'We've beaten them badly': Donald Trump declares victory over Islamic State in Syria, orders US forces to return home
The Islamic State (IS) group has been "beaten" in Syria, US President Donald Trump declared Wednesday, as he confirmed his stunning order to pull American ground forces from the war-ravaged nation.
Syrian rebels captured over 40 people over suspicion of colluding with the government forces
Helsinki Summit: Donald Trump's pandering to Vladimir Putin could have its origins in a very sinister place
Donald Trump arrived in Moscow on Monday, following a vigorous couple of days of golf in Scotland, which in turn were preceded by a State visit to London and the NATO Summit that saw the US president lay down the law to his country's treat allies
Syria's Bashar al-Assad threatens force against US-backed Kurds, says Americans should leave the country
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has warned US-backed Kurdish forces he would not hesitate to use force to retake the third of the country they control
A participant of Cybercare’s STEP (Self-empowering Transition and Employability Program), Hasan has gone on to teach in a refugee school in Wangsa Maju. He teaches children like him to make a new life for themselves and think for their future.
Maintaining that Russian interference would not be tolerated, the White House said the onus lies with Russia as to what type of relationship they want with the US.
US President Donald Trump believes that the current situation in Syria is a result of the earlier policies under Barack Obama.
On Monday night the Russian ambassador to Turkey, Andrey Karlov, was assassinated in Ankara by a lone gunman who served as part of his security detail.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s diplomatic offensives in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Iran, plus India’s western neighbours Pakistan and Afghanistan are unusual exercises to set new terms and conditions for India’s engagement with the Persian Gulf
Global military spending rises to nearly $1.7 trillion amid West Asian conflicts: Sipri annual report
Global military spending rose in 2015 to nearly $1.7 trillion, the first increase in several years, driven by conflicts including the battle against the Islamic State group, the Saudi-led war in Yemen and fears about Iran, a report released on Tuesday shows.
The Russian air force deployed in Syria would start withdrawal from Tuesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said
In a call initiated by Kremlin, US President Barack Obama today spoke with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to discuss efforts to establish a nation-wide "cessation of hostilities" between the Syrian regime and its armed opposition, the White House said
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Tuesday met Syrian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Walid Al Moualem and discussed issues of bilateral interest.
Allies of Saudi Arabia followed the kingdom's lead Monday and scaled back diplomatic ties to Iran after the ransacking of Saudi diplomatic missions in the Islamic Republic, violence sparked by the Saudi execution of a prominent Shiite cleric
Israeli warplanes bombed a series of targets inside Syria the Israeli military said, in response to a cross-border attack that killed an Israeli teenager.
A mortar shell struck an election gathering in southern Syria for President Bashar Assad, killing a number of people.
Russia and China vetoed a resolution in the UN to refer the Syrian issue to the International Criminal Court. The US supported the resolution.
Iran has been invited to attend a meeting of foreign ministers in the Swiss city of Montreux on Wednesday ahead of internationally brokered peace talks between Syria's warring factions, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon said
US President Barack Obama has called up British Prime Minister David Cameron discussing a host of issues that included the Syrian crisis, Af-Pak situation