Already suffering heavy casualties in their fight against ISIS, the U.S.-backed Kurds are bracing for Turkish attacks “within a few days.”
Seoul's Defense Ministry said that the "inter-Korean field verification was held in a friendly atmosphere."
Iran's envoy to the U.N. accused the U.S. secretary of state of "fabrication, disinformation and evoking irrelevant criteria."
The president's staunch support of Saudi Arabia was undermined by his own U.N. ambassador.
Assad accepted the credentials of newly appointed ambassadors Tigran Gevorgyan of Armenia and José Gregorio Biomorgi Muzattiz of Venezuela.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blasted Russia’s decision to send nuclear-capable warplanes to Venezuela, while the Kremlin called the U.S. diplomat’s remarks “completely inappropriate.”
"We are builders of peace and not war," Venezuelan Defense Minister Vladimir Padrino said.
Chinese Senior Colonel Dai Xu said "we won't allow U.S. warships to create disturbance" and "should be ready to take over Taiwan."
North Korean Organization and Guidance Department Director Choe Ryong Hae, often described as Kim Jong Un's second-in-command, was included in the new U.S. sanctions.
Iraq and Syria both declared victory against ISIS late last year, but the jihadis have maintained a presence in the face of pro-government and U.S.-led airstrikes in the latter.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said "you will not be able to survive the debris of drugs, refugees and bombs and assassination" if U.S. sanctions hit.
Saudi Arabia reportedly singled out Jared Kushner, adviser and son-in-law of President Donald Trump, as part of a campaign to establish influence in the White House.
Russia's new stealth jet is reportedly set to be equipped with hypersonic missiles said to be invincible to all current defense systems.
The U.S. has reportedly quietly dropped its bid to criticize North Korea's human rights record, just as Washington and Pyongyang engaged in a historic peace process.
The U.S. alleged that Syria and Russia used tear gas in a "false flag" attack that came one day before border patrol used the substance at the border.
Security forces were set to send in a dozen VBRGs, which had previously been deployed in Kosovo and the Ivory Coast; each VBTG can carry a 7.62 mm machine gun, a 40 mm grenade launcher and a bulldozer-like blade.
As the U.S. threatened to end the INF treaty, Russia’s top diplomat said the White House was “preparing the grounds to destroy” the New START as well.
Experts say North Korean missile sites covered by recent reports have been long known to U.S. intelligence and that Washington and Pyongyang were still talking.
“The presidency is a God-given gift. I am sure God would not have given me the position if I was a b***s***,” Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte said.
Ecuadorian President Lenín Moreno said the U.K. has promised not to extradite wanted WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
The Peresvet laser complex was placed on experimental combat duty on December 1 after Russian servicemen underwent special training to use the weapon.
The U.S. Navy sailed near the Peter the Great Bay “to challenge Russia’s excessive maritime claims” a week after taking on China in the South China Sea.
General Kenneth McKenzie, President Donald Trump's nominee for CENTCOM chief, said the mission remained limited to defeating ISIS, despite statements from other officials.
Authorities identified a body as 36-year-old Carla Stefaniak, who recently went missing while on vacation in Costa Rica.
Senator John Kennedy said, “Prince Mohammed gave the order, or at least he knew about it, to butcher [Jamal] Khashoggi.”
Israel warned that Hezbollah’s alleged cross-border attack tunnels originated from a Lebanese site “that we are going to expose in the very near future.”
Peace talks for Yemen's deadly conflict were set to begin in Sweden, just as U.S. lawmakers were considering ending support for Saudi Arabia in the war.
The U.S.-led coalition claimed to have killed an infamous ISIS commander, but the Syrian government and activists said no.
Ukrainian commander Serhiy Nayev said that the “presumed enemy is Russia.”