Idlib is the last significant rebel-held area in Syria, and since December has come under a renewed offensive by regime troops supported by their Russian and Iranian allies.
Trump is expected to unveil his peace plan alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Washington, D.C.
Bolton left the administration under a cloud in September, but fresh details from his forthcoming book are now undermining Trump's impeachment defense.
Stanley Kao—Taiwan's top diplomatic representative to the U.S.—told Newsweek that China's system of government would never be accepted by the Taiwanese people.
Sidney Zoltak, 89, said he is worried about global indifference towards hateful politics and modern genocides.
Agi Geva, 88, survived concentration camps, slave labor and death marches after being taken from her home in Hungary.
A book by President Donald Trump's former National Security Advisor John Bolton reportedly includes details of alleged conversations about withholding military aid to Ukraine.
Academic Brynn Tannehill said that the U.S. does not exhibit some of the key signs of pre-genocide society, but that the country's political trend is deeply concerning.
Twitter users voiced frustration at the tactics employed by Republican senators, seeking to block new witnesses.
The incident occurred in the contested South China Sea, where the U.S. military conducts "freedom of navigation" operations in waters claimed by Beijing.
Graham—a loyal supporter of President Donald Trump—was pictured praising the Democratic impeachment manager and shaking his hand.
The president also said it would not be good to have someone testify who had left his administration on bad terms.
Blackburn appeared to break the rules of the Senate trial by giving an interview while her colleagues were in the chamber.
The president has long complained that the European Union is taking advantage of the U.S., and said at Davos that the bloc will be forced to accept a new trading relationship.
The Washington Post reported that the Trump administration is considering blocking possible public testimony from former National Security Advisor John Bolton on national security grounds.
The New York congresswoman said most Americans have no interest in foreign wars but have been dragged along by a "powerful and concentrated class" that controls U.S. politics.
The European Saudi Organisation for Human Rights' 2019 report warned that the Saudi government's suppression of human rights "shows no signs of stopping."
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei suggested Washington does not want his regime's "religious democracy" to succeed.
James Mitchell and Bruce Jessen designed the "enhanced interrogration" program used against detainees during the initial stages of the War on Terror.
Sergey Lavrov accused Washington and its allies of trying to establish a new world order "based on rules they created themselves."
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei told worshippers in Tehran on Friday that the strike against American targets in Iraq should be considered a "day of Allah."
Benjamin B. Ferencz, 99, said he "cannot stay silent" on what he termed the "murder" of the influential Iranian commander.
Representatives for the multinational International Coordination and Response Group set out a five-point framework for cooperation with Iran to investigate the destruction of a passenger jet near Tehran last week.
The New START treaty expires in 2021, and the Trump administration is yet to announce whether it intends to renew.
Russia's entire government—including prime minister Dmitry Medvedev—resigned abruptly on Wednesday, after Putin addressed the nation.
Reza Pahlavi said U.S. lawmakers must set aside their differences and establish a bipartisan, pro-democracy agenda on Iran.
Both the U.S. and Iran have justified recent military action as self-defense, but neither has provided evidence to prove it.
The president has criticized past administrations for not keeping control of valuable Iraqi oil fields conquered by the military.
James L. Jones said the president should not listen to the "appeasers" who want to return to "normal business."
Canada, Ukraine and the U.S. have all demanded that Tehran pay compensation to the families of those killed when Ukraine International Airlines flight 752 was shot down last week.