The official Korean Central News Agency published a commentary Tuesday criticizing Japan's reported decision to boost regional cyber capabilities in its western district.
Russia has sent up to 25 warships and 30 aircraft to train in the Mediterranean Sea just as Israel prepares to celebrate three Jewish holy days.
Israeli warplanes reportedly attacked a site where Iran was trying to establish missile capabilities, according to reports.
Russia will mobilize up to 300,000 troops, more than 1,000 aircraft, around 80 warships and some 36,000 vehicles.
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A member of the Afghan National Police reportedly shot dead a U.S. soldier in a "green-on-blue" attack.
Brazilian President Michel Temer called the loss of much the National Museum's 20 million items "a sad day for all Brazilians."
Naa’imur Zakariyah Rahman, 21, plotted to bomb the gates of 10 Downey Street residence, kill the security guards and then assassinate U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May.
Up to 2 million civilians and opposition fighters await a Syrian military assault on the Islamist-held province of Idlib, a move championed by Russia and criticized by the West.
Reuters reported that Tehran was supplying missiles to Shiite Muslim militias in Iraq just a day after an Israeli satellite imagery firm alleged Iranian support for missile sites in Syria.
The defense secretary said the U.S. must support efforts so "the Syrian people can establish a new government that is not led by Assad."
After the U.S. defense secretary said Iran was "on notice," the Islamic Republic's top general warned any attacking forces would "pay a heavy price."
Russia has said the United States and its Western allies could amass the forces needed to attack Syria in just over a day, claiming they were preparing to do so under the false pretense of a staged chemical attack.
China, Cuba and North Korea have all been targeted by U.S. economic policy and may be looking to boost ties in the face of recent hostilities from the Trump administration.
China said that "a stable Pakistan-India relationship is of great significance to the peace and stability of the region and the peace and development of the world."
The Russian navy fired off grenades and machine guns in the Mediterranean Sea, where it says the U.S. is preparing to attack Syria under a false pretext.
State Department lawyer Jennifer Newstead argued that the Hague’s International Court of Justice could not compromise U.S. national security.
The Russian military is reportedly sending 10 ships and two submarines—with more on the way—near Syria in response to a suspected U.S. military buildup.
Russia and China used the Shanghai Cooperation Organization to rally some of Asia's biggest military powers in a show of force that may challenge the West's hold on the region.
The U.S. has twice attacked Syrian in response to reports of chemical weapons attacks, but Russia says the events were staged.
The U.S. says Chinese influence is bad for Africa, but South Africa and other countries are questioning what President Donald Trump has to offer.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said U.S.-led NATO was refusing to discuss easing increasing tensions. NATO disputed this.
"China is not an enemy, but it is certainly an adversary of the United States," the Pentagon said in a report released this week.
In a message purporting to be from that of ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the elusive leader calls on jihadis to "persevere."
South Korea appears to be outpacing its U.S. ally in trying to make peace with their longtime foe North Korea.