President Donald Trump has gone to economic war with China, giving Russia a chance to further consolidate its ties to a fellow U.S. foe.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the U.S. and the Soviet Union had an understanding that "nobody can win a nuclear war and, for that reason, it cannot happen."
The air force chief of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards says they "are in possession of equipment more advanced than those of Russia, France, China and Britain."
The Chinese military described disgraced military official Zhang Yang's case as "extremely serious" with "extremely vile" influences.
U.S. Navy Admiral James Foggo said one of the exercise's messages was to "show NATO is capable of defending, it is capable of deterring any adversary."
Confidence in President Donald Trump was rated lowest among world leaders from China, France, Germany and Russia.
Russian foreign minister says his country is trying to distance itself entirely from the U.S.-dominated international financial system and urged others to do the same.
Despite their recent differences, China and North Korea are united in their opposition to U.S.-backed Japan's recent military actions.
Hurricane Florence made landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, on Friday morning
"It's important for people to know this is no ordinary storm and customers could be without power for a very long time—not days, but weeks."
When the government failed to bring electricity to Puerto Rican communities, activists stepped in with anarchistic flair.
"Half the time I wish I was partnered with somebody that was actually on my side."
Russia will mobilize up to 300,000 troops, more than 1,000 aircraft, around 80 warships and some 36,000 vehicles.
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.
"China is not an enemy, but it is certainly an adversary of the United States," the Pentagon said in a report released this week.
The mercenaries are back, with a twist.
Turkey is on the brink of a social breaking point, but its president is still winning elections, experts told Newsweek.
Russia and China have sought to expand their ties in the wake of what they consider an aggressive U.S. foreign policy.
Far from making a comeback, Syria's former Al-Qaeda affiliate awaits a devastating government offensive on the country's last rebel-held region.
Do U.S. military bases make the Asia-Pacific a safer place, or are they raising the prospects of war?
The self-proclaimed Libyan National Army and Yemen's Iran-aligned Houthi movement have both asked for Russian military intervention.
China wants to join Southeast Asian countries for regular war games that don't include the U.S., according to a draft document seen by the AFP.
Russia's top diplomat said Moscow "will be provided with information about the schemes harbored by the militaries of both the U.S. and other Western countries."
Operatives are installing malware that could give them remote control of parts of the country's power network.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad called Russia "a great power" that "has a duty to the whole world."