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White House Wars and Military Conflicts

  • OSLO, June 13- Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Tuesday Saudi Arabia was supporting militants inside Iran, days after hardline Sunni group Islamic State claimed attacks in Tehran. Last week Riyadh, along with other Arab governments, severed ties with Qatar, citing its support of Iran as one of the main reasons for the move.

  • OSLO, June 13- Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Tuesday said Saudi Arabia was supporting militants inside Iran, days after hardline Sunni group Islamic State claimed attacks in Tehran. Last week Riyadh, along with other Arab governments, severed ties with Qatar, citing its support of Iran as one of the main reasons for the move.

  • China, Russia and Iran are biggest security threats to US: Expert

    Former U.S.S. Cole Commander Kirk Lippold, Lippold Strategies president, provides insight to the reality of America's security concerns, and where the country needs to focus on defense.

  • JERUSALEM, June 11- Days after capturing Jerusalem's Old City in a 1967 war, Israel razed the Moroccan Quarter, a ramshackle neighbourhood of Palestinian homes in front of the Western Wall, aiming to create an open space for Jews to pray at one of their holiest sites. "Israel brought buses to Damascus Gate and said people can take free rides if they wanted to quit...

  • Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani

    If Saudi Arabia can do this much damage to Qatar in just a few days, what else can it do?, Michael Brendan Dougherty asks in the National Review.

  • Turkish army commandos seach for roadside mines on patrol at the area near the Turkey-Iraq border on October 27, 2007 in the Uludere district of Sirnak province, southeastern Turkey.

    Turkey brought forward troop deployment to Qatar and pledged to provide crucial food and water supplies to the Gulf Arab country.

  • President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau walk from the Oval Office to the Residence of the White House in Washington, February 13, 2017.

    Ottawa highlights shift in US global strategy as it eyes "hard power," Financial Times reports.

  • *The poll was conducted on Friday and Saturday, before an attack in London by Islamist militants that killed seven people and injured 48.. *The new poll was the first by a major firm that was conducted in its entirety after the deadly attack in London by Islamist militants on June 3. *Likely to be published on Wednesday afternoon London time.

  • Turkish army commandos seach for roadside mines on patrol at the area near the Turkey-Iraq border on October 27, 2007 in the Uludere district of Sirnak province, southeastern Turkey.

    Turkey's parliament is expected to fast-track a draft bill allowing its troops to be deployed to a military base in Qatar, officials said.

  • Chinese soldiers march to their barracks from Tiananmen Square

    A Pentagon report released on Tuesday singled out Pakistan as a possible location for a future Chinese military base, as it forecast that Beijing would likely build more bases overseas after establishing a facility in the African nation of Djibouti.

  • *The poll was conducted on Friday and Saturday, before an attack in London by Islamist militants that killed seven people and injured 48.. *The new poll was the first by a major firm that was conducted in its entirety after the deadly attack in London by Islamist militants on June 3. *Likely to be published on Wednesday afternoon London time, but has sometimes...

  • SLOUGH, England, June 6- British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday she would be willing to weaken human rights protections to make it easier to deport or curb the movements of suspected militants who there is not enough evidence to prosecute. It comes days after Britain's third major terror attack this year, in which seven people were killed when...

  • SLOUGH, England, June 6- British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday she would be willing to weaken human rights protections to make it easier to deport or curb the movements of suspected militants who there is not enough evidence to prosecute. It comes days after Britain's third major terror attack this year, in which seven people were killed when...

  • Donald Trump

    U.S. President Donald Trump has waded into the worst split between powerful Arab states in decades.

  • Power on the high seas: Adm. James Stavridis

    The oceans connect us all, says former NATO Commander, James Stavridis, "Sea Power" author explaining why he thinks the key to global security is through our ability to control the seas. It is one area the terrorist haven't actually tried yet, says Stavridis.

  • Philippines marines patrol a deserted area on their way to assault an Islamist militant hideout in Marawi on June 3, 2017.

    Philippines troops found bundles of banknotes and cheques worth about $1.6 million abandoned by Islamist militants holed up in Marawi City.

  • LONDON, June 5- British Prime Minister Theresa May's lead over the opposition Labour Party ahead of Thursday's national election has narrowed to just 1 percentage point, according to a poll by Survation for ITV television on Monday. The poll was conducted on Friday and Saturday, before an attack in London by Islamist militants that killed seven people and...

  • *Police name two of three London attackers. LONDON, June 5- British police and security services had previously investigated one of the Islamist militants who carried out Saturday's attack in London, but with resources scarce, he was not deemed enough of a threat to warrant close monitoring, police said on Monday. All three attackers were shot dead by police, who...

  • LONDON, June 5- British police found what appeared to be Molotov cocktails in the back of the van used by three militants to ram people during the London Bridge attack, Sky News said on Monday, citing unnamed sources. At least a dozen bottles filled with clear liquid, which had rags stuffed in their tops, were found in the back of the hired van, and police had treated them...

  • *Police name two of three London attackers. LONDON, June 5- British police and security services had previously investigated one of the Islamist militants who carried out Saturday's attack in London, but with resources scarce, he was not deemed enough of a threat to warrant close monitoring, police said on Monday. All three attackers were shot dead by police, who...