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.
Russia and Iran are united in their support for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, but the U.S. is looking to split the Moscow-Tehran alliance.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said Europe must create a new system for financial transactions that excludes the U.S. in order to help Iran.
Russia’s top diplomat said U.S. sanctions were not about Syria or Ukraine, but “to promote an absolutely hopeless policy of containing the Russian Federation.”
While touring a medical factory, North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un "said he cannot but be very concerned about and disappointed by the bad situation."
North Korea warned its U.S.-backed neighbor that letting foreigners decide their fate was "tightening the noose of subordination around the necks of Koreans."
A recent CNN report claiming a U.S.-built bomb killed dozens of children earlier this month in Yemen has provoked outrage toward the Saudi-led coalition.
The U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces are set to take on the last ISIS stronghold in Hajin, but how the ongoing talks with the Syrian government will affect this remains a question.
The U.S. secretly backed both Iran and Iraq in their 1980s war. Their current alliance now spells trouble for American policy in the Middle East.
North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un called the Wonsan resort a “long-cherished idea” that also served as “an acute standoff with hostile forces.”
The U.S. welcomed $100 million of Saudi Arabian aid, but Syria said it was a "flawed decision" as Russia and Iran doubled down on their own assistance.
After meeting the man who abused her under ISIS captivity, Ashwaq Ta’lo said she “decided to return to Kurdistan and never go back to Germany.”
U.S. sanctions on Turkey have effectively split U.S. policy in the region.
Russia and China have sought to expand their ties in the wake of what they consider an aggressive U.S. foreign policy.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said his country "must overcome this division for our survival and prosperity" ahead of his first trip to Pyongyang.
Far from making a comeback, Syria's former Al-Qaeda affiliate awaits a devastating government offensive on the country's last rebel-held region.
The 2019 National Defense Authorization Act gives the U.S. military 180 days to evaluate whether its forces know the languages of top rival nations.
Do U.S. military bases make the Asia-Pacific a safer place, or are they raising the prospects of war?
France, Germany and Turkey have little leverage left as Russia seeks to secure international support.
U.S. Central Command said a Marine colonel was "unable to conclusively determine if" the incident was intentional or accidental.
Once a staunch supporter of efforts to overthrow Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, France is working with Russia to deliver humanitarian aid.
China claimed the disputed Spratly Islands as its own and told a U.S. Navy spy plane flying over to "avoid any misunderstanding."
Russia's envoy to Argentina said he had "information indicating that terrorists probably consider using Latin America for their criminal goals."
Iran's threat to shut down the Strait of Hormuz is unlikely to be carried out, but it would prompt a spike in oil prices and potential U.S. military intervention.
Russia and China are investing in naval power, and the U.S. military officials aren’t happy about it.
The self-proclaimed Libyan National Army and Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthi movement have both asked for Russian military intervention.
Russia argued that Saudi Arabia had "the sovereign right to decide" how it conducted its domestic affairs, and need not listen to a "moral superior."