As the UN announces its investigation into Damascus and Moscow’s alleged “war crimes” in Aleppo, and continues to ignore Western support for groups like al-Nusra, Syrian government forces have continued their push to liberate the eastern part of the city from so-called “moderates.”
On Monday a top-ranking US Air Force official announced that a small enemy drone controlled by Daesh had been downed by an electronic weapon. The weaponized unmanned craft responsible for the death of four civilians.
On Monday Iraqi news outlets reported that Daesh militants had stripped Iraqi families of their personal belongings near the gates of Mosul, a northern Iraq city still under extremist control. Three adults and a child have reportedly died at the gates from exhaustion and fatigue.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro accused on Tuesday the country’s opposition of trying to carry out a "parliamentary coup" and vowed to prevent it, after the country’s parliament voted to begin impeachment proceedings against him.
Bayzle Dylan Morgan, 25, who faces the death penalty, will not be allowed to use makeup to hide neo-Nazi tattoos in his upcoming murder trial, a judge has ruled.
A Missouri man has been indicted on 21 counts after allegedly tricking dozens of women into having sex with him on camera, claiming that they were rehearsing for a pornographic film.
Yelling the word “f*ck” through a megaphone is no longer deemed offensive in Australia according to a judge who dismissed charges of offensive language against three marriage-equality protesters.
A recent study notes that women have caught up with men in terms of alcohol consumption, marking the end of the drinking gap between the two primary sexes.
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