Watch Video This is Wahida Mohamed. Also known as "Um Hanadi," she's part of a tribal militia fighting ISIS alongside the Iraqi Security Forces.
Watch Video This is the Darfur region of Sudan, and the atrocities there never seem to end. Most recently, the government is being accused of killing hundreds of people — including children — with chemical weapons. Amnesty International said there have been at least 30 such attacks since January.
Watch Video India has hit Pakistan with a military attack and said it was targeting terrorists. Pakistan says at least two of its soldiers were killed, but not from the strikes; the country's military blames a cross-border fire.
Watch Video Ibrahim Abu Laith, the spokesperson for the White Helmets in rebel-held Aleppo, explains how dire the situation has become for the estimated 250,000 to 275,000 people living there under siege.
Watch Video President Obama just watched one of his vetoes get shot down for the first time. And now, things are going to be a bit more awkward between the U.S.
Watch Video Colombians living in the U.S. might sway a peace deal to end a decadeslong conflict back home.
Watch Video "Conclusive evidence" shows Russian-backed rebels launched the missile that brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, according to official investigators.
Watch Video Running for president, in any country, is hard. It's even harder if your financial information works against you. Just ask Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
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Watch Video Former Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres died Tuesday. Peres was one of the founders of Israel, and he had a political career that spanned well over half a century.
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Watch Video Ninety-two percent of people on Earth are breathing polluted air. The World Health Organization released its most complete analysis yet of outdoor air quality.
Watch Video Protesters in Venice, Italy, are dressing like pirates and confronting cruise ships passing through the city's famous lagoon.
Watch Video In the past several days, women in Saudi Arabia have dramatically stepped up their efforts to end male guardianship in the ultra-conservative kingdom.
Watch Video Meet the pangolin. It's a scale-covered mammal found in Asia and Africa that eats ants and termites. It's also the most trafficked mammal in the world. SEE MORE: Add Eastern Gorillas To The List Of Critically Endangered Species Female pangolins only reproduce once a year — but as many as 100,000 pangolins are being poached annually. Pangolins are considered extremely valuable because of their meat and scales.
Watch Video After three top diplomats walked out of an emergency U.N. Security Council meeting Sunday, the peace process in Syria has all but collapsed. Hundreds of civilians have been killed in the city of Aleppo since a cease-fire fell apart last week.
Watch Video France is shutting down "The Jungle" migrant camp in Calais. French President François Hollande said during a visit to the city Monday the controversial camp will be dismantled "completely and definitively." The French government has tried to close "The Jungle" multiple times.
Watch Video Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that India will ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change in early October. The agreement needs to be ratified by at least 55 countries.
Watch Video For almost 70 years, the United States hasn't recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Watch Video Bacteria is a part of life. Some of it's good, and some of it's bad. But drug-resistant bacteria have become a universal health threat, so the United Nations is seeking a fix.