The Iraqi military's official Security Media Cell reported Monday that "a short time ago, three Katyusha rockets fell on Camp Taji," an Iraqi base where U.S. troops are stationed.
The world's population—currently at about 7.8 billion people—would rise to 10.9 billion by the year 2100, but then would essentially stop growing.
"If they wrongly enter into a conflict, they would be very sorry about that," said Iranian ambassador to the U.K. Hamid Baeidinejad warned.
Mohammed Morsi was toppled by a military-backed coup amid more mass protests in 2013 and arrested on various charges.
As a trade war looms with the U.S. and nuclear negotiations slow, Xi Jinping is making his debut visit to North Korea, shortly after Kim Jong Un's recent trip to Russia.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and White House national security adviser John Bolton "have called for regime change in Iran" and may still want it.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani courted both Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin in a bid to fend off unilateral pressure from the U.S.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Moscow's ties with Tehran were "multifaceted, multilateral" and his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani said they were "becoming more urgent every day."
Russia saw it as "a sign of preparation for subsequent large-scale deployments" and said it "cannot fail to take this into account in its defense planning and practical activities."
The International Crisis Group warned that the series of attacks in the Gulf of Oman "highlights how regional tensions and prospects for conflict—intended or accidental—are on the rise."
President Donald Trump simply said his "beautiful letter" from North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un was "very personal, very warm, very nice."
"Using methods of blatant blackmail and intimidation, the U.S. seeks to force other countries to curtail legitimate trade and economic ties with Iran."
Though Japanese Prime Minister Abe Shinzo was absent from high-level talks in his own region, he has a vested interest in trying to resolve a heated dispute in the Middle East.
The Lowy Institute's Herve Lemahieu told Newsweek that "dynamics within the old Cold War blocs have been reversed" and "Beijing and Moscow have put old antagonisms to rest" to challenge Washington.
President Donald Trump frequently reminds us that "all options are on the table" in enforcing U.S. policy, could that lead to war in Iran, North Korea, Syria, Ukraine or Venezuela?
"It is of fundamental importance that Russia and the United States calm the rest of the world and adopt a joint declaration at the highest level that a nuclear war cannot be won."
Donald Trump said that "North Korea has tremendous potential" and that supreme leader Kim Jong Un "totally gets it."
Arctic cooperation is one of few fields in which the U.S. and Russia have maintained communications, but it's also a major venue for tensions between the top two military powers.
"Under most scenarios, short of war, the United States is unlikely to halt the narrowing power differential between itself and China," the Lowy Institute's 2019 Asia Power Index found.
Senator Bob Menendez said he was "disappointed, but not surprised, that the Trump administration has failed once again to prioritize our long-term national security interests or stand up for human rights."
Previous reports suggested the main responsibilities of about 1,500 additional U.S. troops would be "defensive in nature."
President Donald Trump threatened “the official end of Iran” in a tweet days earlier.
Despite Norwegian and U.S. denials, the Globus-II radar previously served in a role related to missile technology and was once revealed to be pointing toward Russia.
Trump won’t get far unless he “moves away from maximalist demands and demonstrates that he can be a credible partner in diplomacy,” said Arms Control Association’s Kelsey Davenport.
Senator Chris Murphy told Newsweek that “the intelligence does not say Iran is taking action unilaterally without regard to previous American decisions.”
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro said the talks had a “peaceful agenda,” but national security adviser John Bolton said “his exit” was “the only real solution.”
“#WeHaveTheWatch,” the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) tweeted.
Half of those asked also disapproved of President Donald Trump's strategy toward Iran, and up to 61 percent still backed the 2015 nuclear deal he pulled the U.S. out of.
The official Korean Central News Agency published a commentary Tuesday castigating Biden, who "dared to blaspheme our dignity in the election campaigns."
Iran’s top diplomat said his country was not interested in escalation, but Iranians “will defend ourselves” and such an escalation would mean “painful consequences” for both sides.