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Middle East

Saddam Hussein's Tomb Leveled in Tikrit as Iraqi Forces Fight ISIS

OUJA, Iraq — The tomb of Iraq's late dictator Saddam Hussein was virtually leveled in heavy clashes between militants from ISIS and Iraqi forces in a fight for control of the city of Tikrit.<p>Fighting intensified to the north and south of Saddam Hussein's hometown Sunday as Iraqi security forces …

Saddam Hussein

Russia's President Vladimir Putin Reappears in Public After 10-Day Absence

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — Russian President Vladimir Putin resurfaced Monday, looking healthy after a 10-day absence from public view.<p>Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atanbayev, who met with Putin Monday in St. Petersburg's ornate Konstantin Palace, referred to the swirling rumors about Putin's condition, …

North Korea

U.S. Sanctions Venezuela Officials, Calls Country a Threat

President Barack Obama signed an executive order declaring a national emergency with respect to Venezuela and imposing sanctions on seven officials there in response to the country's deteriorating human rights climate, the White House said Monday.<p>The White House said the decision to impose the …

South Asia

Hillary Clinton Says 'It Would Have Been Better' to Use Two Email Accounts

Hillary Clinton acknowledged Tuesday that it "would have been better" to use a government email address along with the personal one she used while secretary of state at her first press conference since the controversy erupted earlier this month.<p>But the likely 2016 presidential frontrunner insisted …

U.S. Dept. of State

Iran Nuclear Talks: U.S. 'Not Trustworthy,' Says Top Tehran Cleric

LONDON — One of Iran's most powerful clerics lashed out at the American government on Tuesday, saying the U.S. could not be trusted during high-stakes nuclear talks.<p>The Obama administration is working with five world powers and Iran to reach a deal on Tehran's nuclear program.<p>Grand Ayatollah …

South Asia