The former South Carolina governor, who has vowed to stay in the nomination race through Michigan and Super Tuesday, has shown her party to be deeply divided.
As the Russian military launched its offensive on the eastern Ukrainian city of Avdiivka last fall, Ukrainian troops noticed a change in their tactics as column after column of Russian forces were ravaged by artillery fire. Russian forces divided their infantry formations into smaller units to avoid being shelled, while the amount of Russian airstrikes increased to hammer the city’s defenses. It was one of several adjustments the Russians made to help reverse their fortunes after a disastrous fi
Former president won yet another state – but relatively poor numbers in the suburbs left a path of attack open to his challenger
At least 20 per cent of respondents support Michelle Obama as leading choice if Biden drops out
In this article, we look at the 11 countries with the best military special forces in the world. You can skip our detailed analysis on the most formidable and well-trained units a country can boast and head over directly to the 5 Countries with the Best Military Special Forces in the World. The concept of […]
In the first meeting of the third session of the 15th Parliament, Malaysia's Agong was blunt about the need for political stability in Anwar Ibrahim's government.
China's former foreign minister Qin Gang, who has been missing from public view since June last year, has resigned as a member of the national legislature ahead of a key political set piece event, according to an official statement. The statement, issued after a meeting of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, said Qin has not been not dismissed or expelled from the NPC. His resignation as a deputy has been accepted by the Tianjin People's Congress, it added. Do you have ques
New pictures have shown the extent of the damage to the Rubymar, a British-registered cargo vessel, after it was hit by a double rocket attack by Houthi rebels in Yemen.
Civilian and emergency service vehicles are experiencing frequent GPS issues in regions close to Russia.
Masikryong Ski Resort hosted a group of tourists from North Korean ally Russia.
For Swedes it means a dramatic change of national identity, while the alliance gets greater control of the Baltic Sea
Hong Kong has axed three major property transaction taxes in a bid to revive the depressed housing market, finance minister Paul Chan said in his annual budget speech Wednesday.Hong Kong had already reduced stamp duty last October in a bid to revive the market, but the reception had been largely muted.
Terrence Bradley says he was only ‘speculating’ about a relationship that now threatens an election interference case in Georgia
US Army generals say that artillery, drones, electronic warfare, and long-range strikes in Ukraine show what they've got to prepare for.
Russia claims its forces have captured another town in eastern Ukraine after a series of battlefield victories.
‘American Woman’ by Katie Williams lays bare new details of the domestic discord behind the 45th presidency
President Vladimir Putin’s fiercest political foe died while serving a prison sentence earlier this month
‘Unless the party coalescences around one person, she will win,’ pollster says as survey sees Boebert far ahead of pack
Potential conscripts fear they could be forced to carry out atrocities or be used as human shields by the military
At a distance of over 20 years, you would be hard pressed to find someone who still believes in either of the lies presented by the CIA to justify the 2003 invasion of Iraq. It has been made abundantly clear, from scholarly research, investigative reporting and terabytes of archival leaks, that Saddam Hussein had neither direct ties to Al-Qaeda’s attacks on September 11 2001 nor an active programme to develop weapons of mass destruction (WMD).