Iran has not officially weighed in on the case of missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi, but it has criticized U.S. support for Saudi Arabia.
Riyadh's state-run Al Ekhbariya outlet reported that 18 Saudi citizens have been arrested in connection with the death of Jamal Khashoggi.
The U.S. and Russia accused each other of violating the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces treaty—and John Bolton wanted out.
While U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin canceled one trip to Saudi Arabia, he's reportedly still scheduled to attend another event in Riyadh.
King Salman entrusted his son with running Saudi Arabia, but that may change with mounting evidence that the crown prince was involved in the death of a journalist.
President Donald Trump has gone to economic war with China, giving Russia a chance to further consolidate its ties to a fellow U.S. foe.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the U.S. and the Soviet Union had an understanding that “nobody can win a nuclear war and, for that reason, it cannot happen.”
An apparent insider attack struck the governor's palace in Kandahar, leaving a prominent police chief dead shortly after he met a top U.S. general.
A man from Russia's northern city of Severomorsk faces up to two years in prison after an ATM dispensed up to $2,000 instead of rubles.
Senior State Department official Heather Nauert posted an Instagram photo of her smiling, captioned "#SaudiArabia at The Royal Court."
"This week [they are] a brigade working for a friendly organization, next week they’ve joined up with one or another terrorist organization," the U.S. special envoy to Syria said.
The air force chief of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards says they "are in possession of equipment more advanced than those of Russia, France, China and Britain."
Culture Minister Vladimir Medinsky said rap may soon be recognized as a Russian form of art.
The Chinese military described disgraced military official Zhang Yang’s case as “extremely serious” with “extremely vile” influences.
Syria's top diplomat said that victories against ISIS in his own country and Iraq "will benefit all the countries of the region and the world."
President Donald Trump has refused to put at risk the United States' lucrative arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
Spreading fake news in Saudi Arabia could land you up to five years in prison, along with a fine of nearly $800,000.
Russia Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the U.S. is "illegally trying to create a quasi-state" for Kurds in eastern Syria.
The deals may be in jeopardy after local challenges emerged to two precarious international arrangements designed to avoid new violence.
The $110 billion figure cited by President Donald Trump describing U.S. weapons sales to Saudi Arabia was described as "fake news."
President Donald Trump said he only believed the polls in which he was winning: "Other than that, they're the fake news poll. Fake news. Fake news."
North Korea has long been critical of South Korea's dependence on the U.S. despite a historic warming of ties between Cold War-era foes.
U.S. Navy Admiral James Foggo said one of the exercise's messages was to "show NATO is capable of defending, it is capable of deterring any adversary."
China and Pakistan have reportedly signed a deal to jointly produce 48 Wing Loong II unmanned combat aerial vehicles.
Throughout her tenure, the former South Carolina governor oversaw the U.S. exit from major international organizations and agreements, often citing the administration's official line of prioritizing national security, American interests and unwavering support for Israel.
Journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a self-exiled Saudi journalist critical of his government, disappeared after entering Riyadh's embassy in Turkey.
"There is an understanding that this country, which is a U.N. member, has the right to choose its path," said Russia's deputy foreign minister.
The Rising Sun flag is a reminder of the Japanese empire's sweeping colonization and occupation of territories across the Asia-Pacific to many of the region's inhabitants.