Hasan Abdalla says his positive experiences in the UK compared to Syria completely redefined his artwork.
Members of the US congress are examining the president's authority to prosecute war.
The lifting of US sanctions after two decades brings hope to cancer patients and crippled businesses.
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Massoud Barzani had pushed for the independence referendum that many Kurdish leaders now see as a catastrophic blunder.
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Some 350,000 people have fled their homes in Deir al-Zour, where IS fighters are cornered.
Families will be allowed into three stadiums in the latest move towards giving women more freedom.
Papers are expected to be lodged at courts in Madrid today levelling possible charges against ousted Catalan President Carles Puigdemont and other separatist leaders.
Reports say the death of a 34-year-old US army officer in Mali is being investigated as a murder.
The Kremlin has used the company to help Venezuela’s government avoid collapse as Moscow looks to project more economic and political sway.
Catalonia’s ministers, lawmakers, teachers, policemen and other government workers face the question of accepting Madrid’s authority — or staying loyal to their ousted leader.
Militants and smugglers operate in the impoverished African country, where the scale of American military involvement has surprised even high-ranking senators.
The activist Henda Ayari and another woman filed police complaints accusing Tariq Ramadan of violent attacks. He is the author of numerous books on modern Islam and a well-known figure in the media.
No president who has slept at the Mansion for any extended period has come to a decent end. The place, as any Liberian will tell you, is both haunted and jinxed.
Catalonia residents who demonstrated in Barcelona on Sunday struck a moderate tone, saying they embraced both their Catalan and Spanish identities.
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Spain's foreign minister has told Sky News he is confident the Catalan police - the Mossos - will obey instruction from Madrid and there will be no need to send in thousands of national police and the army.
Egypt dismissed a dozen top officials after an attack that killed a large number of police and elicited widespread criticism of the performance of Egypt’s security agencies.
The Taliban have begun refining opium on their own, rather than exporting the raw ingredients, giving the militants even less reason to negotiate.
Huge numbers of people poured onto the streets of Barcelona.
His Twitter outburst comes amid reports of an imminent arrest in the Russian collusion inquiry.
The White House has already distanced itself from the contract, awarded without a public bid process.
Tobby fell into the 25-metre pit during a walk in the woods.
Demonstrators at a huge Barcelona rally speak passionately about their wish to stay part of Spain.
The annual parade also celebrated the rescuers who helped pull people from the rubble of collapsed buildings after two earthquakes in two weeks in September.
At least 29 people were killed in an Islamist attack on a hotel in Mogadishu, with Somali security forces bringing the siege to an end after 12 hours.
The police chief and the head of intelligence are sacked after bombs killed 27 people in Mogadishu.
President Macron was on a visit to French Guiana when he got talking to a local boy.
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