Mosul has been the center of fierce fighting between ISIS and Iraq's coalition forces, but the March 17 incident is still unclear.
After mixed signals sparked concern, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will attend a NATO meeting at the end of March, NBC News reports.
Afghanistan's opium production is up because of new genetically modified "Chinese seed" that allows opium to be grown year round.
Smog has escalated pressure on Chinese leaders to move more swiftly to shutter steel factories and coal-fired power plants, FT reports.
Cash-strapped nation's maritime push to attract overseas tourists raises eyebrows.
Hosni Mubarak, the first leader to face trial after the Arab Spring uprisings that swept the region, was freed on Friday after six years in detention.
Appeal to the public that if anyone knows the attacker, his associates or recent movements, they should contact the police.
With a month to go until the French election, around four in 10 voters are hesitant about who to vote for, a poll said on Friday.
Airbnb sees big promise in China, where travel spending reached nearly $500 billion in 2015 thanks to domestic tourists, NYT reports.
Schulz would not be the right replacement for Merkel because of his choice to prioritize the needs of Greek communists over German taxpayers; Spahn.
Here's how the world's media reacted to the news of the worst London terror attack in more than a decade on Wednesday.
The House of Commons was locked down after the attack. Officials said Prime Minister Theresa May was safe and at work.
Germany's large current account surplus is the result of the competitiveness of the German economy though will shrink in coming years; finance ministry.
Britain's MI5 domestic intelligence agency had warned that a terrorist attack was "highly likely" in the country since 2014.
Chinese internet giant Tencent, owner of social app WeChat, reported fourth-quarter and annual earnings results Wednesday.
There may be hope for the climate after all, Vox reports.
One person suffered serious injuries during turbulence caused by engines and wingtip-related issue, NBC reports.
ING has confirmed it is facing a criminal investigation into alleged money laundering and corruption from Netherlands authorities.
French Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux resigned, admitting that he had hired his daughters to do parliamentary work during their summer vacations.
The potentially biggest political scandal in U.S. history is befuddling a government that can't keep up, says Vox's Zack Beauchamp.
China lifted its import ban following a Brazilian investigation into health inspector corruption.
Accounting firm PwC says nearly a third of British jobs might be threatened by robots.
Li Ruogu, former chairman of the Export-Import Bank of China, said the U.K. may already be a more open market than the EU.
Stocks closed mixed after a choppy trading session with NBC News reporting the House pulled a key health-care bill.
U.S. government debt prices were mixed on Friday as investors awaited a vote on the Republican-led health-care bill.
European markets closed lower on Friday amid investor uncertainty over a delayed vote on Trump's health-care bill.