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YouTuber Adam Saleh with a fan.

A day with YouTube prankster Adam Saleh proved that the internet’s A-listers have reached celebrity status

YouTube's most elite and popular creators have been able to achieve levels of fame and wealth akin to that of high-profile celebrities and models.
A Syria Civil Defence member carries a wounded child in the besieged town of Hamoria in Eastern Ghouta on Janauary 6, 2018.

These 10 countries face the biggest humanitarian crises in 2020

The International Rescue Committee has published its annual "Emergency Watchlist" to highlight the work facing world leaders and aid workers.
FILE PHOTO: U.S. President Donald Trump delivers remarks following the U.S. Military airstrike against Iranian General Qassem Soleimani in Baghdad, Iraq, in West Palm Beach, Florida

Senators worried over Trump’s power to start a war with Iran are mounting a bipartisan challenge

Senate Democrats on Tuesday said they have enough votes to pass a resolution to limit Trump's ability to attack Iran without congressional approval.

PM Mahathir denies talk of new Islamic bloc at Malaysian summit, which Saudi Arabia did not attend

"We are not discriminating or isolating anyone," Mahathir said.
Rep. Ro Khanna says provisions that would have stopped the Saudi air force from missions in Yemen were stripped from a US defense bill.

House Democrats gave Trump ‘everything he wanted’ on a $738 billion defense bill while on the brink of impeaching him

Progressives are livid over the defense bill funding the US-Mexico border wall, Space Force, and continued US support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen.
A displaced Syrian boy writes on a whiteboard in an UNICEF tent converted into a school at a camp near al-Dana town in northwestern Syria on September 10, 2019.

33 photos show what it’s like to go to school in a war zone

Wars destroy cities and schools, but classes continue. Here's what it's like for children going to school in the war zones of Syria, Yemen, and Iraq.
A displaced Syrian boy writes on a whiteboard in an UNICEF tent converted into a school at a camp near al-Dana town in northwestern Syria on September 10, 2019.

33 photos show what it’s like to go to school in a war zone

Wars destroy cities and schools, but classes continue. Here's what it's like for children going to school in the war zones of Syria, Yemen, and Iraq.
Houthi fighters pose on an alleged captured Saudi vehicle after an attack near the border with Saudi Arabia's southern region of Najran in Yemen, in this still image taken from video on September 29, 2019.

The Iranian-backed Houthi rebels claim to have killed 500 Saudi-led coalition troops and captured thousands more in major victory

If true, the Houthi victory would mark another major setback for Saudi Arabia in the wake of the recent drone and missile attacks on its oil sites.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo takes part in a meeting with Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on September 18, 2019.

Just 13% of Americans would support US military going to war over Saudi oil field attack

There's not significant support the for the US involving itself in a Saudi war or taking military action on its behalf as a result of the oil attack.
Smoke is seen following a fire at an Aramco factory in Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia, on Saturday.

China could be the biggest loser from the Saudi Arabia oil attack

An expert told Business Insider that China has been the largest buyer of Saudi oil since 2009 and could be most impacted by a halt to oil exports.