Embattled Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, who has been facing mass street protests demanding his resignation since early August 2020, has praised the support that his regime has been receiving from “friends in need” Russia and China.
Any potential American assault against Iran would be met with a “crushing response”, an Iranian government spokesperson has said in reaction to reports in US media that outgoing President Donald Trump just recently considered striking the Iranian nuclear program.
US President Donald Trump, who appears to have lost his reelection bid, considered attacking Iran because of the Iranian nuclear program, mulling the option last week despite the seeming status of a “lame duck” president with several weeks left to…
US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who has been a close ally of outgoing President Donald Trump, has criticized him for potential plans to cut dramatically the number of American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Iran’s government is going to try to use “any opportunity” to get the US sanctions over its nuclear program lifted, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has stated in the wake of the 2020 US presidential election
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, whose strained relations with outgoing US President Donald Trump have been no secret, has sent a strong message of support to projected US President-elect Joe Biden, vowing a resurgence of the key Trans-Atlantic alliance between the…
The government of France is planning to ban the “Grey Wolves”, a Turkish ultra-nationalist group, after an incident over the weekend involving the defacing of an Armenian genocide memorial center in the town of Decines-Charpieu near the city of Lyon.
Austria has fulfilled its threats to send soldiers to the border Brenner Pass to stop migrants from coming from Italy, while another EU member Bulgaria is deploying military force on its border with Turkey for the same reason.
US President Donald Trump has declared that North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un has made the right decision by not going ahead with a military plan to “envelop” the US Pacific territory of Guam with ballistic missile fire.
The referendum for independence of Iraqi Kurdistan set for September – to which Turkey has been adamantly opposed – will likely lead to a civil war in Iraq, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has declared.
Some of America’s closest allies have condemned US President Donald Trump for his comments there was “blame on both sides” for the violence during Saturday’s far-right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
The US government has imposed personal sanctions targeting Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro in response to Maduro’s ‘Constituent Assembly’ election held on Sunday amid growing violence over the long-standing antigovernment protests led by the Venezuelan opposition.
There will be “no harm” in Turkey’s upcoming purchase of a S-400 ballistic missile system from Russia, Turkish President Recep Erdogan has said, retorting to NATO criticism over the long-negotiated arms deal between Ankara and Moscow.
Former Soviet republics with pro-Western governments Ukraine and Georgia are going to coordinate their efforts to reclaim areas taken by pro-Russian separatists, Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko has declared on a visit to Georgia.
The European Council, the top decision-making body of the European Union, has approved Ukraine’s embattled Association Agreement with the EU – the deal that ignited the 2013-2014 pro-Western Euromaidan revolution in Ukraine leading Russia‘s leader Vladimir Putin to react by…
What is described as Turkey’s widening “rift with the West” may clear the way for its purchase of a S-400 ballistic missile system from Russia, a deal which is still in the making but has come closer to being realized,…
The administration of US President Donald Trump is considering whether to break the 2015 deal on the Iranian nuclear program, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said, while admitting that Iran is upholding the deal’s terms.
The US military is going to send several dozens of regular troops to Somalia for the first time since a total of 18 US special force personnel were killed in the Somali capital Mogadishu back in 1993, a battle made…
Supposed NATO allies Greece and Turkey have begun threatening one another once again in their dispute over two uninhabited islands, the Imia / Kardak Islands in the Aegean Sea, following a revival of the dispute from the end of January.