The Afghan government's control over the war-torn country has "deteriorated," but the U.S. refuses to show how badly local forces have suffered.
Russia's president accused mysterious forces of extracting Russians' "biomaterials" and some took him seriously.
This marks the first time the F-35A Lightning II has been deployed in the region.
North Korean spies are telling defectors to come home.
North Korean media outlets are reporting unprecedented drills in the country ahead of President Donald Trump's visit to South Korea.
With the exception of George W. Bush, every president since Ronald Reagan has made at least one stop to the DMZ.
When it comes to eruptions, everything is unpredictable.
A marketing firm in Tokyo is trying a new approach to entice its workers to put down the coffin nails and get to work.
The DF-26 "Guam Killer" is China's first nuclear-capable ballistic missile that could reach the U.S. territory already threatened by North Korea.
This represents one of the largest-ever mobilizations of police in Japan.
Scientists have reconstructed the appearance of a woman who was accused of witchcraft.
Tata now seems to be trying to punish the Mistry family with a legal manoeuvre that would reduce their voting power.
The censorship push comes amid a strengthening of Chinese patriotism following the re-election of Xi Jinping to a five-year presidential term.
Manafort lobbied on behalf of pro-Putin Ukrainian President Yanukovych without registering as a foreign agent.
The attack was the second attempt this year from Russia’s mostly Muslim Chechnya region to slay the man that Russia has accused of plotting to kill President Vladimir Putin.
The heir to the British throne also honored first responders to the attack on an Ariana Grande concert in May.
After a 23-year-old woman went missing, Tokyo police traced her possible death to a suburban apartment with a suspicious smell.
The 2012 attacks resulted in the deaths of four U.S. personnel and became a debate flashpoint during the 2016 election.
The event has been arranged by Dutch anti-Islam leader Geert Wilders and Flemish nationalist Filip Dewinter.
The Iraqi government is seeking to regain authority of the region's borders and absorb its security forces into the Iraqi military.
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The methods used were similar to other attacks attributed to North Korea.
Kremlin media is claiming the "Satan 2" missile will be powerful enough to nuke an area the size of Texas or France.
Four U.S. Green Berets were killed in the October 4 attack blamed on ISIS-affiliated militants.
South Korean and Chinese scientists worry that a collapse at the mountain could trigger a radiation leak.
Taiwan is well armed, but has been pushing for sales of more advanced equipment.
If Saudi Arabia develops nuclear energy, will it fuel instability?
Clinton echoes British politicians' concerns that President Donald Trump is setting LGBT rights back.
Hirofumi Yoshimura said the American city should "treat this issue with careful consideration."
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