Russia said U.S. pilots should avoid traveling near Crimea—or expect Moscow’s jets to fly close by.
As Kurdish forces attempt to defend their land from Turkey, Russia began the Sochi peace conference and its allies continued to gain ground.
Russia's ambassador to North Korea said Moscow's nuclear-armed neighbor would consider an attempt to stop oil flow to be a "declaration of war."
For the first time ever, the Pentagon blocked the release of territorial control data in the Afghanistan conflict, but a BBC study painted a grim picture.
Cyberattack and artificial intelligence are already being integrated into the arsenals of the world's leading militaries.
China's official military newspaper compared nuclear weapons to a sword of Damocles hanging over humanity, but said upgrades were necessary.
North Korea accused the U.S. of "sacrificing the world for its own abundant life," a move that upset even Washington's closest allies.
As a Turkey-backed offensive neared Manbij, Syria, the head of U.S. Central Command said withdrawal was “not something we are looking into.”
“It is a strange incident,” Turkish media analyst Nate Schenkkan told Newsweek.
China has for the first time revealed its Arctic Policy. Will it follow Russia in bringing military power to the resource-rich region?
“It will be a very, very kinetic, physical, violent fight over some really, really tough ground, and everybody is going to have to be mentally prepared,” Marine Corps Commandant General Robert Neller said.
Neither Russian, Syrian nor U.S. forces have moved in to stop the Turkish invasion aimed at ousting Pentagon-backed Kurds from the enclave of Afrin.
China, Egypt, India, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria and Turkey were among those looking to get their hands on the S-400 missile defense system.
VTB Bank President and Chairman Andrey Kostin called the sanctions a “full-on attack” not only against the Kremlin but on all of Russian society.
"The Trump effect thus far has been overwhelmingly negative," two researchers behind the survey wrote after the U.S. fell two years in a row.
North Korea claimed millions visited the captured USS Pueblo, which lies on the Pothong River at the Victorious Fatherland Liberation War Museum in Pyongyang.
Other reports have put the figure as high as $300 billion, a potential jackpot for Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
"If I overstay and wanted to become a dictator, shoot me, I am not joking," Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said at an army base.
After ISIS was mostly defeated in the east, the Syrian military set its sights on rebel-held Idlib, while Turkey targeted U.S.-backed Kurds in Afrin, Aleppo.
North Korea said it was able to build nuclear bombs and intercontinental ballistic missiles because it trusts no one but itself.
Turkey and Syrian rebels have launched a joint operation against Syrian Kurdish forces, putting the U.S. and Russia in a difficult position.
China's long-term global economic and security goals fit in line with a victory for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
"War is not far from us," warned China's official military outlet.
North Korea believes reunification can only happen "By Our Nation Itself."
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said, "what the Saudis do...is certainly a betrayal of the Islamic Ummah and the Muslim World."
The State Department has classified these 11 nations as "Do not travel."
A Navy spokesman told Newsweek the U.S. had successfully held the fort down, but its Romanian allies may be struggling against the livestock invasion.