The simple assumption that “no ground troops” means no risk is not the case.
Ukraine's general prosecutor said it will charge Stalin and Lavrenti Beria over 70-year-old crimes, and is still investigating the mass starvation of 1932-33.
Soldiers killed 114 civilians, raped countless women and attacked funerals in a recent offensive, according to a U.N. report.
Russian dissidents and Kremlin-critics discuss Putin’s future and Moscow is not happy.
The WikiLeaks founder will stay in the embassy until the U.K. clarifies whether it has received an extradition request from the U.S., his attorney tells Newsweek.
The arrangements appear to fit a pattern, whereby people close to the president benefit from contracts, loans, grants or assets from state enterprises.
He sang in front of the Trumps at the “Make America Great Again!” welcome celebration.
The 93-year-old president has already inspired countless roads, dubious statutes and a school of intelligence to 'combat the West.'
Attorney General Jeff Sessions had declared Assange's arrest a "priority" for the Trump administration
Only 56 percent of Jewish Israelis view Trump as pro-Israel, down from 79 percent in January.
Macron, a newcomer to international diplomacy, put counter-terrorism at the top of his security priorities during the election campaign.
The weekly service links Vladivostok and the North Korean port of Rajin and is aimed at Chinese tourists.
Japan and China have long been at loggerheads over the tiny, uninhabited islands, called the Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China.
"We are not increasing our role in the Syrian civil war. But we will defend our troops," said U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis
Parliament will now have to vote on the proposal before the current sitting ends next month.
Officials have stolen $15 billion in federal defense funds, resulting in an army that is ill-equipped and unprepared.
Trump’s speech on Islam promises a variety of opportunities for misunderstanding.
No leader can guarantee Russia won't use lethal weapons against NATO countries.
Poroshenko cites Russian cyberattacks around the world.
The prime minister and the leader of the opposition refused to join TV debates, making the election result seem more of a foregone conclusion than ever.
New videotape emerges of the Turkish president apparently watching the brawl from inside his car.
Brexit negotiations with the European Union are set to begin in earnest after the U.K. election, which Conservative Theresa May is likely to win.
Jewish rebels fought a heroic last stand against the Roman army inside the walls.
Donald Trump became the first sitting U.S. president to visit the holy site, after a fraught diplomatic lead up to his trip.
Japan's cabinet is tweaking laws ahead of the first abdication in 200 years, but it's unlikely to touch on the thorny subject of male-only succession.
Ex-soldier Joshua French was convicted of murder, attempted murder and espionage by a Congolese court.
The winner will be a front for the deep state—the ayatollahs.
Miri Regev’s dress emblazoned with the contested city's skyline turned heads at festival’s opening, leading to viral mock-ups.
Both North Korea and the U.S. are preparing for attacks as tensions between the two countries continue to escalate.
Concerns about the ambitions of Iran has brought the sides closer together.