In a complicated fight in a densely populated city such as Mosul, civilians will die. But under international humanitarian law, belligerents must do all they can to protect them.
Steve Bannon, the US president’s chief strategist, wants to destroy the state.
On the bus to university with Syrian refugees in Jordan.
It is too late for the Republicans to replace their scandal-tainted candidate.
Could the centrist's uneven performance spell the possibility of a François Fillon comeback?
Truck bombs and drone warfare in the fight to take back Iraq’s second city from Islamic State.
Theresa May says Article 50 will be triggered on 29 March. The UK must prepare for years, if not decades, of negotiating.
The young Dutch politician is organised, photogenic - and optimistic.
Even the abortion rights campaigners have found new momentum.
With an 80 per cent approval rating with Republican voters, the President will be difficult to dislodge through any means other than the ballot box.
An uneasy truce between the Christian Democrats and post-communists is reaching an end. For Cavriago, it could spell disaster.
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