Russia warned that "U.S. military action in Venezuela is not an abstraction, but a possible reality that is admitted in Washington." China echoed similar concerns about Cuba.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's highly anticipated report reveals a five-point plan passed by Russian Direct Investment Fund CEO Kirill Dmitriev to a confidant of Jared Kushner.
In the 1960s and 70s, the U.S. and U.K. forcibly expelled the population of Diego Garcia, an island now used as a military base thousands of miles off the coasts of Africa and Asia.
Venezuela’s political and economic crisis has led to a massive uptick in cocaine-carrying flights.
Russia has expanded its reach in Africa with a new nuclear deal in Ethiopia and sought further plans with Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
"A criminal plan is underway to attack Venezuela militarily!" Venezuelan Vice President Delcy Rodriguez tweeted.
“It’s not a matter of friendship,” former North Korean soldier Oh Chong Song said, not blaming his ex-compatriots for shooting him five times as he fled to South Korea.
China argued it was "maintaining peace and stability," while the U.S. condemned any move that "destabilizes the region and threatens stability in the Taiwan Strait."
"Such behaviors are really beneath their dignity," China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson said. "Mr. Pompeo might as well take a break."
The West's way of doing things is "losing its attractiveness and is no more viewed as a perfect model for all," Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.
Shifts of power in North Korea give rare indications as to who wields clout in the notoriously secretive state.
"Maduro and his cronies ought to know that President Trump is very serious when he says all options are on the table," national security adviser John Bolton said.
Exit polls are too close to call, but Arabs and Palestinians were not hopeful of any good outcomes on an issue that has become increasingly partisan in the U.S. as well.
The presence of Russian, Chinese and Iranian planes in Venezuela has outraged the U.S at a time when it was looking to unseat the socialist-led Latin American country's leader.
Troops of the self-proclaimed Libyan National Army have reportedly secured parts of Tripoli, run by a U.N.-backed government in danger of collapse.
Pakistan’s military also showed four alleged Indian air force missiles with their seeker heads intact, warning Islamabad had “more truth to share” to refute New Delhi’s claims.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said only a day ago that "the United States has its responses being prepared" to the 100 Russian military personnel who arrived late last month in Venezuela.
Russia doubts a U.S. report alleging that Iran was behind the deaths of 608 U.S. troops in Iraq and pointed to the hundreds of thousands of civilians killed since the 2003 invasion.
Syria and Venezuela said they faced the same enemy, as Russia supports them in the face of U.S.-led regime-change efforts.
Russia’s top diplomat felt it was “insolent” for the U.S. to warn only Western countries could be involved in the West when the Pentagon maintained more bases abroad than all other countries combined.
Turkey said its purchase of the S-400 defense system was “a done deal” as China and India also signed purchase agreements. Saudi Arabia and Qatar were among those looking to buy it as well.
A new poll finds that 49 percent said the U.S. "should pay less attention to problems overseas," while 44 percent said it was "best for the future of our country to be active in world affairs."
The U.S. said that “floods once again show the level of Iranian regime mismanagement in urban planning and in emergency preparedness” weeks after flooding ravaged the Midwest.