BEIRUT (Reuters) - Air strikes on rebel-held areas of Aleppo
and shelling of government-held areas of the city resumed on
Friday, after a brief dawn lull following seven days of violence, a
war monitor, a civil defense worker and Syrian state media said.
(Reuters) - Islamic State may exult in online portrayals of
jihadis sweeping victoriously across Iraqi battlefields, but a
camera recovered from the helmet of a dead fighter offers a
contrasting picture of chaos and panic in a battle with Kurdish
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As Donald Trump moves closer to
clinching the Republican presidential nomination, he has offered
lavish praise for Bernie Sanders, who faces increasingly slim
chances in his battle with Hillary Clinton in the Democratic race.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea's Supreme Court on Friday
sentenced a Korean American man to 10 years of hard labor for
subversion, North Korean media reported, in the latest conviction
of a foreigner for crimes against the isolated state.
LONDON (Reuters) - Donald Trump's first major foreign policy
address alarmed American allies, who view the Republican front
runner's repeated invocation of an "America first" agenda as a
threat to retreat from the world.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Supreme Court on Thursday approved
a rule change that would let U.S. judges issue search warrants for
access to computers located in any jurisdiction despite opposition
from civil liberties groups who say it will greatly expand the
FBI's hacking authority.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Three people linked to the couple
responsible for December's mass shooting in San Bernardino,
California were arrested on Thursday on conspiracy, marriage fraud
and other charges unrelated to the massacre, U.S. prosecutors said.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Iran asked U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon
on Thursday to convince the United States to stop violating state
immunity after the top U.S. court ruled that $2 billion in frozen
Iranian assets must be paid to American victims of attacks blamed