"The DPRK can be considered the safest country in the world. As long as you have a basic common-sense and respect for the culture," the conference website claims. The U.N. disagrees.
"Instead of caving, Iran is moving step by step out of the nuclear deal and in recent months it hit six ships, attacked Saudi oil facilities and set fire to the U.S. embassy in Baghdad," Chris Wallace pointed out.
All 176 passengers and crew of a Ukraine International Airways flight to Kiev were killed when a Boeing plane crashed near Tehran.
The Obama administration sanctioned Soleimani in 2011 over his involvement in a plan to assassinate a Saudi diplomat in Washington, D.C.
North Korea has set an end-of-year deadline for U.S. officials to break the deadlock in denuclearization talks, or receive a "Christmas gift."
The former national security advisor said he does not think North Korea will ever voluntarily surrender its nuclear weapons, regardless of what Kim Jong Un tells Trump.
Special envoy Stephen Biegun said that any new weapons tests or provocations by the North would be "most unhelpful" with negotiations stalled.
The U.S. urged fellow Security Council members to "act accordingly" in response to threats or provocation from Pyongyang amid stalled denuclearization talks.
Reza Pahlavi, the exiled heir to the now-defunct Iranian throne, tells Newsweek that the bloody unrest in his home country can only be solved by removing the regime in Tehran.
Chris Van Hollen said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is being allowed to cozy up to Putin "with impunity."
Little of note has been achieved in the 18 months since President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un signed a vague agreement on denuclearization in Singapore.
At least six people have so far been killed in the unrest, which erupted last week over increases in the price of gasoline.
After nearly three decades, the U.S. is considering removing Sudan from its list of terrorist sponsor states after a change in government.
Pyongyang warned that the planned aerial drill will "throw a wet blanket" on struggling negotiations.
North Korea fired two missiles into the sea off its eastern coast on Thursday as denuclearization negotiations with the U.S. remain stalled.
The latest round of sanctions marks a sinister step toward eviscerating any remaining humanitarian exemptions.
Mevlut Cavusoglu said Turkey expects its allies to support the country's invasion of northeastern Syria, but that it is willing to stand up to threats and condemnation if necessary.
A previously sanctioned Russian company's investment in a Kentucky aluminum mill has been questioned in a letter published by U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) after concerns over the timing of the investment.
So far, Trump has held his fire, wary of igniting a much wider Middle East war that some supporters warn could sink his chances for reelection. But analysts say the region is headed for a major conflagration despite the president's restraint.
"Hong Kongers are fighting for freedom, fighting for democracy, fighting for human rights," a pro-democracy activist said. "These are values that the United States stands for."
Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said America's efforts "to topple the legitimate government" were in breach of international law.
Foreign Minister Javad Zarif gave an interview in New York City, where he is under tight visa restrictions, during a visit to the United Nations.
The man confessed to the sale, telling police: "I thought [North Korean beer] could be sold at a high price."
With Tehran's demanded sanction relief nowhere in sight, the United States must assume time is again running out to prevent a nuclear Iran.
Putin said it was "not possible" for Mueller to find evidence of collusion "because it simply did not exist."
The people never held to account for their warmongering in Iraq are now driving U.S. policy against Iran. They can't be allowed to drag us into another war.
Nearly all of the Iranian economy is now sanctioned, with little real effect. It's time for statesmanship and prudence, not chest-puffing and bellicosity.
"How can we start a dialogue with an administration who is threatening Iran?" asked Majid Takht Ravanchi.
Trump's freewheeling remarks to reporters came after the president made the last-minute decision to call off an approved airstrike on Thursday
"I firmly put responsibility on this administration and the president," California Representative Jackie Speier said.