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Israel warned Iran it won’t tolerate Hezbollah arms factories in Lebanon

Israel has stepped up its diplomatic efforts to curb Hezbollah’s military activities in Lebanon, Israeli media reported. Israel has reportedly sent messages to Iran in the past few weeks through a number of European countries that have diplomatic relations with Tehran, warning that it would view with severity the establishment of arms production facilities […]

Russia is at a dead-end in Syria

Russia is struggling and failing to find a way out of the Syrian quagmire.

Erdogan: Ultimatum 'against international law'

Turkish leader criticises list of demands presented by Saudi-led countries that cut ties with Qatar and prompted crisis.

Ex-communists pocket cash benefits in Thai amnesty deal

Final payouts made as part of agreement with government that led to the surrender of 80,000 party members in 1980.

Deadly car bombing kills Syrian civilians in Idlib

Attack in country's northwest comes as Assad government announces release of 672 detainees from Damascus prison.

UN: Yemen faces world's worst cholera outbreak

WHO says more than 1,300 people have died and as many as 300,000 could become infected by the end of August.

Albert's world: Living with autism

US military families with autistic children fear for the future as a programme that provided respite care is cut.

Haftar forces make gains in Libya's Benghazi

Heavy fighting reported as UAE-backed renegade general's LNA advances on last holdouts of fighters in central Benghazi.

At least 123 killed in tanker fire near Bahawalpur

Local residents collecting fuel from overturned vehicle on national highway in Ahmed Pur Sharqia burnt alive.

100 die in Pakistan as oil truck flips and flames engulf residents who'd come for leaking fuel

A Pakistani official says more than 100 people have been killed after an oil truck overturned and burst into flames Sunday. After the truck flipped, the fire from the oil spill engulfed scores of residents who had rushed to collect leaking fuel. Another 50 people have been seriously injured. Dr....

Russia Claims Its Armata Tank Has Three Times the Range of American Armor

Jared Keller, Task and Purpose Security, Europe Moscow is showing off some of its newest tanks features. Russia’s next-generation battle tank can reportedly out-stick the American armor in a heartbeat — and it’s coming to battlefields...Show More Summary

Why the World Should Fear Iran's Missiles

Kyle Mizokami Security, Asia They could do a lot of damage. This week, the Islamic Republic of Iran followed the lead of Russia and the United States in using long-range missiles to carry out attacks in Syria. The launch of six Zulfiqar short-range ballistic missiles at targets in Syria highlighted Iran’s missile program. Show More Summary

How Hitler's Submarine Force Planned to Crush America's Economy during World War II

Warfare History Network History, Europe German U-Boats ravaged allied shipping in American coastal waters during Operation Drumbeat. On December 9, 1941, Grand Admiral Erich Raeder, the commander of the Kriegsmarine, lifted all restrictions on German naval attacks against American vessels by his surface and submarine fleets. Show More Summary

Here's an Inside Look at the Navy's Newest High-Tech Stealth Destroyer

Sarah Sicard, Task and Purpose Security, The U.S. Navy is highlighting some of its new ship’s cutting edge additions. There’s no denying that the Navy’s newest destroyer, the USS Zumwalt, looks sleek is hell on the outside, and watching...Show More Summary

Trump-Modi: Steak meets dahl for US-India first date

Aides bill upcoming meeting between Modi and Trump as a chance to strike up a friendship, but will it all go smoothly?

Eight detained over Colombia shopping mall blast

Four women and four men arrested in connection with a bombing at a Bogata mall that killed three people last weekend.

Yemen to probe alleged torture of detainees; U.S. senators ask for inquiry

Yemen's internationally recognized government on Saturday ordered the creation of a committee to investigate allegations of human rights violations after reports that U.S. military interrogators worked with forces from the United Arab Emirates who are accused of torturing detainees in Yemen. A...

Albanians prepare to vote in crucial test of EU hopes

The ruling Socialists and rival Democrats seek an outright majority in Sunday's general election to implement EU plans.

Venezuelan president's opponents lay siege to air base

As new protests flare, a war of words breaks out between Caracas and the head of the Organization of American States.

Crisis in the U.K. as more high-rise buildings fail fire safety tests

Twenty-seven high-rise apartment buildings in the U.K. have siding that failed fire-safety tests, British authorities revealed Saturday. Officials scrambled to evacuate four public housing buildings Friday night after experts said they were unsafe. This comes 10 days after at least 79 people were killed in a fire at Grenfell Tower in west London. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

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