The official communist Cuban delegation arrived in Lima, Peru, this week for this years Summit of the Americas, chanting pro-Castro slogans and defacing art calling for a free society on the island.
Greek forces fired tracer rounds at a Turkish helicopter near the Greek island of Ro in the Aegean Sea on Monday night, in the latest sign of mounting tensions between Athens and Ankara.
Li Wenzus sixty-mile march to demand answers about the fate of her imprisoned husband Wang Quanzhang was cut short on Tuesday, as she was scooped up by plainclothes police and deposited back at her home under house arrest. Meanwhile, China once again postponed discussions to allow Liu Xia, wife of the late dissident and Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo, to emigrate to a free country. Liu Xia has effectively been under house arrest for eight years and counting.
Taliban narco-jihadists are prepared to fight against the U.S.-NATO coalition and their Afghan counterparts “for a century” if necessary, a spokesman for the terrorist group declared, claiming that the international alliance is on the “brink of defeat.”
The United States and India, the largest democracies in the world, are reportedly exploring ways to work together to tame communist Chinas increasingly aggressive economic and military efforts across Asia as soon as possible.
The World Health Organization published a statement on Wednesday saying it was “deeply alarmed” by reports of chemical weapons deployment in Syria. WHO said it has received reports from partners in the Douma area that roughly 500 patients have been treated for symptoms consistent with toxic exposure, while over 70 deaths were reported from the attack, 43 of them apparently caused by toxic chemical exposure.
A popular Indian actress staged a topless display in support of the #MeToo movement in an attempt to draw attention to sexual harassment in the countrys film industry.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman suggested Tuesday that his nations military could join an international coalition against Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad if the U.S.-led coalition against the regime requests Saudi aid.
Former Trump White House official Ezra Cohen-Watnick is joining the Department of Justice as a national security adviser to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a source confirmed on Wednesday.
Notably, the first foreign leader who called Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban to congratulate him for his decisive victory in Hungarys parliamentary elections Sunday was Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Perhaps the next time we hear another hateful comment about the Holocaust from an Iranian official, we can remind ourselves of the two pre- and post-revolutionary Irans.
The Sebastopol Hospital in Reims, France, has ordered the removal of food and water from their patient Vincent Lambert, who suffered severe trauma to the skull in an automobile accident in 2008 that left him a quadriplegic.
TEL AVIV – The U.S. envoy to the UNs disarmament conference slammed the decision to have Syria preside over its coming session, saying the Assad regime does not have the “credibility or moral authority” for such a role.
TEL AVIV – The IDF has been put on high alert after Iran threatened to retaliate for the airstrike in Syria attributed to Israel that killed at least 14 people, including seven Iranians.
TEL AVIV – The airstrike on Syria attributed to Israel targeted an air base built by Iran and with the knowledge of Russia, constituting the “most significant direct attack” to date, Israels Channel 10 reported on Tuesday night. “All the
Polands restrictive Holocaust law must be abolished so that misunderstandings can be addressed honestly and Polish-Jewish relations can improve.
Polands second city welcomed thousands of visitors Wednesday ahead of Yom HaShoah, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, on Thursday as participants in the annual “March of the Living” memorial gathered in the town.
President Donald Trump blamed the ongoing Russia investigation headed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller for fueling a bad relationship with the country.
North Korea has yet to allow citizens to openly enjoy the music performed before Kim Jong-un at a concert in Pyongyang this month, arresting and prosecuting teens who dare expose themselves to South Korean “K-pop” without government authorization.
The Pentagon has scrubbed years of data about American servicemembers deployed to combat zones in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria from quarterly reports about the number of troops serving overseas.
Navy officials have opened an investigation regarding the placement of a Bible in a public display about POW/MIAs at the U.S. Naval Hospital in Okinawa following formal complaints from an anti-Christian foundation.
NEW YORK — A progressive group founded by former leaders of the far-left MoveOn.org organization are planning a training session with hundreds of Democratic candidates for major office, advocating messaging that pushes a public health care option for all Americans
President Donald Trump issued a threat on Twitter against Russia, warning them that missiles from the United States were directed at Syria.
KFAR SABA, Israel — While most of his fellow Jews were being killed or brutalized in Nazi death camps and ghettos, Baruch Shub and his friends were hiding in the forests of the former Soviet Union, trying to undermine the Nazis by derailing trains, burning bridges, sabotaging communication lines and killing the occasional collaborator.
Prime Minister Theresa May has indicated that more evidence is needed before blaming Bashar al-Assad for the latest chemical attack in Syria and taking military action against his regime.
JERUSALEM – The Israeli army said it fired at unspecified Hamas “military targets” in Gaza on Wednesday after a Palestinian bomb attack on an army engineering unit working inside the Hamas-ruled territory.
WASHINGTON — US President Donald Trump faced a decision on whether to strike Syria and risk a clash with Damascus ally Russia, after UN members failed Tuesday to agree on action to probe chemical attacks in the war-wracked country.
Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman on Tuesday said a Gaza journalist who was reportedly killed by Israeli gunfire over the weekend was a member of Hamas.
TEL AVIV – In comments that appeared to refer to the Syria missile strike attributed to Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that the Jewish state will retaliate against anyone harboring aspirations to harm his country.
Chinese President Xi Jinpings Tuesday pivot on trade and intellectual property is encouraging to the White House, but the Trump administration will move forward with intentions President Donald Trump has announced until the Chinese government produces concrete actions.
U.S. military air crashes have killed 47 American service members in Afghanistan over the past year, exceeding the 31 who have perished in combat during the same period, the Task & Purpose news outlet found.
Islamabad reportedly sent five engineers and staff employees working in Pakistan back to their home country of China for allegedly attacking police officers who denied them permission to leave their work camp to visit a “red-light” district.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif claimed on Tuesday that the United States and Israel are “boosting the morale” of Syrian opposition groups in Syria, which he referred to as “terrorist groups,” as well as the Islamic State (ISIS, Daesh).
At the Boao Forum for Asias annual conference in the southern Chinese province of Hainan, Chinese President Xi Jinping promoted globalism as the key to mutual prosperity among all nations.
Australias Fairfax Media revealed on Monday that China is planning to build a permanent military base on the island of Vanuatu, which would put Chinese warships on “Australias doorstep.” Officials from Vanuatu disputed the claim, insisting their country will remain non-aligned.
The Russian military has figured out a method of scrambling American drones operating in Syria that can seriously hinder military operations, officials told NBC News on Tuesday.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan refuted remarks by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov that the world expects Turkey to hand northern Afrin, Syria, to the Assad regime as soon as possible, replying Tuesday that the affairs of the Turkish military are “up to us, not to Mr. Lavrov.”
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un mentioned “the prospect of the DPRK-U.S. dialogue” during a high-level meeting of the communist Korean Workers Party on Monday, state-controlled media reported over a month after South Korean officials announced that President Donald Trump had accepted an invitation to meet Kim in person.
After speaking with North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho in Moscow, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that his government supports denuclearization talks between North Korea and the United States.
A top peace negotiator for the Colombian terrorist group FARC who was expected to take a lawmaking seat in Colombias Congress this year was arrested late Monday on charges of attempting to traffic ten tons of cocaine into the United States.
A U.S. Navy destroyer reportedly entered waters near Syria shortly after President Donald Trump promised to make a “major decision” Monday on whether to order airstrikes against Bashar al-Assad.
U.S. allies are lining up behind President Donald Trumps promise to make Syrian dictator Bashar Assad pay a “big price” for his latest use of chemical weapons. Syrian forces are reportedly on alert and bracing for possible coalition strikes at military bases across the country.
Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) questioned attributions of responsibility to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for Saturdays alleged “poison gas” attack in Syria. He made his remarks in a Monday interview with SiriusXM host Rebecca Mansour for Breitbart News Tonight.
Family Research Council President Tony Perkins and 49 other international religious liberty leaders are urging Senate leaders to confirm President Donald Trumps nominee for Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo.
French President Emmanuel Macron told a meeting of French bishops Monday that he wished to heal Church-State relations in the country, whose particular strain of secularism (“laïcité”) was profoundly colored by the anti-clericalism of the French Revolution and its aftermath.