Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that US President Donald Trump apologized to him over a violent clash that occurred in May between Turkish officials and protesters outside the Turkish embassy in Washington, DC. "I'm very sorry about that," Erdogan told Judy Woodruff of PBS Newshour in a clip released Tuesday. Show More Summary
The U.S. secretary of state said the situation is 'under review.' Video provided by Newsy
The Rohingya crisis led more thousands march on the Myanmar embassy in Bangladesh on Monday — but there's no end in sight for what a U.N. official has called "ethnic cleansing."
The Trump administration has withdrawn a proposal to let Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's security guards buy $1.2 million in U.S.-made weapons, a congressional official said Monday, following violence against protesters during Erdogan's visit to Washington this spring. Show More Summary
The Trump administration is considering closing the American embassy in Havana in response to mysterious attacks on American diplomats there. Experts say that would be a bad idea.
Officials meet Tuesday in D.C. to discuss attacks that by triggering range of injuries in Americans working at the U.S. embassy
COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (AP) — More than 10,000 Muslims in Bangladesh have marched toward Myanmar's embassy to protest the country's crackdown on Rohingya Muslims.
The U.S. is considering closing its embassy in Cuba after staffers suffered health problems the State Department blames on a mysterious sonic attack. “We have it under evaluation,” Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Sunday on CBS’s Face the Nation. Twenty-one staffers at the...
A top diplomat is among the Americans injured by a mysterious sonic device that posed health risks near the U.S. embassy in Havana, Cuba. CBS News Radio executive editor Steve Dorsey broke the story and has the latest.
"It's a very serious issue with respect to the harm that certain individuals have suffered," Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told CBS.
More than 10,000 Muslims in Bangladesh have marched toward Myanmar's embassy to protest the country's crackdown on Rohingya Muslims. More than 412,000 ethnic Rohingya have fled from Buddhist-majority Myanmar in … Click to Continue »
The official is among at least 21 Americans affected by mysterious attacks triggering a range of injuries
Bangladesh police braced Monday as more than 10,000 Islamist hardliners marched on the Myanmar embassy to protest against the violence driving the Rohingya Muslim minority out of the Buddhist-majority nation. A huge crowd of demonstrators...Show More Summary
At least 21 American diplomats and their families have been injured in a series of bizarre incidents.
American diplomats in Cuba are falling ill after a series of mysterious, vaguely identified, “health attacks.” Neither the U.S. nor the Cuban government has identified the cause of these attacks, which have left U.S. citizens in the diplomatic community with symptoms ranging from permanent hearing loss to brain trauma. Show More Summary
Closing the embassy would be the most dramatic action yet by the Trump administration to return the Cuba relationship to its Cold War deep freeze.
Here are the top stories for Sunday, September 17th: Four Boston University students are injured in an acid attack; UK police arrest a terror suspect; Tillerson considers closing Cuban embassy; Protests turn violent in St. Louis.
No one knows what's injuring US diplomats in Havana, not even (ostensibly) Raul Castro. And so Rex Tillerson said on Sunday's Face the Nation that the US government is considering closing the US Embassy there in response to this "serious issue," per the AP. "We have it under evaluation," the...
The United States may again close its embassy in Cuba, which reopened two years ago after a half-century stand-off, following a series of mystery "health attacks" on its diplomats, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Sunday. At least...Show More Summary