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We need to remember only Syrians can rebuild their country — no military action can do that.
The only way to end Syria’s brutal bombing of civilians is through diplomacy, which will now be even harder.
America must have the capacity to truly respond to security crises before they necessitate the deployment of troops and missiles.
The number of women joining military and police ranks across Africa is rising. As part of our “Women and Jihad” series, we meet the female peacekeepers i...
“Our revolutionary strong army is keenly watching every move by enemy elements."
Experts say the country's nuclear weapons tests are stronger than ever.
The move is strongly opposed by China.
The number of displaced is only expected to increase.
Corruption-plagued Veracruz, with a record number of murders and thousands of disappearances, reflects a worsening trend throughout Mexico.
It was not immediately clear if information from a controversial January raid contributed to Thursday’s strikes.
Sun Tzu writes that a battle is best won without fighting at all.
Such overt U.S. hostility towards Iran would be the nail in the coffin of any hopes to improve ties between the two states.
Any U.S. military response would likely trigger a regional war.
The findings estimate between 5,000 and 13,000 detainees were executed over a four-year period at Sednaya prison.
The bill's passage may only be largely symbolic as it contravenes Israeli Supreme Court rulings on property rights.
It was the first combat casualty of the Trump administration and its first operation in the war-damaged Arabian Peninsula nation against a powerful al Qa...
The Democratic Hawaiian congresswoman believes that the U.S. government is funding terror in the Middle East.
The decision came on the same day as the first phone conversation between Trump and Netanyahu since the inauguration.
An Israeli bus driver who witnessed the incident said on the radio the truck plowed into a group of soldiers, and that they fired on the driver, who reve...
Islamic State has continued to launch attacks in the heavily fortified capital.
It affects almost all aspects of their lives.
Russia announced the move, as the U.S. has been sidelined in recent negotiations.
Ankara will not budge on its opposition to Syrian President Bashar Assad staying in power.
But Damascus and Moscow ― whose warplanes launched the vast majority of such assaults ― still deny that hospitals are being targeted.
The U.S. vetoed a similar measure in 2011.
The president-elect apparently upended years of careful planning.
Rebels currently control the city, meaning that it could be the next target for the government.
After three years under siege, children in Eastern Ghouta are forced to steal and beg for their survival. To make matters worse, those who are caught are...
Amr Shayah, an aeronautical engineer with a degree from the University of Aleppo, explains the potential benefits of using steerable, GPS-enabled parachu...
The evacuation of civilians was a condition for the Syrian army and its allies to allow thousands of fighters and civilians trapped in Aleppo to depart.
The besieged city fell to government forces this week.