Iran designates US forces 'terrorists' for killing general

Iran designates US forces 'terrorists' for killing general

U.S. denies Iran's Zarif a visa to attend U.N.: U.S. official

U.S. denies Iran's Zarif a visa to attend U.N.: U.S. official

NATO tells Iran to avoid 'further provocations'

NATO tells Iran to avoid 'further provocations'

Iranians mass for funeral in hometown of general killed by US

Iranians mass for funeral in hometown of general killed by US

FM Qureshi urges diplomatic channels to defuse US-Iran tensions

It will be disastrous and Pakistan will also face repercussions if a new war starts in the region.

Another war on border will be dangerous for Pakistan: Bilawal Bhutto

Bilawal Bhutto demands that the new Army Act passes in a democratic manner.

End of US malign presence in West Asia has begun: Iranian FM

Do you still want to listen to the clowns advising you on our region?" Javad Zarif asked Trump

Saudi calls for calm after 'dangerous' US-Iran escalation

Saudi Arabia and UAE, both allies of Washington, are vulnerable to Iranian counter strikes.

US-Iran war will have serious repercussions for Pakistan: Khawaja Asif

"People are reaping their own seeds now", said Khawaja Asif

Gen Soleimani's death 'will bring darker days' for the US and Israel, says daughter

She said that even the name of Qasem Soleimani is frightening the den of the Zionist regime.

Regional peace at stake due to Indian govt's RSS-ideology: PM Imran

Imran Khan said Indian government’s brutalities had exposed the Indian democratic claims.

PM Imran, FM Qureshi review situation amid US-Iran conflict

FM Qureshi, PM Imran discussed matters pertaining to the current situation in the region.

Pakistan will refrain from being party to US-Iran conflict: Qureshi

Qureshi termed the current situation in Mideast as grave.

Trump warns Iran of 'major retaliation,' threatens sanctions on Iraq

Donald Trump warns Iran of 'major retaliation,' threatens sanctions on Iraq.

Gen Soleimani killing: Iran will hit US 'military sites', says top official

Brigadier General Dehghan said that Iran would not seek war with the US.

Iraq parliament demands US troop ouster after Soleimani killing

Ties have deteriorated after an American precision drone strike on the Baghdad international airport

Pompeo sees 'real likelihood' Iran will try to hit US troops

We think there is a real likelihood Iran will make a mistake.

FM Qureshi telephones Iranian, Saudi, Turkish, UAE counterparts amid rising Mideast tensions

Iraq’s foreign ministry summoned the US ambassador on back of repeated US air strikes on its soil.

Mourners flood Iran city as top general's remains return

Soleimani was killed in a US drone strike Friday near Baghdad airport, shocking the Islamic republic

Iran army says US lacks 'courage' for conflict after Trump threat

Iran army says US lacks 'courage' for conflict after Trump threat

Mourners pack Iran city as top general Qasem Soleimani's remains return

Mourners pack Iran city as top general's remains return

Karachi: Police, Rangers directed to enhance security of US, Iranian consulates

Karachi: Police, Rangers directed to enhance security of US, Iranian consulates

Britain's navy to escort UK-flagged ships through Strait of Hormuz

Britain's navy to escort UK-flagged ships through Strait of Hormuz

American strike in Iraq prompts anti-war protests in U.S. cities

American strike in Iraq prompts anti-war protests in U.S. cities

Thousands in Iraq mourn top Iranian general killed by U.S.; rockets fired in Baghdad

Thousands in Iraq mourn top Iranian general killed by U.S.; rockets fired in Baghdad

White House gives lawmakers formal notice of Iraq strike amid complaints from Democrats

White House gives lawmakers formal notice of Iraq strike amid complaints from Democrats

Missiles hit US high-security enclave, troops' Iraq base following Soleimani's killing

The Al-Balad base, north of Baghdad, was hit by Katyusha rockets, security sources said.

US deploys troops, Iran vows 'revenge' after Soleimani death

"We did not take action to start a war," said Trump, adding: "We do not seek regime change."

Sirajul Haq terms US-Iran tensions WWIII warning

JUI-F Senator urged Islamic countries to play their role in de-escalating the tensions.

Pompeo telephones COAS, informs about US action to kill Qasem Soleimani

He said the US will protect its people and its interests.

How the world is reacting to US killing of top Iran general

Qasem's assassination was praised by Trump but elsewhere there were warnings of the danger.

Trump says Soleimani should have been killed 'many years ago'

He said Soleimani has killed or badly wounded thousands of Americans over an extended period of time

War in already volatile region is in no one's interest: Shireen Mazari

Shireen Mazari said that the US attack was regarded as an act of war by Iran.

Pompeo says US 'committed to de-escalation' after Soleimani killing

The strike also killed the deputy chief of Iraq's powerful Hashed al-Shaabi paramilitary force.

Qasem Soleimani killing: Pakistan urges for maximum restraint to de-escalate tension

Pakistan said that it is very important to avoid unilateral actions and use of force.

Avenging Soleimani responsibility of 'resistance' worldwide: Hezbollah

Meting out appropriate punishment to criminal assassins will be fighters' responsibility: Nasrallah

Iraq could 'pay price' for US strike on Iran commander: analysts

Caretaker prime minister Adel Abdel Mahdi said it would "spark a devastating war in Iraq."

US unveils partial ban on flavored e-cigarettes

US unveils partial ban on flavored e-cigarettes

US embassy in Baghdad urges citizens to 'depart Iraq immediately'

US embassy in Baghdad urges citizens to 'depart Iraq immediately'

Iran and 'free nations of region' to avenge general's killing: Rouhani

Iran and 'free nations of region' to avenge general's killing: Rouhani

Congress not notified ahead of Soleimani killing: senior US lawmaker

Congress not notified ahead of Soleimani killing: senior US lawmaker

General Qasem Soleimani: Iran's regional pointman

General Qasem Soleimani: Iran's regional pointman

Pentagon confirms Trump ordered killing of Iran Guards commander

Pentagon confirms Trump ordered killing of Iran Guards commander

US sees signs Iran or allies may be planning more attacks: Pentagon chief

The protests marked a new turn in the shadow war between Washington and Tehran

Hillary Clinton named chancellor of Belfast university

Clinton received an honorary doctorate from Queen's in October 2018.

Turkey parliament approves Libya military deployment

Erdogan has repeatedly accused Russia of sending private mercenaries to support Haftar's forces

Pro-Iran protesters leave US embassy in Baghdad

Tuesday's embassy attack was the latest episode in spiralling tensions between the US and Iran.

North Korea ends test moratoriums, threatens 'new' weapon

Pyongyang has previously fired missiles capable of reaching the entire US mainland

Iran's Khamenei condemns US 'malice' over Iraq strikes

Iran's Khamenei condemns US 'malice' over Iraq strikes

Tear gas fired at Iraq protesters storming US embassy

Tear gas fired at Iraq protesters storming US embassy

CIA devised way to restrict missiles given to allies, researcher says

CIA devised way to restrict missiles given to allies, researcher says

Iraqi PM condemns U.S. air strikes as unacceptable and dangerous

Iraqi PM condemns U.S. air strikes as unacceptable and dangerous

Trump, Putin discussed Russia attack, arms control, relations

Trump on Thursday warned Russia, Syria and Iran against killing civilians in Syria’s Idlib province.

Iraq warns US ties at stake after deadly strikes

Strikes "killed 25 and wounded 51, including commanders and fighters, and the toll could yet rise

Putin thanks Trump for tip Russia says foiled attacks

Putin thanks Trump for tip Russia says foiled attacks

US strikes in Somalia kill four militants

US strikes in Somalia kill four militants

Trump faces firestorm after identifying alleged whistleblower

Trump is ending 2019 as the third president in US history to be impeached

Taliban agrees Afghanistan ceasefire to allow US peace deal to be signed

The duration of the ceasefire was not specified but it is being suggested it would last for 10 days.

Hundreds join final Gaza-Israel border protests for three months

Demonstrators have hurled rocks, Molotov cocktails and explosives at Israel soldiers along border.

U.N. rebuffs Russia accusation that U.S. visa delays being ignored

U.N. rebuffs Russia accusation that U.S. visa delays being ignored

Over 16,000 complaints filed in Afghan presidential polls

The final results are expected to be announced in coming weeks after complaints have been reviewed.

Afghan war caused 100,000 civilian casualties in last decade: UN

The announcement comes as the Taliban and US continue to hold talks

Relief group: 216,000 have fled homes in northwest Syria

The group called on other relief agencies to help the displaced amid cold weather and heavy rain.

Pakistan rejects US designation on religious freedom

Pakistan was a multi-religious country where people of all faiths enjoyed religious freedom.

Turkey says it will follow Khashoggi case 'regardless how high it goes'

The verdict of the sham trial is an insult to the intelligence of any fair observer

Mehwish Hayat says she admires ex-first lady Michelle Obama

Mehwish Hayat admires ex-US first lady Michelle Obama

Afghan election runoff likely amid thousands of complaints: officials

IEC said total turnout was over 1.8 million with Ghani securing 50.64pc to win first round of voting

Iraq protests resume as political paralysis deepens

Rallies have continued despite a campaign of intimidation that has included targeted killings

US claims ToTok app spies on users, suggests deleting it

United States intelligence officials warned that ToTok isn’t the secure platform it purports to be.

Taliban claim attack that killed US soldier in Afghanistan

Taliban claim attack that killed US soldier in Afghanistan

Syria regime advances in Idlib, 9 civilians killed

The fresh advances in Idlib came as Russian warplanes continued to pummel the province's south

Thirteen people shot at Chicago party

The victims range in age between 16 and 48 and suffered different and various gunshot wounds

Trump invites Britain's Johnson to the White House in new year: Sunday Times

Trump invites Britain's Johnson to the White House in new year: Sunday Times

Pakistan rejects assertions in joint statement of US-India 2+2 dialogue

FO spokesperson said India’s measures of 5 August pose serious threat to peace in region South Asia.

Pakistan did not attend KL summit for unity of Muslim Ummah: FO

FO said that Pakistan will continue to work for the unity and solidarity of the Ummah

US to resume military training program for Pakistan: State Department

Washington also has credited Islamabad with helping to facilitate talks on a US troop withdrawal.

U.S. should not finalize China trade deal unless detained Canadians are released: Trudeau

U.S. should not finalize China trade deal unless detained Canadians are released: Trudeau

U.S. deports Mexicans far from border, may send others to Guatemala

U.S. deports Mexicans far from border, may send others to Guatemala

Afghanistan poll results expected in coming days: official

The result was originally due on October 19 but was repeatedly delayed amid technical issues

BMW and Daimler quit carsharing service in US, Canada

BMW and Daimler quit carsharing service in US, Canada

Iran urges fight against US 'economic terrorism' at Muslim summit

Iran urges fight against US 'economic terrorism' at Muslim summit

Qatar says its Gaza aid to continue through March 2020 at least

Israeli and Palestinian officials say the Qatari aid helps calm internal Gaza economic hardships

Lebanon's Hariri says not candidate for own succession

Lebanon's economy has been sliding towards default in recent weeks

US special envoy in Kabul amid renewed push for deal

Khalilzad has spent more than a year leading a push for a deal with the Taliban

Rich nations urged to do 'fair share' at global refugee meet

World owes all countries and communities that welcome large numbers of refugees a debt of gratitude.

After years of delays, NATO receives US-made spy drones

Following Thursday's delivery of a second drone, three more will come by next summer

US Ambassador calls on Food Security minister Khusro-Bakhtiar

The minister said that Pakistan had huge halal meat production and it could enter into world market.

US wants explanation for Turkey threat to close two bases

US wants explanation for Turkey threat to close two bases

Pentagon chief urges Iraq to stop attacks on bases housing U.S. forces

Pentagon chief urges Iraq to stop attacks on bases housing U.S. forces

NATO faces most 'complex security' environment in its history: chief

The ICI was launched by NATO to boost security links with the Middle East.

Downsized US force in Afghanistan would still pack 'lethal punch': Trump ally

The drawdown would mean about 8,600 US troops remained in Afghanistan

Controversial Citizenship Bill: FM Qureshi urges US to ban Indian officials

"The Modi government continues with Hindutva Supremacist ideology," said Qureshi.

US Senator Graham, COAS deliberate on regional security

US Senator Graham, COAS deliberate on regional security

50 bodies unearthed from Mexican mass grave

The process of identifying more of the victims and how they died will continue.

US to announce 4,000-troop drawdown from Afghanistan: media

There are 13,000 US troops currently in Afghanistan.

As Modi advances agenda, India finds rare criticism in US

Criticism has been more strongly worded from outside the administration.

US, UK issue travel warnings for India after clashes

Washington and London issued travel warnings for northeast India

U.S sanctions on Iran violate international law: Malaysian PM

Malaysia does not support the reimposition of the unilateral sanctions by the US against Iran

North Korea conducts another 'crucial test' at Sohae launch site

A spokesman for the North's National Academy of Defence Science revealed that in a statement.

U.S. Supreme Court to hear Trump tax return cases next year

The ruling in the case would come less than six months before Americans go to the polls in November.

Roadside bomb blast kills 10 civilians in eastern Afghanistan

The explosion happened in the volatile district of Jaghatu in Ghazni province

British HR lawyer, American law expert meet PM Imran, discusses HR violations in IOJK

Imran Khan said continuing humanitarian nightmare in IOJK is a test of the world’s conscience.

Zalmay Khalilzad, COAS discuss regional security, Afghan reconciliation process

US Ambassador to Pakistan Paul W Jones was also present in the meeting.

Zalmay Khalilzad, FM Qureshi discuss Afghan peace process

Zalmay Khalilzad has arrived in Pakistan on one-day visit.

US Afghan peace envoy Khalilzad to reach Islamabad today

Zalmay Khalilzad will discuss the Afghan peace process with Pakistan officials.

Myanmar's Suu Kyi warns genocide case could reignite Rohingya crisis

Suu Kyi told the court that army operation was in response to attacks by Rohingya militants.

From space, Italian astronaut urges UN summit to save 'beautiful' Earth

The celestial intervention provided a welcome distraction for delegates at the talks.

Pompeo insists Trump raised election meddling with Russia

US intelligence concluded that Russia interfered in the 2016 election

US hopeful for Iran prisoner talks but imposes new sanctions

Pompeo said the US will "follow every even tiny opening" to free the at least handful of Americans.

US blacklists ex-Malir SSP Rao Anwar over fake encounters

Anwar is designated for being responsible for engaged in, serious human rights abuse.

'Old man' Trump is 'bluffing' says North Korea: KCNA

Denuclearisation negotiations have been at a standstill since a summit in Hanoi broke up in February

Iraqis rally against government as Baghdad summons Western envoys

The country is expected to see widespread protests on Tuesday

Rockets hit Iraq military complex housing US forces: army

Rockets hit Iraq military complex housing US forces: army

Trump warns Kim has 'everything' to lose through hostility

Trump and Kim engaged in months of mutual insults and threats of devastation in 2017

Calls for halt to Saudi military training in US after attack

The FBI said Sunday the shooting was being probed with the "presumption" it was an act of terror.

Ailing ex-PM Sharif likely to be flown to US for treatment: family sources

The health of the former prime minister is not improving .

United States and Iran swap prisoners in rare act of cooperation

United States and Iran swap prisoners in rare act of cooperation

U.S. resumes talks with Taliban in Doha

In September, the United States and the Taliban had appeared on the verge of signing a deal.

Military base shooter assailed U.S. as 'nation of evil'

Six Saudis were detained following the shooting, including three who were seen filming entire attack

Muhammad becomes 10th most popular baby name is US

Muhammad becomes 10th most popular baby name is US.

Two killed, shooter dead at US navy base attack

The naval air station hosts 16,000 military personnel and more than 7,000 civilians.

China imposes 'reciprocal' restrictions on US diplomats

China imposes 'reciprocal' restrictions on US diplomats

Trump likely to face at least three articles of impeachment

If Trump is impeached by the House he will face a trial in the Senate

Pakistan welcomes resumption of US-Taliban talks

Pakistan encourages all parties to the conflict to engage constructively as a shared responsibility.

Japanese doctor made the Afghan deserts green, until deadly attack

In 2003 - the same year Nakamura was awarded the Ramon Magsaysay Award.

US peace envoy in Kabul for revival of talks: sources

Afghan govt says it is ready for the revival of talks, but only if it is given a seat at the table.

Japanese doctor who helped Afghans for decades among six killed in attack

The armed assault in Jalalabad was the second deadly incident involving aid workers in recent days.

North Korea's Kim in new horse ride through winter snows

The current leader toured several historic locations and climbed the mountain

Israel's Netanyahu, Pompeo to meet in Lisbon this week: U.S

Israel's Netanyahu, Pompeo to meet in Lisbon this week: U.S

Trump comments, Uighur bill hit prospects of U.S.-China trade deal

Trump comments, Uighur bill hit prospects of U.S.-China trade deal

Trump says North Korea's Kim 'likes sending rockets up'

North Korea fired two short-range projectiles into the sea off its eastern coast last week

Setting Iran deadlines 'might not be the best idea': new IAEA chief

Tehran has so far failed to provide a satisfactory explanation for the uranium traces found by IAEA

'People are not animals'; stranded migrants freeze in Bosnian forest

Bosnia is struggling to deal with an upsurge in migrant numbers since Croatia, Hungary and Slovenia

Trump fumes over impeachment drive while he's at NATO summit

The US president is accused of using a hold-up in millions of dollars of military aid to Ukraine.

Nearly 70 dead in Syria regime clashes with Idlib militants

At least 36 regime forces were among those killed.

Iraq's embattled PM bows out as protesters mourn dead

The protest movement is Iraq's biggest since the US-led invasion of 2003 toppled Saddam Hussein

Trump faces two deadlines as US Congress ramps up impeachment focus

Trump has denied any wrongdoing, calling the impeachment inquiry a "witch hunt."

Houthi prisoners released by Saudi arrive in Yemeni capital

The detainees are from the Iran-aligned movement that a Saudi-led military coalition

US accuses Russia of helping Syria cover up chemical weapons use

Syria and Russia deny there ever was a chemical attack in Douma

Turkey must halt Syrian rebel abuses, Human Rights Watch says

Turkey says it plans to settle more than a million Syrian refugees in a "safe zone"

Russia urges US to extend nuclear pact due to expire in 2021

Russia warned earlier there was already not enough time left for Moscow and Washington to negotiate.

Turkey holds up NATO military plans over Syria dispute

Turkey began its offensive in northern Syria after the United States pulled 1,000 troops

In gesture to Trump, US allies close to deal to pay more for NATO running costs

The reform of financing for the U.S.-led military alliance would seal months of negotiations

Media mogul Bloomberg enters U.S. presidential race, takes aim at Trump

Media mogul Bloomberg enters U.S. presidential race, takes aim at Trump

Foreign national killed as UN vehicle hit in Kabul blast: official

The attack happened on a road frequently used by UN traffic shuttling workers.

Top Democrat says more testimony, hearings possible in Trump impeachment

Trump’s administration has refused to provide documents requested by House Democrats.

Iran vows to punish 'mercenaries' behind street violence

The Islamic republic says it has restored calm after the unrest that broke out on November 15.

Chinese envoy rejects U.S. statement on CPEC; terms it 'mutually beneficial'

He spoke to the 5th CPEC Media Forum in Islamabad, and expressed astonishment over the statement.

US-Pakistan trade ties on track to set new record this year: White House

The statement maintained that they also reaffirmed their commitment to strengthening trade ties.

US Supreme Court to hear Trump appeal in 'no-fly list' suit

The justices will take up the administration's appeal of a lower court ruling allowing the men

Iran says 'world war' against it foiled

Washington imposed sanctions on Iran's telecommunications minister

US charges Chinese national with industrial espionage

US charges Chinese national with industrial espionage

Resolution against Indian atrocities in Kashmir presented in US House

Resolution against Indian atrocities in Kashmir presented in US House

U.S. warships sail in disputed South China Sea, angering China

U.S. warships sail in disputed South China Sea, angering China

Trump wants Apple to be involved in 5G infrastructure building in U.S.

Trump wants Apple to be involved in 5G infrastructure building in U.S.

Trump ex-Russia adviser Hill tells US lawmakers to stop promoting 'falsehoods'

Nunes said Hill “claimed that some committee members deny that Russia meddled in the 2016 election

At United Nations, U.S. faces strong opposition to its shift on Israeli settlements

At United Nations, U.S. faces strong opposition to its shift on Israeli settlements

U.S. considers pulling up to 4,000 troops from South Korea

U.S. considers pulling up to 4,000 troops from South Korea - Chosun Ilbo

U.S.-China 'Phase One' trade deal may not be inked this year

Some experts said the next date to watch is Dec. 15.

Protest-hit Iran says 'enemy conspiracy' defeated

Demonstrations erupted in sanctions-hit Iran on Friday, hours after the price of petrol was raised.

Two US troops killed in helicopter crash in Afghanistan

Two US troops killed in helicopter crash in Afghanistan

Swedish prosecutor drops Assange rape investigation

Assange has always denied the allegation.

Over 10 million Afghans suffer acute food insecurity: UN report

The latest IPC report said around 2.44 million Afghan are believed to be in an Emergency situation.

U.S. backs Israel on settlements, angering Palestinians and clouding peace process

U.S. backs Israel on settlements, angering Palestinians and clouding peace process

US has world's highest rate of children in detention: UN study

Children should only be detained as a measure of last resort and for the shortest time possible.

Iran exceeds heavy water limit in latest nuclear deal breach: IAEA

The restriction is the latest Iran has exceeded in protest at the US for withdrawing from the deal.

Trump says will 'strongly consider' testifying in impeachment probe

Trump has become increasingly angry and frustrated over the impeachment process

North Korea 'no longer interested' in summits with US: KCNA

Pyongyang has set Washington a deadline of the end of the year to come forward with a fresh offer.

Trump impeachment probe set to pick up speed with eight more witnesses

The hearings could pave the way for the Democratic-led House to approve articles of impeachment

Iran condemns US show of support for 'rioters'

Iran condemns US show of support for 'rioters'

Four killed in California backyard shooting: police

Four killed in California backyard shooting: police

China calls on U.S. to 'stop flexing muscles' in South China Sea

China calls on U.S. to 'stop flexing muscles' in South China Sea

Russia lands forces at former U.S. air base in northern Syria

Russia lands forces at former U.S. air base in northern Syria

US lawmakers express concern over Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir

US lawmakers express concern over Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir

At least three wounded after shooting at California school

A suspect described as a male Asian in black clothing was still at large.

Afghanistan to release senior Taliban prisoners in apparent swap

Ghani said the decision to release the three Taliban prisoners had been "very hard and necessary".

Behind Trump-Erdogan 'bromance,' a White House meeting to repair U.S.-Turkey ties

Behind Trump-Erdogan 'bromance,' a White House meeting to repair U.S.-Turkey ties

Top US military official says 500 troops to remain in Syria

Trump's abrupt announcement last month that he had ordered a full troop withdrawal

Afghan chief executive wants halt to election recount

The move adds a fresh layer of uncertainty following the September 28 poll.

U.S. welcomes opening of Kartarpur Corridor

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday formally inaugurated the historic corridor.

China renews attack on Pompeo, says Communist Party criticism 'dangerous'

China renews attack on Pompeo, says Communist Party criticism 'dangerous'

Trump pressure on Ukraine harmful to rule of law: US diplomat

Kent indicated both concern and resistance to Trump's efforts to gain election support from Kiev.

Pakistan disappointed over assertions in US Dept of State's report on terrorism

Pakistan disappointed over US Dept of State’s Country Report on Terrorism

North Korea says U.S. terrorism report shows 'hostile policy' that makes talks difficult: KCNA

North Korea says U.S. terrorism report shows 'hostile policy' that makes talks difficult: KCNA

Anti-American rallies as Iran marks 1979 US embassy siege

Iranians massed in front of the building carrying placards with slogans such as "Down with USA"

Trump wades again into UK politics, tells Johnson, Farage to unite

Trump wades again into UK politics, tells Johnson, Farage to unite

Bangladesh Rohingya island relocation 'uncertain' after UN doubts

Bangladesh has said thousands of Rohingya families have volunteered to relocate.

Iran's Khamenei renews ban on talks with U.S. - TV

Iran's Khamenei renews ban on talks with U.S. - TV

A year before 2020 election, a divided and 'angry' America

A year before 2020 election, a divided and 'angry' America

Iraq protests enter second month, defying pledges of reform

The demonstrations have evolved since October 1 from rage over corruption and unemployment

Islamic State's presence evolved worldwide despite Syria defeat - U.S. State Dept

IS declared its so-called "caliphate" in 2014 after seizing large swathes of Syria and Iraq.

Syria government, opposition open 'historic' constitutional review

Hopes remain dim the group will reach a breakthrough towards resolution to Syria's conflict.

Seven countries issue Iran-related sanctions on 25 targets

All 25 targets were previously sanctioned by the United States.

U.S. ambassador in Turkey summoned over House votes on sanctions, Armenia: Anadolu

State-owned Anadolu agency said ambassador David Satterfield was summoned to the Foreign Ministry.

Islamic State silent on Baghdadi death as it searches for successor

Islamic State silent on Baghdadi death as it searches for successor

Trump says Baghdadi's top replacement also killed

Trump did not identify the person or give more detail on how he was killed.

Taliban should call ceasefire to prove control of forces: official

The insurgents have repeatedly rebuffed previous calls for a ceasefire.

Saudi takes command of coalition troops in Yemen's Aden

The conflict has since killed tens of thousands of people -- most of them civilians

Afghan election results delayed again

Election officials cited several technical issues slowing the counting of ballots