As Syrian President Bashar Assad’s fight against Islamic State draws to a close, violence has exploded in other areas, threatening an even broader confrontation among regional and world powers.
The Trump administration is reportedly going into the Iraq reconstruction conference in Kuwait with no plans to help pay for the effort.
If Russia was involved, it may be a sign of Vladimir Putin’s determination to assert the prerogatives of his nation's sphere of influence in Syria.
“Iran seeks to use Syrian territory to attack Israel for its professed goal of destroying Israel,” Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu said, vowing that his country would do “whatever is necessary" in defense.
“We are not criminals. We are refugees,” the asylum seekers outside the Rwandan Embassy in Israel chanted, calling on Rwanda not to cooperate with Israel's plan to deport them to that country.
In today’s climate of budget-busting “defense” appropriations, isn’t it finally time for Americans to apply a little logic to our disastrous pattern of war-making?
Iraq confirms that American troops are leaving but says the movement doesn't mark the beginning of a complete withdrawal of U.S. forces.
The revelation that militants were operating in a western district of Kabul follows a recent series of attacks that have killed nearly 200 people and wounded hundreds more.
Donald Trump stated during his campaign that he wanted Guantanamo to remain open and to "load it up with some bad dudes," but has not yet sent a new detainee to the facility.
Turkish troops and allied Syrian fighters' offensive to root out Kurdish fighters in northern Syria has entered a second week.