Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says it's time to back opposition leader Juan Guaido amid deep divisions and fierce resistance from Russia.
The five foreign ministers—minus U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo—of the countries that signed the 2015 deal on curbing Iran's civilian nuclear enrichment program are set to meet in Vienna.
The leaders of Russia, Iran and the Hezbollah group in Lebanon say the Western attack has damaged prospects for a political settlement to the country's seven-year conflict.
Strife breaks out in a number of countries, and a Gaza man is killed by Israeli gunfire, the first death of a protester since the U.S. change regarding Israel's capital.
Treasury official Marshall Billingslea says both countries "must do much more" to implement and enforce sanctions.
Russia will ask the Security Council to send peacekeepers to eastern Ukraine, a development greeted by Germany as a new opportunity for detente.
German officials continue to investigate the incident, but they have not found any leads on the driver of a truck that crashed through a crowded marketplace at high speeds Monday night.
In a New York Times op-ed, the former president also urges Obama to let the United Nations condemn Israeli presence on Palestinian land in the West Bank.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon spoke out this week in an address to the U.N. Security Council against Israel’s policy of stealing Palestinian land in the West Bank and building ever more squatter homes in occupied Palestine.
At the Davos World Economic Forum, the Israeli leader insisted that the U.N.-Iran nuclear deal had made his country less secure and that it must therefore get tens of billions extra in military aid from the U.S. And that wasn't all.