Turkey has spent two consecutive days shelling Islamic State and Kurdish YPG targets. If Turkey's forces drive out ISIS, it could lead to a messy confrontation between the Turkish government and the US-backed YPG, say analysts.
The kidnapping of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's son, along with a half-dozen others, may suggest that the imprisoned drug lord is losing control of his cartel internally, while also facing pressure from rival cartels.
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Despite the Brazilian president's efforts to persuade lawmakers to change their minds, senators voted 59-21 to put her on trial. After the trial, the senate will vote on whether to permanently remove her from office.
Despite a history of enacting religious and conservative policies, Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan has invoked the spirit of the secularist Turkish leader Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, in an attempt to unify the country after the July 15th coup attempt.
Former Prime Minister David Cameron is being accused of 'cronyism' for awarding high honors to political allies who were part of the 'Remain' campaign. Along with Cameron, they were unable to prevent Britain's vote to leave the EU.
A measure of stability brought by the military government could explain the 'yes' vote, experts say, but the government has been criticized for severely restricting public discussion of the proposed constitution.