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Chinese officials are burning documents at the country’s Houston consulate after the US abruptly ordered it closed
People are burning documents at the Chinese Consulate in Houston after China said the United States gave it 72 hours to close, with the State Department accusing China of threatening U.S. sovereignty and intimidating U.S. citizens
Taliban still attacking Afghan government as they await potential ceasefire deal with US
"Our leadership hasn't conveyed any message about a ceasefire to us," said a Taliban commander.
Will leaving Afghanistan cause another 9/11? Former soldiers and diplomats say no, not necessarily
"We have the counter-terrorism capacity to get the guys we need to get ... It shouldn't be any different in Afghanistan."
“The silence … makes me concerned” — Diplomats anxious about North Korean silence ahead of Kim Jong Un’s ‘Christmas gift’
"It's kind of creepy that there haven't been any statements from high level (North Korea) Foreign Ministry officials this week."
Top American diplomat says Afghans and Taliban have agreed to a ‘roadmap for peace’
The U.S. envoy, Zalmay Khalilzad, met Taliban officials briefly a day after a delegation of Afghan citizens and the militants agreed on a "roadmap for peace", in particular a joint call to end civilian casualties in the 18-year war.
US formally requests UK to extradite Julian Assange
The U.S. Justice Department has formally asked Britain to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to the United States to face charges that he conspired to hack U.S. government computers and violated an espionage law, the U.K has confirmed.
Misunderstanding Trump’s ‘failed’ summit with Kim Jong-un
Since the issue of North Korea's nuclear program is one that could lead to a nuclear bomb exploding in an American city, the U.S. government's efforts to prevent that really matters.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Zarif, architect of nuclear deal, abruptly resigns
He gave no specific reasons for his decision.
Listen To The First Recording Of The ‘Sonic Weapon’ Sickening US Diplomats In Cuba
At the end of September, the Department of State announced that it would recall half of its diplomatic personnel from...
Mattis To North Korea: Go Ahead, Make My Day
A week after an alarming report on North Korea’s nuclear program sparked a spiral of brinksmanship between Kim Jong Un...
Crucial CENTCOM Base Caught In The Middle Of Qatar’s Diplomatic Meltdown
Five major Arab powers severed diplomatic ties with Qatar on June 5, a move that could impact one of U.S....
Russia, Our New Anti-Terror ‘Ally’, Is Spying Inside The US Like It’s 1959
Whatever you think of all the blather about the current U.S. administration and Russia — and for all the damning...
Here’s The Deal With That Glowing Orb Trump Touched In Saudi Arabia
When President Donald Trump set his hands on a glowing orb during his first foreign trip to Saudi Arabia, social...