In our news wrap Tuesday, China’s outbreak of novel coronavirus may be slowing, with new cases falling below 2,000 for two days in a row. The country is enforcing mass quarantines and increased surveillance. Also, Afghan election officials announced that…
A Turkish delegation will travel to Russia on Monday to discuss the situation in Syria's Idlib province amid mounting fears of a humanitarian disaster there, Turkey's foreign minister said.
By Geir Moulson, Associated Press
In our news wrap Friday, Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman will not be investigated over his impeachment testimony against President Trump, says Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy. Vindman already lost his job with the National Security Council. Also, Turkish-backed rebels shot…
The U.N. said Thursday the humanitarian crisis is compounded by freezing weather, already existing severe needs and the world's indifference.
By Sarah El Deeb, Associated Press
By Bassem Mroue, Associated Press
The violence in Idlib province came as government troops moved closer to capturing the last rebel-controlled section of a strategic highway linking southern and northern Syria, which would bring the road under the full control of President Bashar Assad's forces…
By Suzan Fraser, Bassem Mroue, Associated Press
Turkey has said they retaliated against rebel backed Kurdish forces that killed 5 of their soldiers and wounded five more Monday.
By Zeynep Bilginsoy, Associated Press
Pegasus Airlines' CEO told a press conference in Istanbul that the black boxes were retrieved and were being deciphered.
In our news wrap Wednesday, delayed results from Monday’s Democratic presidential caucuses in Iowa are still trickling in -- and Pete Buttigieg appears to be keeping his lead. With 75 percent of precincts reporting, the former mayor of South Bend,…
By Suzan Fraser, Associated Press
A snowslide killed five people and left two missing. Then, around noon Wednesday, the rescue team was struck by the second avalanche.
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