War And Unrest

'Forgotten' war: Syria conflict a footnote at UN meeting

Sep 25, 2019

When dozens of heads of state convene for the annual ministerial meeting of the UN General Assembly in New York this week, the lingering conflict in Syria is taking a back seat as tensions in the Persian Gulf and global trade wars take center stage

NY man convicted of funding travel to join terror group

Sep 25, 2019

A Brooklyn man has been convicted of collecting cash to fund a co-conspirator's travel to fight on behalf of the Islamic State

The Latest: Pakistan PM warns of war with India over Kashmir

Sep 24, 2019

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan is warning of possible war between his country and India over what he called India's brutal actions in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir

Mexico mourns police commander killed in Cancun

Sep 24, 2019

Officials in the Mexican resort of Cancun say a local police commander has been killed, and they are denying accusations by a drug cartel that authorities favored a rival gang

Trump says meeting with Kim Jong Un 'could happen soon'

Sep 23, 2019

U.S. President Donald Trump says another meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "could happen soon"

Rocket attack hits near US Embassy in Baghdad's Green Zone

Sep 23, 2019

Iraqi security officials say at least two rockets have been fired into the capital's fortified Green Zone, landing around one kilometer (a half-mile) from the U.S. Embassy

UN: Syria constitution committee set, will meet within weeks

Sep 23, 2019

The U.N. secretary-general says a Syrian constitutional committee has been finalized after nearly 2 years of negotiations between the Syrian government and the opposition

Colombia ex-rebels testify on kidnappings at peace tribunal

Sep 23, 2019

Former combatants from Colombia's once-largest rebel army are asking for forgiveness as they testify at a special peace tribunal about kidnappings that took place during the long civil conflict

IS women on trial for attempted attack near Notre Dame

Sep 23, 2019

Two French women who pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group have gone on trial for trying to blow up a car near Notre Dame Cathedral in 2016

From IS camp, Syrian family returns home to a hostile city

Sep 22, 2019

Kurdish-led authorities in northeast Syria are allowing hundreds of Syrian families linked to the Islamic State group to return home to the city of Raqqa

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