"At President Biden's direction, U.S. military forces earlier this evening conducted airstrikes against infrastructure utilized by Iranian-backed militant groups in eastern Syria," Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby said in a statement sent to Newsweek.
Brown University's Stephanie Savell told Newsweek the president's "America is Back" rhetoric "is worrisome because it signals a potential return to a militarized status quo in which the US is exporting its militaristic approach and its weapons to many, many places."
The Pew survey found deep partisan divisions, with Republicans lacking confidence in the president on every major foreign policy issue.
While Singapore does not want to be party to any containment scheme against China, it remains keenly invested in maintaining U.S. military primacy in the region, said security analyst Collin Koh.
Ingrid Oliveira Bueno da Silva, 19, was reportedly stabbed to death by 18-year-old Guilherme Alves Costa after the pair met up to play Call of Duty at the teenager's home.
The head of U.S. European Command said America must win its contest with Russia and China to prevent "a global power war."
A court in Siberia sentenced mother and son Valentina Baranovskaya and Roman Baranovsky to two years and six years respectively.
Lawmakers from both parties proposed laws this week to counter Beijing's propaganda and pressure on American companies.
The U.S.S. Curtis Wilbur made the Navy's second Taiwan Strait transit under Biden on Wednesday, in a move showing Washington's "commitment to secure Taiwan against China's armed aggression," an analyst said.
An "awakening" to the challenges posed by Beijing has caused a shift in attitude in the United Kingdom, says Tom Tugendhat, chair of China Research Group.
A poll of Iranian citizens found that "about seven in ten (69%) thought Iran should not get involved in talks until the United States returns to the JCPOA and fulfills its obligations" as opposed to 28% who "thought Iran should immediately pursue a new nuclear agreement."
"The United States entered this war without a strategy and already left a mess behind," Afghan war refugee and former U.S. official Arash Yaqin told Newsweek. "But staying longer will mean more mess, more American casualties, and more Afghan deaths."
A Department of Defense spokesperson said Tuesday that Chinese coast guard actions near the Senkaku Islands risk "miscalculation" and potentially "material harm."
"There is no doubt that adherence to the agreement and its provisions will contribute greatly to ending the war and solving problems, because it was the result of tremendous efforts," Taliban spokesperson Mohammad Naeem told Newsweek.
This month's polling by a Taiwanese magazine showed just 60 percent of the island's population was in favor of taking any of the available COVID-19 vaccines.
Distraught family members were horrified to learn that their loved ones' remains could have plunged 160ft into the sea after the cliff-top cemetery collapsed on Monday.
Netanyahu has long led foreign opposition to the Iran nuclear deal, and was a major influence on President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the accord in 2018.
After Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi listed Beijing's demands for a reset of U.S.-China relations, former Trump administration adviser Miles Yu called the remarks "inappropriate" and "illogical."
Tabuk, in the mountainous north-west region of Saudi Arabia, sees snowfall on a yearly basis.
Iran's conservative-dominated parliament has made a legal complaint against Rouhani's government for agreeing a last-minute deal to secure international nuclear inspections.
One of the men held is a blogger with 2.5 million followers on social media site Weibo, which has suspended his accounts for a year.
The State Department on Monday dismissed Chinese grievances over U.S. remarks as Beijing's "tendency to avert blame."