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Angelina Jolie reportedly asked to take down African warlord
Emails released by European media outlets reportedly show a proposed collaboration between Jolie and the International Criminal Court to take down African warlord Joseph Kony.
Russian ambassador to Sudan latest in string of Kremlin diplomat deaths
Russia's ambassador to Sudan , Mirgayas Shirinsky, was found dead at his residence in Khartoum on Wednesday night, officials said. According to Russia's foreign ministry, Shirinsky appeared to have suffered symptoms consistent with a heart attack when he was discovered. Russian embassy staff at the
News analysis: How the Sunni Arab world views Trump ahead of his visit
In contrast to Washington, President Trump is expected to find a warm and approving welcome in Saudi Arabia and among the Sunni Arab leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) when he heads that way Friday. The Sunni Arab world widely approves of Trump's military action against Syria's Assad --
Political historian predicts Trump will be impeached
Political historian Allan Lichtman of American University predicts Trump's impeachment in his first term.
GOP Sen. Marco Rubio cites Rex Tillerson's remarks as 'incentive' in Syrian chemical weapons attack
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio today criticized the Trump administration for what he called its conciliatory position on Syria, saying it’s not "coincidental" that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad launched chemical weapons on civilians just days after U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the
Trump Considering Executive Actions Targeting UN, International Treaties
President Donald Trump is considering executive action that could target U.S. funding of the United Nations as well as U.S. participation in international treaties, a senior administration official confirmed to ABC News. The possible steps were first reported by The New York Times. One of the
Eyewitnesses Reveal Horrors of Syria School Attack
A fourth-grade girl known for her intelligence and who was her parents' only child was among more than three dozen people, including 15 children, killed by airstrikes in a school compound in Syria on Wednesday. The parents of the girl, Bisan Khaled al-Farahat, had trouble conceiving and tried for
Despite Government Advances and New Clashes, Some Aleppo Residents Say They Will Never Leave
Abdulkafi Alhamdo has never held a weapon in his life. But in the near future, he says, he might have to learn how to load a gun. “Everyone inside Aleppo can be forced to carry weapons because it’s a matter of life and death,” Alhamdo, a 31-year-old teacher in the government-besieged part of
US Calls for War Crimes Investigation of Russia Over Aleppo Bombings
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry today called for a war crimes investigation of Russia for its role in the destruction of Aleppo, Syria. Speaking alongside his French counterpart at the State Department, Kerry said Russia should be held accountable for what he called a "siege of innocent people."
What's At Stake in US Saying ISIS Committed Genocide
Secretary of State John Kerry declared today that ISIS has committed genocide against Christians, Yazidis and Shia Muslims -- the first time the U.S. has declared a situation genocide since 2004. So what does that designation mean? ABC News breaks it down. Why does it matter that the Obama