The U.S. military launching a Tomahawk cruise missile against radar sites in Yemen after earlier in the week missiles were fired at an American Navy ship from a rebel-controlled area.
The University of Maryland's Anil Gupta talks about tensions between the South Asian neighbors.
The amount of territory controlled by the Islamist militant group, the so-called Islamic State (ISIS), has shrunk by 16 percent so far this year.
A Saudi-led coalition airstrike hit a funeral hall in Yemen Saturday, killing over 140 and wounding more than 525, a U.N. official said.
India could use Pakistan's desperate need for water as leverage in their latest tussle over militants in Kashmir.
Juan Manuel Santos was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to end the country's civil war with FARC rebels.
Soros has vehemently condemned Russia's bombing campaign in Syria, accusing President Vladimir Putin of aggressively exploiting a power void.
A memorial at the European Central Bank's new headquarters in Frankfurt honors thousands of Jews who were sent from there to concentration camps.
President Duterte threatened to eject American troops from his country, but that could leave the Philippines powerless against China.
Retired Adm. James Stavridis makes the case for a military push into parts of Iraq and Syria.
Michael Fallon, U.K. Defence Secretary, says the U.K. is going to fulfill its commitments to NATO and discusses the conflict in Syria.
Michael Fallon, U.K. Defence Secretary, comments on the decision to opt out of the European Convention on Human Rights in future wars and conflicts.
Winter is coming and you are invited to visit Syria. That seems to be the latest message from the Syrian Ministry of Tourism in a "Game of Thrones" inspired video.
India's coffers benefited big-time from a tax amnesty - but will it be spent on social security or defense?
Colombians narrowly rejected a peace deal with Marxist guerrillas in a referendum on Sunday, plunging the nation into uncertainty.
Russia warned the U.S. against carrying out any attacks on Syrian forces, saying it would have repercussions across the Middle East.
Officers from both countries blamed each other for starting the firing along the so-called "Line of Control" in the disputed Himalayan region.
The U.S. and S.Korea are "destined for a proper counter-attack" for their THAAD defense system deal, the Communist Party's mouthpiece says.
India's growing tension with Pakistan is expected to be only a temporary dent in investor sentiment, barring an escalation.
India is trying to signal to Pakistan that attacks or incursions will not be tolerated, says BNP Paribas' Richard Iley.