Today, terrorist group Hezbollah effectively controls Lebanon.
The terrorist group Hezbollah is currently in effective control of Lebanon.
President Trump issued a very important, and perhaps under-appreciated, executive order this week on religious liberty.
Alabama GOP Rep. Mo Brooks said the U.S. "better dadgum well" ask for quid pro quo when giving aid to foreign countries.
Former White House National Security Adviser John Bolton was among several alarmed administration officials who urged President Trump to release the nearly $400 million in funds to Ukraine, officials said.
The president made the claim as migrant caravans from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador head toward the U.S. border.
"Every time someone comes from a certain country, we're going to deduct a rather large amount of money from what we give them in aid," President Donald Trump said.
Akinwumi Adesina tells Newsweek that the U.S. must continue its support for Africa to stop militants thriving.
Kenya's health ministry has been at the center of a massive corruption scandal and nationwide doctors strike in recent months.
Joseph Boakai, who is running to succeed Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, says his country cannot continue "living on handouts."
Several Republicans express concern over reports of a possible one-third reduction in funds earmarked for overseas initiatives.
White House officials say the speech will include some gestures toward unifying a country polarized by a bitterly fought election and divided in the early days of his presidency.
The United States spends just over $50 billion annually on the State Department and foreign assistance, compared to $600 billion or more each year on the Pentagon.
All-female pop group Yegna were granted funds to build a media platform online.
It is unclear how much of the $7 billion Obama pledged has actually been spent
A new campaign is harnessing popular Internet video clips in a bid to encourage donations to foreign aid agencies.
The UN and aid organisations have warned of devastating food shortages in the war-torn state, calling for a swift international response
Increasing the national debt was cited as the reason for blocking emergency aid to Israel