The Trump administration imposed sanctions on the Chinese military on Sept. 20 for buying fighter jets and missile systems from Russia, in breach of a sweeping U.S. sanctions law punishing Moscow for meddling in the 2016 U.S. election.
Angela Merkel’s government on Tuesday removed domestic spy chief Hans-Georg Maassen from office, transferring him to a different post to defuse an explosive row over immigration and the far right that once more rocked the German chancellor’s fragile coalition.
China Tuesday announced tariffs on US goods worth $60 billion in retaliation for President Donald Trump’s decision to slap duties on $200 billion in Chinese products next week.
This is the story of a slain Turkish Cypriot man who helped his family find his body with a fig seed in his stomach that grew into a tree.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said he wanted to produce a “big outcome” as he began three days of summit talks on Sept. 18 with South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in aimed at rekindling stalled nuclear diplomacy.
The United States welcomes any “sincere effort” to reduce violence in Syria, a State Department official said on Sept. 17.
Russia’s Ministry of Defense said on Sept. 18 that the Syrian military had accidentally shot down a Russian military plane over Syria, but said it blamed the incident on Israel, the RIA news agency reported.
Russia on Monday released fresh information to back its claim the missile that downed a Malaysia Airlines flight over war-torn Ukraine in 2014 was fired by Kiev’s forces.
The Iraqi government has decided to deploy guards to its border with Turkey to prevent any breaches from happening, a statement from the Prime Minister’s office said.
US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis arrived in Skopje Monday to back a ’yes’ vote at this month’s referendum on Macedonia’s name change and counter what he called "Russian influence" against the move.