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One big reason ISIS lost the capital of its caliphate
After a four-month battle, American-backed forces in Syria captured Raqqa on Oct. 17, taking back a city that was the center of power for Islamic State’s “caliphate” since 2014. While the victory was a military one, the real heroes may be the Muslim civilians forced to live under the harsh rule of Islamic State (ISIS) but who silently withheld support. In fact, one of the best “weapons” used to help liberate ISIS-controlled cities in Syria, Iraq, and Libya over the past two years has been media interviews with Muslims who experienced the group’s brutality.
Election meddling? Who, us?
Meddling, that is, by the Russian government in last year’s US presidential election, according to an explosive report issued in January by the US intelligence community. Such meddling continues to this day, warn experts on digital manipulation. This issue of meddling, the Russians were told, had soured American attitudes toward Russia, and tied President Trump’s hands in his stated goal of improving US-Russian relations.
Grit and the gridiron rescue a town
It’s only 3 p.m., but North Alamo Street is beginning to resemble a Texas ghost town. “Closed” signs tilt from mud-flecked doors. An errant piece of corrugated tin scrapes restlessly against a sagging fence post. A tattered American flag whips in the breeze, clanging against a bent flagpole.
BBC Sports News
Craig Shakespeare: Leicester City sack manager four months after appointment
Leicester City sack manager Craig Shakespeare just four months after he took the job on a permanent basis.
Why did Gatland's love for the Lions turn bitter?
As Warren Gatland's involvement with the Lions comes to a bitter end after a tour he "hated", Chris Jones asks how did it come to this?
Tour will be massive challenge - Froome on 2018 route
Chris Froome says the 2018 Tour de France will test every aspect of cycling despite having the race's shortest route of the 21st century.
Warner's 'Ashes war' comments pathetic - Trescothick
Australia vice-captain David Warner's warning that England should expect "war" next month was "pathetic", says Marcus Trescothick.
Watch: England hold nerve to reach U17 quarter-finals
England held their nerve to beat Japan 5-4 on penalties to reach the quarter-finals of the Under-17 World Cup in India.
Northern Ireland to face Switzerland in World Cup play-offs
Northern Ireland will play Switzerland in the World Cup play-offs while the Republic of Ireland are drawn against Denmark.
Deen backs coach Johnston despite racist comment
Olympic bobsleigh pilot Lamin Deen backs the appointment of Lee Johnston as British Bobsleigh head coach despite him making a racist comment in 2013.
Jose Mourinho: Manchester United manager plays down PSG speculation
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho distances himself from speculation he is keen to move to Paris St-Germain.
Middlesex relegation stands after failed 'crossbow' appeal
Middlesex lose their appeal against a two-point deduction, confirming their relegation from County Championship Division One.
Rafael Nadal pulls out of Swiss Indoors Basel with knee injury
World number one Rafael Nadal pulls out of next week's Swiss Indoors Basel with a knee injury and says it is "time for some rest".
Injured North set to miss Wales' autumn Tests
George North's knee injury is set to rule him out of Wales' autumn Tests against Australia, Georgia, New Zealand and South Africa.
Joshua in 'difficult position' after late change of opponent
Anthony Joshua will defend his IBF and WBA heavyweight world titles against Carlos Takam after Kubrat Pulev pulls out injured.
NFL hails 'productive' talks over anthem protests
The NFL hails "productive" talks about player protests during the national anthem, but no steps to address the issue are announced.
Transgender athlete blocked from women's Australian rules football league
Transgender athlete Hannah Mouncey is blocked from taking part in next year's Australian rules football professional women's league.
'No players ruled out' of England set-up - interim boss Marley
England women's interim manager Mo Marley says 'no players are ruled out' under her leadership.
Robert Kubica: Polish driver has 'productive' second Williams test
Robert Kubica completes a "productive" a second day of testing for Williams as the team assess his chances of making a comeback to F1.
Watch: Life is so much easier with a race walker
BBC Sport imagines what life would be like if we could hire record-breaking race walker Tom Bosworth to get stuff done.
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'I am the charismatic, funny loser' - Klopp
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp describes himself as a "charismatic, funny loser" before Liverpool's match against Maribor.
Steph Houghton: England captain said atmosphere for Russia game was 'emotional and distracting'
England captain Steph Houghton says the atmosphere around their match against Russia was "emotional and distracting".
BBC Americas News
Controversial Trump drug czar pick dropped
The congressman helped pass a bill that reportedly neutered efforts to slow the flow of opioid drugs.
Florida governor defends emergency before far-right speech
The Republican governor denies he is trying to violate the free speech rights of the speaker.
Reese Witherspoon says she was assaulted by a director at 16
The Hollywood star says the incident was at the hands of an unnamed director.
Trump cites chief-of-staff Kelly's dead son to attack Obama
Mr Trump suggests his predecessor failed to call John Kelly's family after their son was killed.
Goldman Sachs results beat forecasts despite bond trading hit
Third quarter profits at the US banking giant fall, but its results were not as bad as expected.
Trump fires back after McCain attacks 'spurious nationalism'
“At some point I fight back and it won't be pretty," the president says of Senator McCain's speech.
Trump's latest travel ban order blocked
A judge slaps a temporary restraining order on the policy before it could take effect this week.
Minnesota man survives Mogadishu blast
The Minnesota man was just a block away when a bomb killed at least 276 people including his relatives.
Tucson, Arizona, trailer fire 'caused by spider burning'
A blowtorch used to burn spider webs could have caused the fire in Tucson, Arizona, officials say.
Carrie Fisher gave a cow tongue to predatory producer
The Star Wars actress gave a cow tongue in a Tiffany box to teach the Hollywood producer a lesson.
Since September, hundreds of people have descended on the streets of St Louis in protest. This is why.
Stories of sexism
The BBC's Rajini Vaidyanathan shares her personal story of sexual harassment during her working life.
Not just A-listers
The casting couch may seem like a relic of the golden age of Hollywood - but women say sexual harassment is rife.
Could a new generation of immigrants help cricket finally crack America?
A man drunkenly fired shots at a mosque after the Paris terror attacks, then tried to make amends.
As Trump says the recovery cannot go on "forever", only 10% of the population has electricity.
An 84-year-old priest who helps North Koreans with TB says new restrictions will not stop him going.
Reality Check looks at a number of President Trump's claims on the economy.
Working for Harvey
Lisa Rose was 22 when she worked for Harvey Weinstein in London- this is her story
Sea of troubles
Puerto Rico is in fiscal crisis, but Donald Trump says aid cannot last forever. So what's the plan?