Damascus has strongly denounced as a “war crime” a deadly strike carried out by the US-led military coalition against pro-government forces in Syria's eastern Dayr al-Zawr province, saying US presence in the country is "illegitimate."
North Korea said Sunday it had tested a hydrogen bomb which it can mount on a missile, declaring "perfect success" in its biggest-ever nuclear detonation and presenting a potent challenge to President Donald Trump.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday there was no equivalence between fascists and those who opposed them, a rare rebuke of US President Donald Trump by one of his closest foreign allies.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi on Thursday condemned a terrorist attack in the Afghan province of Helmand, adding that that terrorists and extremist groups do not abide by any basic humanitarian and moral principles.
The United Nations has failed to denounce Washington for the death of over 100 civilians in the latest US-led coalition airstrikes in eastern Syria, merely urging air forces operating in the Arab country to be more cautious.