A mesmerizing and deeply moving portrayal of the Iraq War as seen by Iraqis, Abbas Fahdel’s six-hour masterpiece is essential viewing for anyone hoping to understand the implications of the reckless US-led invasion.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and former business executive Carly Fiorina are ending their campaigns for the 2016 Republican nomination, US media reported on Wednesday.
In a surprise result, Ohio Governor John Kasich surged to second place in the Republican primary in New Hampshire on Tuesday as voters there embraced his message of bipartisanship and compromise.
Two female suicide bombers on Wednesday killed at least 58 at a camp for people made homeless by Boko Haram's Islamist insurgency in northeast Nigeria, emergency services, in the latest violence to hit the remote region.
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Members of France’s National Assembly on Wednesday approved controversial measures to change the country’s constitution following the deadly attacks that struck Paris in November, with senators scheduled to examine the bill next month.
Ian Reifowitz, Author of "Obama's America: A Transformative Vision of Our National Identity" and History professor at S.U.N.Y.-Empire State College, tells us the importance of this vote in New Hampshire.
In his official bid for the US presidency, Donald Trump said he was worth 10 billion dollars. A figure contested by Forbes Magazine. But regardless to how many billions he owns, Donald Trump is sitting on a massive financial empire. Who really is Donald Trump and where does his money come from?
Professor Kay Schlozman joins us via Skype to speak about the first primary elections in the United States.
A multicoloured Eiffel Tower with the words "Paris, candidate city, Olympic Games 2024" was projected onto the Arc De Triomphe at precisely 20:24pm local time on Tuesday as the French capital unveiled the logo for its bid to host the Games.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said on Wednesday he was going to leave office, as had been widely expected, in a move that is set to trigger a wider reshuffle of the unpopular government.
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German authorities were on Tuesday investigating how two commuter trains collided head-on, leaving at least 10 dead and dozens injured, despite having been fitted with automatic braking systems to prevent such accidents.
The US Supreme Court on Tuesday delivered a blow to President Barack Obama by putting on hold federal regulations to curb carbon emissions mainly from coal-fired power plants, the centrepiece of his administration’s strategy to combat climate change.
The chant "Pay back the money" filtered into South Africa's highest court on Tuesday, as judges heard a case in which President Jacob Zuma is accused of violating the constitution in a scandal over state spending on his private home.
Lawmakers in France's lower house of parliament on Tuesday narrowly voted through a highly controversial proposal to amend the constitution to strip people convicted of terrorist offences of their French nationality.
The United Nations urged Turkey to let in tens of thousands of Syrians fleeing a regime offensive around Aleppo on Tuesday, adding to calls for Russia to end air strikes ahead of fresh peace efforts.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders decisively won presidential primaries in New Hampshire on Tuesday, riding a wave of anti-establishment discontent in the second key test in the unpredictable race for the White House.