Sophisticated weapons the US military secretly provided to so-called moderate militants fighting the Syrian government quickly fell into the hands of the Daesh terrorist group, also known as ISIL or ISIS, according to a new study.
US arms wound up in the hands of ISIL terrorists: Study
About half of the British people believe that the UK must scrap its invitation for a full state visit to US President Donald Trump following his support for a British far-right group, a poll has revealed.
Half of Britons oppose Trump's state visit to UK: Poll
The United States is ready to talk to North Korea "without preconditions", Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Tuesday.
US urges talks with North Korea 'without preconditions'
More than 50 people were killed and dozens of others wounded as Saudi fighter jets stepped up airstrikes against the Yemeni capital, Sana’a, and other cities.
Saudi attacks kill over 50 in Yemen
US President Donald Trump dismisses accusations of sexual misconduct, saying he's the target of “false accusations and fabricated stories of women he does not know.”
Trump rejects sexual accusations against him as 'fabricated'
Americans say the US society has become significantly more corrupt in the year since Donald Trump became president, a new survey suggests.
Americans say there is more corruption in Trump era: Survery
The US Defense Department has presented the White House with a military plan that expects at least two more years of combat operation against suspected terrorists in Somalia, amid the escalating campaign of US drone strikes there, according to a report.
US military expects at least 2 more years of combat in Somalia
Firefighters across Southern California continued on Saturday morning to battle six major wildfires.
Firefighters battling Southern California wildfires
Argentina's navy has announced that three new "objects" have been spotted as it expands the search area for a missing submarine.
Eight ships continue search for missing Argentine submarine
The United States is using the North Korean issue in order to maintain a military foothold on the East Asian mainland as a counter to China, says Professor Dennis Etler, an American political analyst who has a decades-long interest in international affairs.
US using DPRK threat to maintain military foothold in East Asia as a counter to China: Scholar

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