Bundesverfassungsgericht lehnt NPD-Verbot ab 17.01.17 10:1
Bundesverfassungsgericht verbietet NPD - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Politik 17.01.17 10:1
A Neediest Cases beneficiary agency tries to help bridge a health care gap for a young refugee in Jordan, far from home.
A flurry of airstrikes illustrates the challenges President Trump faces in carrying out the vow he made in his inaugural address to combat “radical Islamic terrorism.”
Russia showed its intent to greatly expand its military presence in Syria, and Turkey seemed to soften its opposition to President Bashar al-Assad.
Once done for ideological reasons, the destruction of heritage sites is now thought to be a matter of revenge as the militant group loses territory.
Armed opposition groups and government forces “are routinely doing what they can, all of them it seems, to avoid us helping women, children, wounded on the other side,” an official said.
If President Obama chooses to forge closer military ties with the Kurds for an assault on Raqqa, ISIS’ main stronghold, he risks alienating the Turks.
The mission’s purpose was to capture and interrogate the leader, but a firefight broke out when the commandos intercepted his vehicle, an official said.
The deepening partnership between Russia and Turkey could marginalize the United States in the struggle to shape Syria’s future.
The explosion occurred outside a courthouse and security headquarters operated by the opposition fighters who control the town, Azaz, along the Turkish border.
Aleppo has been a key battleground between rebels and President Assad's forces: What's happening there?
Profile of Aleppo, once Syria's largest city and now a key battleground in the country's civil war.
A surgeon has told the BBC's World Have Your Say about the destruction of many hospitals in Aleppo, and described life in the besieged city as "like a holocaust".
New drone footage shows children playing football amid the ruins of rebel-held neighbourhood in Aleppo, Syria.
A British volunteer on the struggles faced by doctors in Syria.
A soup kitchen in western Aleppo feeds the war-weary but those in the besieged east of the city are in even greater need, reports the BBC's Jeremy Bowen.
More than two million people are trapped inside the Syrian city of Aleppo - in desperate need of food and running water as intense fighting continues.