In his first address to Africa's most populous nation, the 72-year-old former military dictator said they would face the group head on, while also stressing commitment to rescuing the Chibok schoolgirls.
The trial will evaluate 18 patients with a life expectancy of at least of nine months or longer, administering a dose of MDMA or a placebo before undergoing psychotherapy sessions.
The five Taliban officials released in the controversial deal have been in Qatar for the past year and restricted from traveling abroad, but this will change if the ban expires as scheduled on June 1.
The attacks came hours after the Iraqi government announced the beginning of an operation against the militant group in Anbar province.
The former British Prime Minister is said to have written a letter to United Nations head Ban Ki-moon notifying him of his resignation from the Quartet.
The Holy See's Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin said he was deeply saddened by the results of the weekend vote to legalize gay marriage.
The first-ever investigation into the 1987 murder of President Thomas Sankara may shed light on what role, if any, was played by his eventual successor Blaise Compaore.
The UN warned Friday that continued fighting between opposition forces and the South Sudanese government has led to "alarming gross" human rights violations.
More than 13 years after George W. Bush signed the bill into law after the September 11 attacks, the May 31 deadline is looming for the controversial act as legislators head out of town for the holiday weekend.
Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced the indictment on Thursday against the cops who face a range of charges including second-degree murder and manslaughter.
The cell phone footage uncovered from the scene of a helicopter crash shows government forces filming themselves as they drop two of the banned weapons over the northern part of the country.
Letters written by Osama Bin Laden in his final years depict a man concerned about al Qaeda splinter groups in Africa, with the document release coming a week after journalist Seymour Hersh questioned the government's account of his death.
The bipartisan legislation — named for two NYPD officers who were murdered in their patrol car in December — will ensure that officers are aware of threats against them as quickly as possible.
A majority of the new cases showed up in Guinea, with the World Health Organization stressing that the hemorrhagic fever "will not go quietly."
Human rights groups have criticized police raids that have resulted in 3,914 arrests and led to the deportation of more than 400 migrants from Mozambique.
Police officers are routinely used to enforce discipline in one Louisiana school system, according to a civil rights group, and black students are being disproportionately arrested.
More than two weeks after demonstrations began in the capital Bujumbura, protests continue against President Pierre Nkurunziza's controversial plans to seek a third term in office.
In his most recent anti-gay remarks, President Yahya Jammeh threatened to make homosexuals disappear forever, suggesting that the West could do nothing to stop him.
More than 50 police officers were murdered while on duty last year, with the vast majority dying from gunshot wounds.
Newly Appointed attorney general Loretta Lynch announced the federal civil rights inquiry in a press conference on Friday to probe whether or not a pattern or practice of abuse exists within the force.