A photo of the Russian leader's meeting with Mike Flynn has resurfaced in the wake of the U.S. general's guilty plea in the Russian interference probe.
A State Department spokesperson said South Korea, Japan and the 16 United Nations Command members would take part.
The Pentagon says Russia caused violent turbulence, but Moscow's former air force deputy commander says the U.S. should not have been in the Black Sea.
Morales described sanctions the U.S. imposed on Venezuela as “new threats.”
"Donald Trump was sitting practically next to me," Dmitry Medvedev boasted.
Trump's "bad year" has left the Russian media, which once tore into his opponent, lambasting him for his "total collapse."
Both Trump and the Kremlin say a sit-down in Vietnam is being planned for next week, after the first meeting in the summer stoked controversy.
The 2,752 users include handles posing as local news titles, activist groups and political commentators.
Taiwan is well armed, but has been pushing for sales of more advanced equipment.
An unidentified defendant in the investigation is set to be detained on Monday.
Writer and graphic novelist Saladin Ahmed noticed the picture on a Corn Pops box and tweeted the cereal company.
Flanked by a uniformed general, Kim Jong Un's impersonator called out the U.S. president outside his Manhattan headquarters.
Since seizing Crimea from Ukraine, Russia has reinforced military assets in Black Sea waters around it and is now building its first land link to the territory.
The former president agrees with Trump on media harshness and the NFL protests, as he puts himself forward to work with the White House.
The U.S.-based MegaBots team challenged Japan's Suidobashi to the "world's first giant robot duel."
American startup MegaBots hopes to turn piloted giant robot fighting into a profitable sports league.
Eight allies showcased NATO's smart defense concept, where one ship neutralizes a ballistic threat while others rush to its defense.
As Donald Trump continues to recklessly handle North Korea, a humanitarian crisis in the South American nation could pose a larger problem for the U.S.
The accusation is the latest sign of rising tensions between Moscow and Washington.
Washington is trying to use its influence to end the diplomatic impasse in the Gulf.