The world’s most brazen maritime militarization is gaining muscle in waters through which one-third of global ocean trade passes.
Tens of thousands are converging on the Mediterranean port city to attend the service, which will be held at its soccer stadium.
Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken met on Friday with African leaders in hopes of reversing a coup in Niger, as the U.S. tries to deliver on promises to the…
Prosecutors recommended charges against Marine Le Pen that could potentially bring a 10-year jail term and a 10-year ban from public office. Paris magistrates will decide whether to proceed.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel has been bolstered by a successful trip to the United States. But greater challenges are still awaiting him back home.
Officials of the breakaway region met with representatives of Azerbaijan to talk about the future of its residents, many of whom strongly resist the idea of coming under Azerbaijani rule.
Hardeep Singh Nijjar, the Sikh leader whose killing has ignited tensions between Canada and India, increased calls for an independent homeland in India.
In the conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh, Russia, drained by the war in Ukraine, seemed incapable of acting as the indispensable power capable of knocking heads together.
The trip by President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, his first to China since 2004, may bolster Beijing’s efforts to expand its influence in the Middle East.