President Barack Obama wants to sound like a different kind of Democrat. He’s connecting to progressive populism with an aggressive, spending-oriented, activist government approach to the economy personified
Washington concerned over Turkey's plans to use Chinese company under US sanctions for selling arms to Iran and Syria to supply its first long-range anti-missile system The US Congress is set to adopt
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A "seditious" Israeli prime minister conspiring with US congressman? A chance for greater engagement with the West? Iranian commentators debate the outlook for the next round of nuclear talks with the
Hassan Nasrallah, leader of Lebanon's Hezbollah movement, has vowed to keep his forces in Syria as long as necessary to support of the president, Bashar al-Assad. In a rare public appearance in Beirut's
A United Nations report (pdf) released on Nov. 12 highlights Latin America’s problem with violence. It was the only region where homicides overall increased between 2000 and 2010. But one country has especially
General Abdel al-Sisi welcomes new era of co-operation with Moscow, but does not announce any deals after Russian visit. Egypt's top general has hailed a new era of defence co-operation with Moscow during
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says Sebastian Vettel's rivals have encouraged the booing of the four-time world champion. Vettel, 26, has been heckled by Formula 1 fans at many races this season.
Iran's foreign minister has blamed divisions between Western powers for the failure to agree a deal on its nuclear programme on Saturday. Mohammad Javad Zarif rejected US Secretary of State John Kerry's
Palestinian civilians are being embroiled in Israeli military training, including mock arrests, raids on private homes and incursions into villages, without being told they are involved in army exercises.