Israeli airstrikes again targeted an Iranian base in Syria that reportedly houses Russian troops, this time killing four members of Irans Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), currently fighting on behalf of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, Tehran confirmed on Monday.
President Donald Trump announces he will respond to Syrias most recent chemical attack upon its citizens within 24-48 hours. It is absolutely essential that response be forceful.
Russia expects Ankara to hand over the Afrin region Turkey seized from U.S.-allied Kurds in Syria to the Moscow and Iranian-backed regime of dictator Bashar al-Assad, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said this weekend.
Hezbollah chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah claimed the United States, under former President George W. Bush, offered the Lebanon-based, Iran-backed Shiite terrorist group money to end its resistance movement against Israel.
Chinese communist leader Xi Jinping met United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in Beijing this weekend and reportedly urged the leader to further promote “global governance” to solve the worlds problems.
Iran celebrated its National Nuclear Technology Day on Monday and Irans President Hassan Rouhani accompanied it with a warning to American President Donald Trump against pulling out from the nuclear deal.
Sen. Dick Durbin has announced he is “heartbroken” after visiting the socialist state of Venezuela, which is currently embroiled in the worst political, economic, and humanitarian crisis in its history.
Chinese authorities have temporarily suspended four popular news apps from the countrys Android store in an attempt to tighten control over the spread of news and information.
Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton began his tenure as National Security Adviser on Monday, taking over the position from H.R. McMaster. To say that Bolton has a full plate as he sits down at his desk would be an understatement. Here are the seven most urgent national security crises he faces on Day One.
Brazils socialist Workers Party (PT) is scrambling for a plan after its leader, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, began to serve a 12-year prison sentence on corruption charges Sunday.
If President Donald Trump is looking for a way to clip Amazon CEO Jeff Bezoss wings, blocking a massive contract with the Pentagon could be one way to do it.
A criminal investigation is underway after a Russian woman died from receiving embalming fluids in an intravenous drip instead of a saline solution during surgery, according to a report Sunday.
President Donald Trump acknowledged that his stand-off with China on trade was hurting American farmers, but promised that conditions would change eventually.
TEL AVIV – Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas senior adviser Mahmoud al-Habbash accused Hamas of sending Gazans to their death for the sole purpose of garnering headlines featuring “emotional stories of heroism.”
US officials have reportedly confirmed that Israel carried out a predawn missile strike on an air base in central Syria that reportedly killed 14 people on Monday, while Russia protested that it had not been informed ahead of time.
TEL AVIV – Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas will no longer be responsible for what happens in Gaza if Hamas continues to refuse to hand over full control of the coastal enclave and its weapons to the PA government, he said on Sunday.
White House officials confirmed last week that their North Korean counterparts told them they were open to discussing shutting down their illegal nuclear weapons program. South Korean officials had insisted that the north was open to denuclearization in their recent talks, as well.
President Donald Trump condemned the reported chemical weapons attack in Syria, promising an administration response in the next 24-48 hours.
Every human life is equally sacred and inviolable, including that of unborn children, Pope Francis said in a lengthy text released in the Vatican Monday.
“President Trump last week signaled to the world that the United States would prematurely withdraw from Syria,” McCain wrote, saying that Syrian dictator Bashar Assad was “emboldened by American inaction.”
Contents: New chemical weapon attack in Syria kills 48, hospitalizes hundreds; Trump threatens big price to pay after Assads chemical weapons attack in Syria; Syria reports that its under missile attack, likely by the US
Hollywood director Taika Waititi has descibed his New Zealand homeland as “racist as f**k” during a candid magazine interview.
President Donald Trump explained his frustration on the trade disparity between the United States and China by highlighting the unfair tariffs on automobile sales.
TEHRAN – Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Monday that the United States would regret withdrawing from the nuclear deal, and that Iran would respond in “less than a week” if that happened.
A biological male weightlifter competing as a woman in the Commonwealth Games lost the gold medal after trying to lift far more weight than was needed for victory.
Syria and its Russian ally accused Israel on Monday of carrying out a deadly dawn bombing raid on a military airbase, as global outrage mounted over an alleged poison gas attack outside Damascus.
Israels Taekwondo Junior National Team was essentially banned from participating in the 2018 World Junior Championships, as well as trials for the upcoming Youth Olympic Games to be held in Argentina in October, after being denied entry permits by Tunisa, the host country.
JERUSALEM – Israeli fighter jets targeted a Hamas “military target” in northern Gaza on Monday in response to Palestinians infiltrating the border and laying bombs the previous day, the army said.
California Governor Jerry Brown is still silent after Secretary of Defense Jim “Mad-Dog” Mattis signed the order to deploy up to 4,000 National Guardsmen to the Mexican border.
National Security Council spokesman Michael Anton was pushed out of the White House, according to multiple sources after he announced Sunday he was leaving.
Missiles struck an air base in central Syria early Monday, its state-run news agency reported. Although the agency said it was likely “an American aggression,” U.S. officials said the U.S. had not launched airstrikes on Syria.
Turkey is reportedly expected to enhance financial and medical support to factions from one of its top allies, the Free Syrian Army (FSA), as the rebel group continues to participate in Ankaras offensive against U.S.-allied Kurds in northern Syria.
Indian-administered Kashmir is facing widespread unrest involving violent clashes between student protesters and Indian police, the beheading of a man by Pakistan-linked terrorists, and deadly gunfights pitting security forces against militants, all of which ultimately prompted authorities to impose travel restrictions.
An attorney working for a 9/11-linked jihadi held at the Guantánamo Bay prison is seeking to pressure the Pentagon into lifting restrictions that prevent his client from disseminating his art, arguing that the prisoner gets therapeutic benefit from creating and sharing his work.
A Christian schoolgirl remains in the captivity of the Islamist terror group Boko Haram in Nigeria this week after refusing to convert to Islam, it has emerged.
Islamabads deportation sweep targeting Afghan refugees is reportedly resulting in the removal of individuals who are born and raised in Pakistan, a move that ignores so-called birthright citizenship conferred by the countrys immigration laws.
TEL AVIV – A senior Iranian cleric warned that its terror proxy Hezbollah has powerful new missiles that could “turn Haifa and Tel Aviv into ghost-towns.”
TEL AVIV – Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman on Sunday slammed calls for a probe into the death of a Palestinian photojournalist during the mass protests on the border with Gaza, saying that Hamas terrorists often disguised themselves as journalists.
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Hundreds, if not thousands, of Ahwazi Arabs have gathered in the capitol city of Irans Khuzestan province since Friday to protest against the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) corporation after they allegedly deliberately omitted any mention of the Arab culture during a childrens show celebrating Irans “diversity” on Nowruz, or the Persian New Year.
Pope Francis took advantage of midday prayers before some 50,000 people to condemn the alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria, citing “terrible reports” of dozens of dead, including women and children.
President Donald Trump blamed Russia and Iran for backing Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad after reports emerged Sunday of a chemical weapons attack by the regime against the rebel-held town of Douma on Sunday.
The first gift that the risen Christ offers his followers is the forgiveness of sins, Pope Francis said in his homily Sunday, when the Catholic Church celebrates the feast of divine mercy.
PARIS — The crown prince of Saudi Arabia is making his first official visit to France, which is hoping to profit from his shake-up of the conservative kingdom.
Thousands of school pupils and university students have returned to classes in Syria in territory recaptured from jihadists by Assad, reports AFP.