It's too soon to say, but in retrospect, we may be able to confidently judge that President Joe Biden's February move shortened the overall length of Yemen's strife, or at least shortened U.S. participation.
The Taliban is now believed to control about half of the 400 provinces in the country.
Benny Gantz said Saturday that a New Yorker report which said Netanyahu encouraged Trump to action against Iran was likely "not what happened."
Siddiqui and the Afghan officer were killed as fighting in the region over border crossings intensified.
But system is still to slow to catch Russia's 6,000 mph "unstoppable" Zircon nuke which is reported to have a top speed of between Mach 6 and Mach 8.
"We want it to be an operation in which everyone says they have taken revenge on the Americans," Abu Alaa al-Walae said.
For the good of Tigray, Ethiopia, the East Africa region and the world, we ask Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to work toward a political solution as fast as possible.
President Joe Biden's recent appearance at the G7 was intended to project a renewed United States commitment to human rights abroad, but it's not clear that he's prepared to abandon the old song and dance for tougher measures.
Until lawmakers stop providing the executive branch the benefit of the doubt about when and where to take the nation to war, inter-branch disputes on this issue will continue for a long time to come.
Congress rarely links poverty to militarism, but that's about to change.
Friday's remarks mark the first time Modi has specifically referred to the coronavirus' grip over India's countryside since the second wave emerged in February.
San Diego employers are struggling to find workers to return to work post-pandemic. Some restaurants have hired theater performers to fill the staffing shortage, while others have had to increase their hourly pay to convince employees to stay.
Hisaye Yamamoto's writing explored topics related to the intersection of gender, race, and ethnicity.
Department of Home Affairs Secretary Mike Pezzullo's statements came on Australia's day of national remembrance, known as Anzac Day, and amid growing tensions in the Asia-Pacific region regarding China and Taiwan.
Medvedev penned an op-ed in a Russian paper that was highly critical of the U.S. president.
"Does Ukraine want war? No. Is it ready for it? Yes," Zelensky said during a Tuesday address to his nation.
The democratic island is one of the flashpoints where the simmering U.S.-China confrontation could escalate into open conflict.
The latest deadly shipwreck marks a growing issue from the country—last month, at least 55 migrants were found dead off the coast of Libya.
Afghans should support the current U.S. peace plan.
The proposed memorial would be established on the National Mall near to similar commemorations.
Ahead of a proposed withdrawal U.S. troops from Iraq and Afghanistan by mid-January, national security adviser Robert O'Brien says president wanted "to put a stop to America's endless wars."