General Robert Neller told troops in Europe that times have changed and "maybe we need to change something."
U.S. Central Command confirm "multiple ground operations" by American forces in the country.
On Wednesday, Mexico's health regular announced plans to permit the sale of cannabis-based foods, drinks, medicines and cosmetics in the market.
Whatever the historical context, most of the Kremlin's agents "have always been true servants of the state and patriots," the former KGB officer said.
Did North Korea violate international law?
The EU cannot afford to become indifferent to threats to the rule of law among its members.
The exercise, known as Warrior Strike IX, simulated infiltrating the hermit kingdom.
Preparations must be made to minimize the impact of the predicted disaster, the nation says.
The remains of the AE1, which vanished in 1914 with 35 crew on board, have been located near Papa New Guinea.
Two men have been arrested at the scene of the crash.
The U.S. is becoming increasingly unhappy, according to the latest edition of the annual World Happiness Report.
Western European cities dominate Mercer's annual Quality of Living survey. The top U.S. city comes in at 34th.
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The high-end performance cars on show in Geneva range from the hundreds of thousands of dollars to more than $18 million.
The U.S. does have a history of controversial medical experiments elsewhere.
South Korea's dronebots will be operated by a team targeting North Korea's nuclear and missile sites.
A U.K. charity has installed a vending machine for homeless people, and hopes to install two machines in New York in February.
The president threatened to cut financial aid to any nation that votes against the U.S. at the United Nations.
The 32-year-old faces charges of drug trafficking under the country's strict drug laws.
British security services said Trump's policy on torture, if enacted, would "pose difficulties for the U.K.-U.S. intelligence relationship."
During its long tenure, Cosmos 1346 reportedly tapped into transmissions from the Falklands War in the 1980s.
A couple were instantly divorced in a Sharia court in Syria when a representative for the male repeated 'talaq' three times.