrid. Cue shock and surprise as social media went into meltdown.
Just how 'Great' is Zinedine Zidane's Real Madrid?
Will Le Pen ease through? Can Macron persuade voters he's got a plan? Or will the left-wing firebrand Mélenchon cause widespread shock?
Beijing's point man on foreign policy arrives in the US Monday and likely comes bearing a message for the Trump administration: It's time to talk with North Korea.
In Saudi Arabia now, talk of change is measured in months.
Looking out from Israeli-held territory, the scrubby and rock-strewn ground pitches steeply downwards towards a patrol road and the border fence.
As Americans ponder the possibility of Donald Trump building a wall on the border with Mexico to keep out immigrants, Kenya is already building its own barrier.
One of the many decisions facing President Donald Trump is whether to continue the federal government's hands off policy on marijuana, which has allowed the legal sale of the substance in 27 states.
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Phil Neville, the former Manchester United defender, has identified Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino as the man to replace Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford.
Cristiano Ronaldo's $315M Chinese rumor kicks off transfer 'silly season'
North Korea is waiting to see what kind of policies President-elect Donald Trump will put in place regarding the country.
As President-elect Donald Trump considered Mitt Romney for secretary of state, Trump wanted one thing Romney wouldn't give him: an apology.
In Syria, the battle for Aleppo looks to be heading for its conclusion. It could still be some days away but pro-government forces now seem to have the momentum and an unassailable advantage. Meanwhile, Kurdish and Arab militias, backed up by Western air power, have begun isolating IS's de facto capital, Raqqa. And in Iraq, the battle to liberate the so-called Islamic State stronghold of Mosul is joined. Iraqi troops have begun the slow and deadly process of... continue reading
A president-elect who prides himself on the "art of the deal" is about to confront a mire in the Middle East where deals are sorely needed, but so very hard to clinch.
Under fire from Russian, Turkish, Iraqi, Syrian and Kurdish forces, as well as US air power, so-called Islamic State has lost large swathes of land, as well as fighters and money. What does this mean for the Islamist militant group? Is it finished?
(CNN)Earlier this week, Russia's Vladimir Putin reportedly told Egypt's President Abdul Fattah Sisi that he would be willing to host direct talks between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Moscow. Putin did speak to Netanyahu by phone Tuesday, and according to press reports, they did discuss the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
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