The U.S. global influence was further challenged over the weekend, with several Latin American and Caribbean nations aspiring to form their bloc like the European Union.
Russian authorities say a gunman has been detained after opening fire in a university in the Russian city of Perm, killing at least a handful of people.
Paul Rusesabagina, portrayed in a film as a life-saving hero during the Rwandan genocide, has been convicted of terrorism by a court in Rwanda.
A Christian missionary and former US Army Special Forces and Ranger officer has reported that the Taliban in Afghanistan appear to have carried out mass executions since the US withdrawal last month, the Christian Post (CP) reports.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s United Russia party was due to win the country’s parliamentary elections, overshadowed by fraud allegations.
Dutch King Willem-Alexander has unveiled the Holocaust Memorial of Names, more than 75 years after the mass killings of Dutch Jews and others caused an open wound in the Netherlands that has proven difficult to heal.
Defense Minister and Blue and White leader Benny Gantz met once again with opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu at the end of the last Knesset session, the latest in a series of recent meetings between the two party leaders.
Ramping up its efforts to stave off the spread of coronavirus, Israel launched on Sunday a new GPS tracking system to better monitor quarantined Israelis.
The US State Department announced Thursday the approval of a maintenance contract worth up to $500 million for Saudi Arabia’s military helicopter fleet, the first with the kingdom since Joe Biden became president.
Nearly two years after evidence emerged that the infamous Steele dossier was a political dirty trick filled with Russian disinformation and disproved allegations, Special Counsel John Durham unloaded a new indictment that exposes a parallel effort by Hillary Clinton’s campaign to flood the FBI with more dubious Trump-Russia collusion dirt.