NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Russia is "now weaker politically, militarily, and economically" since before it invaded Ukraine.
Israel and the US are reportedly discussing how to exile thousands of Hamas terrorists from the Gaza Strip as a way of shortening the war in the territory.
Tsai Ing-wen says economic, financial and political challenges overwhelm Xi Jinping’s government, with international pressure also a deterrent
The titan of American foreign policy was complicit in millions of deaths — and never showed remorse for his decisions.
The former president declined to help the California congressman survive a vote to remain in control of the House. The latter didn't take very kindly to the slight
Ukraine’s SBU security service carried out an overnight explosion on a key rail route between Russia and China, law enforcement agencies told NV on Nov. 30.
Donald Trump has been accused of using his company’s funds to pay his tax and legal bills, in breach of a court ruling that requires him to notify a financial auditor before withdrawing cash.
A Russian general has reportedly been blown up by a landmine along the front line in Ukraine.
As remote Arctic crossing points are shut, officers say they plan to stick to the job in the glare of a geopolitical spotlight
A lawyer for Trump told prosecutors she warned him he could face charges by failing to comply with a subpoena in the documents case, ABC News reported.
A 35-year-old resident of Odesa was detained for filming Ukrainian air defense repulsing the massive Russian drone attack on Nov. 5 and posting it on his TikTok page, the Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) reported on Telegram on Nov. 29.
Russia's birth rates have been falling for decades, and the war in Ukraine has made it worse.
Five high-ranking Russian army officials were killed during a meeting in the Nov. 28 strike on a building in the temporarily occupied village of Yuvileine, Kherson Oblast, Ukraine’s National Resistance Center reported on Telegram.
A Russian soldier pleaded for supplies and said his regiment suffered 1,000 deaths in just 10 days in Donetsk, according to a video shared by Ukraine.
Ukrainian forces executed amphibious raids to retake oil and gas platforms, capturing a radar, helicopter-launched rockets, and other "trophies."
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov faced Western critics while attending international security talks Thursday in Northern Macedonia, where he blamed “NATO’s reckless expansion to the East” for war returning to Europe. Lavrov arrived in Skopje to attend meetings hosted by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. The diplomats of several OSCE member nations, including Ukraine, boycotted the event due to Lavrov's planned attendance amid Russia's war in Ukraine.
Ten Russian military personnel were allegedly killed in an explosion at a training ground near Rostov-on-Don, with 15 others injured, Russian publication DonDay claimed on Nov. 30.
Chinese bankers have been told not to show off their wealth as the country’s economy loses momentum despite government stimulus.
DEIR AL-BALAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — Israeli fighter jets hit targets in the Gaza Strip minutes after a weeklong truce expired on Friday, as the war with Hamas resumed in full force. Black smoke billowed from the besieged territory and Israel dropped leaflets over parts of southern Gaza urging people to leave their homes, suggesting it was preparing to widen its offensive. Renewed hostilities heightened concerns for the about 140 hostages who remain in Gaza, after more than 100 were freed as part of the truce.
Russia's new division in Ukraine will "likely be poorly trained and is unlikely to meet the erstwhile elite standards of the VDV," the UK MOD said.