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American commandos face complicated mission in Mali

WASHINGTON - A small contingent of U.S. special operations forces is operating out of Mali, where violence is soaring and heavy weapons from...

Watching refugee crises through the eyes of children

Children fleeing from conflict and acute impoverishment in search of a better and safe life in Europe must have witnessed and experienced terrible circumstances...

US ‘plans to occupy N Korea after war’

WASHINGTON military experts are planning for the occupation of North Korea if knife-edge tension over Kim Jong-un's nukes spills over into all-out war, it...

Security officers who survived Benghazi say Clinton’s team silenced them: Report

Security officers at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi claimed Tuesday that an employee who reported to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pressured them...

Grandparents, Extended Family Allowed Into U.S., Appellate Court Rules in Decision...

The 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals narrowed the scope of President Donald Trump's travel ban Thursday, ruling that extended family members...

Oil steady on rising U.S. refining demand, but ample crude supplies...

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices held steady on Thursday, supported by rising demand from the United States where Gulf Coast refineries are restarting in...

Iran Responds to US Sanctions by ‘Boosting Its Missile Program’

Iran has responded to US sanctions by increasing the funding of its missile program, Vladimir Sazhin, an expert on Mideast affairs told Sputnik, adding...

‘Flagrant Human Rights Violations’: Plight of Refugees in Libya

More than five years after the start of the civil war Libya remains split in two run by rival governments and facing a flurry...

Angela Merkel defends refugee policy, says Islam belongs to Germany

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said although "radical Islamists" are perpetrating acts of terror in Europe, she still believed that "Islam belongs to Germany"....

Exclusive: Pyongyang university to start fall classes without American staff after...

SEOUL (Reuters) - Pyongyang University of Science and Technology (PUST), North Korea's only western-funded university, will start the fall semester without its dozens of...