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Russia Accuses US of Using Banned White Phosphorous In Syria Bombings

Russia on Sunday accused the United States of carrying out bombing using white phosphorous in eastern Syria against military targets in civilian areas, which is banned under international law.

US Probes Claims Pharma Giants Aided Iraq Insurgency

US investigators are probing claims AstraZeneca and other medical giants that worked with the Iraqi government between 2005 and 2009 provided drugs and supplies that would go on to be used to fund terror attacks.

Syria: Air Strikes on Last ISIS Pocket Kills 26 Civilians

Twenty-six civilians were killed in air strikes Friday on areas controlled by the Islamic State jihadist group in southern Syria's Daraa province, a war monitor said.

Israel and Hamas Agree to Ceasefire

Gaza’s Islamist rulers Hamas and Israel agreed to a ceasefire early Saturday, a spokesman for the Palestinian party said, after five people including an Israeli soldier were killed Friday.

Israeli Hits Dozens of Gaza Targets After Mortar Barrage

Israel said it hit dozens of military targets in Gaza on Tuesday in response to a barrage of mortar and rocket fire from the strip's Islamist rulers Hamas and allies Islamic Jihad, in the worst flare-up since a 2014 war.

US to Impose “Strongest Sanctions in History” on Iran, Said Pompeo

 US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday warned Tehran would be hit with the "strongest sanctions in history" and cautioned European firms against continuing to do business with it, toughening up Washington's policy line after its withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal.

Putin Urges Restraint in Phone Call with Netanyahu

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday called on Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu not to take any action that could further destabilise the situation in Syria, following Israeli strikes against a regime military base on Monday.

Trump Says Talks With North Korea’s Kim In ‘May Or Early June’

President Donald Trump said Monday he plans to meet with North Korea's Kim Jong Un next month or in early June, indicating a historic summit between the Cold War rivals is still on track.

Pentagon Weighs Military Response After Syria ‘Chemical Attack’

With global outrage mounting over an alleged chemical attack on a rebel-held town in Syria, the Pentagon on Monday weighed its options for a retaliatory strike.

Pope Francis Calls for End to Carnage in Middle East in Traditional Easter Message

 Pope Francis on Sunday called for an end to "carnage" in Syria and "reconciliation" in the Middle East in his traditional Easter message.

Britain Shared “Unprecedented” Intelligence Over Spy Attack

Britain shared "unprecedented levels" of intelligence about a spy poisoning it blamed on Moscow, which has led at least 25 countries to expel Russian diplomats, a senior UK government official said Tuesday.

Russia Promotes Theory of Election Sabotage in Scribal Poisonings

As the finger of blame points at Russia over the poisoning in Britain of former double agent Sergei Skripal, alternative theories are being promoted in Russian media outlets, ranging from a plot to sabotage the country's upcoming presidential election to an attempt to ruin its hosting of this summer's football World Cup.

Donald Trump Renews Trade Threats Against China, South Korea

President Donald Trump on Tuesday renewed a threat of retaliatory action against two major Asian trading partners, warning of sanctions against China while vowing to revise or scrap a free trade deal with South Korea.

Trump Says ‘No’ To Taliban Talks After Wave Of Attacks

President Donald Trump on Monday ruled out quick talks with the Taliban, following a wave of bloody large-scale attacks in the Afghan capital Kabul.

China, Russia Slam US ‘Imperialist’ And ‘Cold War Mentality’

China and Russia on Tuesday decried President Donald Trump's first National Security Strategy -- which pilloried both nations as challengers to US power -- as a "Cold War mentality" with an "imperialist character".

Terror Charges Filed Against New York Subway Bomber

The United States on Tuesday unveiled federal terrorism charges against the Bangladeshi driver who detonated a bomb in a New York subway passageway, after allegedly being inspired by the Islamic State group and self-radicalizing as early as 2014.
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