"Our region is on the edge of collapse, as a single blunder can fuel a big fire," Rouhani warned fellow Middle East leaders.
Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger and Florida Rep. Michael Waltz both had tough words for the commander in chief after he invited Taliban leaders to Camp David.
Negotiators are reportedly close to an initial agreement that will open dialogue between the Taliban and the Afghan government with a view to ending almost two decades of conflict.
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Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro said the talks had a "peaceful agenda," but national security adviser John Bolton said "his exit" was "the only real solution."
Israelis, both right and left, are much less optimistic that peace lies in our immediate future.
"The Palestinian leadership has been attacking a plan" when they "don't even know what it is," said senior White House adviser Jared Kushner.
European leaders say the the EU must continue to support a two-state solution for Israel and Palestine regardless of what the Trump administration's Middle East peace plan looks like.
"President Trump likes Chairman Kim and he doesn't think these sanctions will be necessary," the Sanders said.
The U.S. appeared to harden its stance toward North Korea after their latest summit produced no deal. Now Pyongyang may be following suit.
"I produce whatever real ideas come into my mind, even if I go to prison for years," Rajabian said.
Chinese General Wang Weixing argued that if reunited with Beijing, Taiwan would retain significant political, economic and diplomatic independence.
Investigators say the animals are being held in freezing water and cramped pens.
"Vietnam stands ready to share its experience in national construction, socio-economic development and international integration," an offer that may interest North Korea's Kim Jong Un.
"Pushing back" on Iran is key to solving the region's problems, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said.
Jason Greenblatt, President Donald Trump's Mideast envoy, said, "We are speaking about these matters in public via Twitter so the public can understand everyone's positions."
By hosting direct talks with the Taliban, a former U.S. ambassador to Kabul said, "We have ourselves delegitimized the government we claim to support."
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said, "Peace is a complete restoration of territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine, nothing else."
The drafted framework is tentative but appears to be the closest the parties have come to reaching an agreement to end a 17-year war that has killed tens of thousands.
New York Times story details Trump's process of showing off his "beautiful letters" from North Korea's supreme leader.
While North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un has followed a "very clear" strategy, President Donald Trump is a "wild card," experts said.
Seoul's Defense Ministry said that the "inter-Korean field verification was held in a friendly atmosphere."
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.
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.
North and South Korea have both destroyed 10 guard posts on the demilitarized zone, hoping to reduce tensions and work toward peace.