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Putin said victims are ‘inevitable’ when he was questioned about hundreds of thousands of civilian deaths in Syria
Russian President Vladimir deflected questions about Russia's involvement in Syria's civil war, where rights groups say at least half a million people have been killed. During an interview with with Fox News Channel host Chris Wallace, Putin said casualties of war are "inevitable."
North Korea reportedly pushed $1 billion nuclear blackmail to Israel — and it shows Pyongyang’s real threat
President Trump insists that North Korea isn't a threat anymore. But even if North Korea doesn't detonate its nuclear weapons, Kim Jong Un could sell these weapons of mass destruction to states, or terrorists, that may use them.
The Uran-9 couldn't operate as far away from its controllers as expected, had problems firing its 30mm gun, couldn't fire while moving, and more.
ISIS is trying to make a comeback by creating chaos with assassinations — the same tactic it employed before it rose to power 5 years ago
ISIS remains a threat in the Middle East and a new report from the Soufan Center warns it's attempting to make a comeback by resorting to a tactic it employed back in 2013 when it was still known as Al Qaeda in Iraq (AQI): the targeted assassinations of Iraqi security personnel.
These photos of US troops hammering ISIS in Syria and then playing baseball are straight outta ‘Apocalypse Now’
In early June, the US Army released a dozen photos showing the base and the troops firing artillery to help the Syrian Democratic Forces fighting ISIS. Later, the Army released photos of the troops playing an improvised game of baseball as dusk sets in and smoke clouds billow in the background.
Russia is seizing on a GOP trip to Moscow to carefully craft its narrative ahead of the Trump-Putin summit
A large delegation of Republican lawmakers met with Kremlin officials this week in an opaque series of meetings in Moscow, and the lack of transparency gave Russia an opportunity to drive its own narrative of US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin's upcoming summit.
While the world's safest countries tend to be highly developed nations in the west and in eastern Asia, the most dangerous places are concentrated in Africa and the Middle East — where poverty and war create a highly unstable mix.
Looking at photos of Aleppo, Syria, before and after the Battle for Aleppo is a sobering reminder of the catastrophic consequences of the conflict as the Syrian civil war continues.
The US is pulling out all the stops ahead of a highly anticipated Trump-Putin summit, but Putin may eat Trump’s lunch anyway
The US came out of the North Korea summit with few victories and at least one major concession. Foreign-policy experts anticipate the same outcome from President Donald Trump's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin next month — including a possible rollback of sanctions.
President Donald Trump's national security adviser John Bolton once said Russia's election meddling was an "act of war" against the US and that the US could not trust Russia. He changed his tune completely after meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.