At least 32 people killed - including army's top spy - after attacks on security offices in third-largest city.
by Michael Madden
by Taylor Denny
by Fahrinisa Oswald
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Occupied West Bank
Wife of slain Indian questioned immigrant safety in US
Who produced the VX poison that killed Kim Jong-nam?
Kim Jong-nam attack reveals true nature of North Korea
Meet the Kims: Who's who in North Korea's first family
Suicide attacks hit security forces in Syria's Homs
Turkey's ruling AKP begins push to amend constitution
White House: Too early to guess motive of Kansas attack
Syrian White Helmets cinematographer barred from US
'Friendly' Jewish reporter speaks of clash with Trump
Critic of Duterte's drug war arrested on drug charges
by Gregory Aftandilian
by J Berkshire Miller
by Joseph Fahim
by Sean W Burges
Wind damage, sudden snow, travel disruption then an Arctic temperature drop for Scandinavia. Europe's 'weather bomb'.
From scenes of protests in the United States to images of Iraqis fleeing their homes, here is the week in pictures.
Since retaking eastern Mosul from ISIL, Iraqi security forces have been working to apprehend the remaining fighters.
Nearly two years on, the reconstruction of thousands of houses destroyed by the deadly quake remains stalled.
Syria's Civil War
Demonstrators in Geneva have called for an end to the practice of enforced disappearances in war-torn Syria.
by Dylan Collins
Fighting back against Israel's incursions has become second nature for residents of the West Bank village.
by Jaclynn Ashly
Battle for Mosul
by John Beck
For years, Israel has increasingly taken control of Palestinian lands in Area C to build out its industrial zones.
by Ylenia Gostoli
As bombing of civilian areas continues, Syrians are pessimistic over the outcome of the Geneva talks.
by Mariya Petkova
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