Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi "stressed the importance of Iraq not being an arena for settling conflicts, or a springboard for aggression against any of its neighbors" during a meeting with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.
President Joe Biden's latest military action exposes the hot mess otherwise known as Washington's Middle East policy.
In the absence of the ability to remove them, airstrikes against Iranian weapons trafficking and its drone bases amount to the only way to keep Tehran in check.
"U.S. Forces in Syria, while under multiple rocket attack, acted in self-defense and conducted counter-battery artillery fire at rocket launching positions," U.S.-led coalition spokesperson Army Colonel Wayne Marotto said.
Iraq's National Security Council told Newsweek it has "expressed its strong condemnation and censure of the American bombing that targeted a site on our border with Syria" and "is studying resorting to all available legal options to prevent the recurrence of such attacks."
Omar has been criticized previously for speaking out against attacks against Iran, and has condemned U.S. sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
"The targets were selected because these facilities are utilized by Iran-backed militias that are engaged ... against U.S. personnel and facilities in Iraq," the Pentagon stated.
"Reducing cooperation on migration to a financial dimension is a big delusion," the country's Foreign Ministry said.
Russia deployed fighter jets to Syria for drills in a show of force amid high tensions with Britain.
"Without cross-border access, more Syrians will die," warned U.S. Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield.
The president was talking about how the United States and Russia can work together to help the people of "Libya."
The missiles targeted central and southern regions in the country and didn't result in any casualties, according to Syrian state media.
"We want the U.N. to bring food to starving children and protection to homeless families. We want the U.N. to be able to deliver vaccines in the middle of a global pandemic," U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Linda Thomas-Greenfield said.
The head of the international chemical weapons watchdog reported that out of 77 allegations against Syria making or using chemical weapons, 17 of those cases were likely. Russia claimed factual and technical errors and acting under pressure from Western nations.
Jens Spahn said that he was not pleased that Syria was confirmed for a spot on the World Health Organization executive board, amid decades-long war the Syrian government waged against dissenters.
The rigged election in Syria caps off the dictator's victory in a bloody decade-long battle to retain power.
Syrian Parliament Speaker Hammouda al-Sabbagh announced Thursday that the incumbent Assad had won 95.1% of the vote, or 13,540,860 ballots, figures likely to be met with skepticism from opposition figures and Western powers that have derided the race as a sham.
"The Assad regime's so-called presidential election is neither free nor fair," U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said.
"The Israeli governments and arrogant Israeli leaders must understand that these attacks cannot continue with Israel not paying a price," said Syrian Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad in an interview with Lebanon-based Al-Mayadeen TV.
"We welcome any resistance against the Israeli occupation wherever and whenever it is carried out," a Hamas spokesperson told Newsweek.
"I think that all the countries and different terror organizations, of course led by Iran, that surround us, they look at this conflict, and they want to learn," an Israel Defense Forces official told Newsweek.
It's probably naïve to hope that our 24-hour news channels could find a renewed interest in the world beyond America's borders.
Rocket fire from Syria marks the third front in which Israel has faced hostilities since the eruption of conflict with Palestinian fighters in the Gaza Strip, a battle with ramifications across the Arab and Muslim world.
Russia said the U.S. convoy had taken a route "without prior notice" as friction over deconfliction efforts grows between Washington, D.C., and Moscow.
Rear Admiral Marc Aussedat, the head of a task force that features the Charles de Gaulle nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, said reconnaissance flights are being carried out to help French forces on the ground observe the Islamic State and that weapons will be used if needed.
Russia's embassy in Washington tweeted that the U.S. presence in Syria was "primarily illegal."