In the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir, specifically the Pulwama district, a suicide bomber rammed a vehicle with explosives into a convoy carrying Indian paramilitary forces.
Nigerians go to the polls on Saturday to choose their next president in an election some Christian observers call a “matter of life and death,” as ongoing violence prompts activists to call for the appointment of a U.S. special envoy to the country.
In defending Bashar al-Assad, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has lost all credibility, if she ever had any, to discuss human rights and to define America’s national security interests.
A new report by Israel’s Ministry of Strategic Affairs makes clear what fair-minded people should already know: the BDS movement is not social justice or political activism; rather, it is an attack on Jewish sovereignty.
The framework of the U.S.-Taliban peace deal is likely to fail, and it should raise questions and skepticism rather than optimism.
Federal authorities arrested a 21-year-old Georgia man on Wednesday who they said was planning to attack the White House.
In any war, the enemy gets a say in when the fighting stops. The Islamic State made clear on Wednesday that it is not done fighting the United States, nor the wider civilized world.
The ISIS terror group continues to disseminate radical propaganda aimed at motivating jihadi sympathizers of the group across this globe, despite the militant group’s near destruction in key Middle Easter territories.
CAIRO, Egypt—In a speech aimed at reshaping the course of the Middle East under President Donald Trump, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo rallied Arab nations across the region to galvanize against the Iranian regime and play a greater role in annihilating terrorist forces.