WASHINGTON -- As Donald Trump tries to improve his standing with African-Americans and other minority voters, his running mate said Sunday the campaign doesn't want support from white nationalists.
"We don't want the support of people who think like David Duke," vice presidential nominee Mike Pence said about the former Ku Klux Klan wizard, ...Read more
CAIRO –– Thirty-five civilians were killed Sunday in two separate attacks in northern Syria as part of a Turkish campaign that started in the area this week, a monitoring group reported.
An attack in the Kurdish-held village of Jub al-Koussa, killed least 20 civilians dead and injured 50 others.
At least 15 civilians were killed in a ...Read more
TEHRAN, Iran -- A member of Iran's nuclear negotiation team was accused of espionage activities and arrested, the country's judiciary confirmed Sunday.
A spokesman for Iran's judiciary, Gholamhosein Mohseni Ejehi, said at a news conference that a suspect had been released on parole but was still under investigation.
"He is still in limbo and ...Read more
Gabon's two main presidential candidates each claimed victory and accused one another of cheating as counting of votes began.
The election pit President Ali Bongo, who was seeking a second seven-year term, against Jean Ping, a former chairman of the African Union Commission, who broke with the ruling Gabonese Democratic Party in 2014. Eleven ...Read more