President Donald Trump will have to override his advisers if he wants to make good on a campaign promise to abandon the Iran nuclear agreement, according to former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton, who published a draft proposal for exiting the accord on Monday.
The new leader of Hamas said Monday the Palestinian terrorist group has repaired relations with Iran after several years of strain and will use restored military and financial aid to face down hostilities with Israel.
At least 49 civilians were killed in Yemen over a two-day span last week after separate airstrikes by the Saudi Arabia-led coalition struck residential neighborhoods around the capital of Yemen, according to international human rights groups.
U.S. Navy ship collisions in the western Pacific may have killed more American troops so far this year than the war in Afghanistan, illuminating critical readiness challenges facing the military branch.
The Islamic State is conscripting men in Iraq and Syria to fight against U.S.-led coalition forces amid a sharp decline in the flow of foreign fighters as the militant group faces mounting defeats, according to the coalition’s deputy commander.
Mohammad Javad Zarif, the foreign minister of Iran, warned that an upcoming trip to Vienna by U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley to discuss Tehran’s nuclear activities with international atomic watchdog officials goes against the spirit of the landmark nuclear accord.
The Trump administration will place new pressure on Pakistan to stop providing safe haven to terrorists as part of a broader Afghanistan strategy update announced Monday night.
NATO-backed Afghan forces will continue operations against the Taliban until the Islamic group surrenders its arms and yields to the internationally recognized government, headed by President Ashraf Ghani, a U.S. military official said.
The governor of Guam, the U.S. territory in the crosshairs of a North Korean missile threat, is confident the tiny island has all the military defense capabilities needed to shield against an attack by the Kim Jong Un regime.
The United States on Thursday identified an Islamic State bomb maker who crafted several of the explosives used in the 2015 attacks in Paris, as well as the coordinated suicide bombings in Brussels last year, the State Department announced.