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Russian Military Could Force The U.S. Out of Syria, Army Official Says

Special Forces head General Raymond Thomas said that, while the U.S. may wanna stay, Syria was a sovereign state and its government backs Russia.

Russian Lawyer Who Met Trump Jr. Represented Kremlin's Security Services: Report

Natalia Veselnitskaya has denied she represented the Kremlin but court files obtained by Reuters say she once represented the interests of the security services.

Duterte Rejects Trump's Invitation to White House: 'I've Seen America and It's Lousy'

Duterte’s comments followed Representative James McGovern’s promise to lead a protest against the Philippine leader because of his human rights record.

Climate Change: U.K. Slams Trump for 'Walking out When the Heat Is on'

'It’s our planet too and America needs to know we can only resolve this problem together,' the U.K.'s environment minister says.

U.S. to Ban North Korea Travel, Otto Warmbier Tour Company Says

President Trump has been steadily ramping up his rhetoric against North Korea.

Russia's Military Challenges U.S. and China By Building a Missile That Makes Its Own Decisions

The U.S., Russia and China are all looking to surpass each other with military innovations such as missiles and drones that use artificial intelligence.

Russia’s New Military Plan Calls for Defense Against the U.S. Across the ‘World Ocean’

The policy foundation released by the Kremlin sees a "series of governments" including the U.S. seeking marine domination at Russia's expense.

ISIS Leader in Germany, the 'Preacher Without a Face,' Charged With Terrorism Offenses

Abu Walaa is believed to be linked to the attacker who plowed a truck into a Berlin Christmas market in December.

Watch: Jerusalem Attackers Smuggle Weapons Into Holy Site Before Deadly Ambush

The three gunmen killed two policemen at the holy site, leading to the introduction of controversial metal detectors.

After Russia Military Threat, Sweden and U.S. Hold Massive Missile Drills

U.S. and allies will take part in a marquee drill in neutral Sweden, practicing defense against a “larger, sophisticated opponent.”

Russian Senator Praises Trump for Backing Kremlin in Syria by Cutting Ties to 'Moderate' Rebels

President Donald Trump has long opposed U.S. support for Syrian rebels, which both he and Russia have accused of harboring links to jihadist groups.

U.S. Missile Needed In Face of Russia Fears, Says Lithuania

Poland has already agreed to purchase the system, while Sweden will be next to experience it first hand in a joint drill with U.S.

North Korea’s Next Missile Test Could be Launched From a Submarine

A North Korean submarine has been detected 62 miles inside international waters, raising fears the state could be preparing for an underwater launch.

U.S. Military Must Leave Iran's Borders And Stop Calling Us Terrorists, Revolutionary Guards Say

Angry at sanctions and terrorism accusations, the leader of Iran's elite Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps said U.S. troops faced "a big risk" in the region.

A Possible Saudi Arabian ‘Coup’ Made New Crown Prince Future King, Report Says

The sudden royal family shake-up was reportedly brought on by "pressuring" deposed crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef.

What the People Want: Boaty Mcboatface Legacy Lives on in 'Trainy Mctrainface' Engine

Sweden—true to its liberal reputation—has a more enlightened attitude toward the will of the people than Britain.

North Korea Could Attack U.S., But General Says Kim Jong Un's Missiles Are Unpredictable

The U.S.' second-highest ranking military official said the U.S. is "clearly" within range of North Korea's latest missile, but questioned the weapon's accuracy.

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