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Russia's Kislyak: US on a 'hunting spree' against 'Russian computer wizards'

Russia's Kislyak: US on a 'hunting spree' against 'Russian computer wizards'

The former Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergey Kislyak on Saturday responded to special counsel Robert Mueller's indictments against Russian nationals accused of meddling in the 2016 election by
Tillerson: US using 'large sticks,' not carrot, to convince North Korea to talk

Tillerson: US using 'large sticks,' not carrot, to convince North Korea to talk

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that the U.S. is now using "large sticks" instead of carrots to bring North Korea to the table for multilateral negotiations."We're not using a carrot to convince
South Korean president says there’s growing ‘consensus’ US, North Korea need summit

South Korean president says there’s growing ‘consensus’ US, North Korea need summit

South Korean President Moon Jae-in said Saturday that a "consensus" is starting to build between international negotiators that North Korea must engage in talks with the United States in the near
Pope Francis revives sex abuse advisory committee

Pope Francis revives sex abuse advisory committee

Pope Francis has revived an advisory commission on the Catholic Church's sex abuse scandal after criticism over his allowing the commission to lapse and his support of a controversial Chilean bishop
Russia’s Lavrov dismisses Mueller indictments as lacking 'facts'

Russia’s Lavrov dismisses Mueller indictments as lacking 'facts'

Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov dismissed allegations of Russia's election meddling on Saturday following an indictment from Robert Mueller's special counsel office targeting 13 Russian
GOP senator on indictments: 'Mueller just put Moscow on notice'

GOP senator on indictments: 'Mueller just put Moscow on notice'

Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) said Friday that special counsel Robert Mueller "put Moscow on notice" with his investigative team's indictment of Russian individuals and entities who allegedly tried to sway
Trump to host Netanyahu at White House on March 5

Trump to host Netanyahu at White House on March 5

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will visit President Trump at the White House on March 5, a White House official told The Hill. "The president has a great relationship with the prime
Tillerson meets with Turkish leader without translator in break from protocol

Tillerson meets with Turkish leader without translator in break from protocol

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met with Turkey's leaders for more than three and a half hours without American policy aides or a translator in attendance, CNN reported Thursday.Tillerson met with
Tillerson leaves military response to Syrian chemical attacks on the table

Tillerson leaves military response to Syrian chemical attacks on the table

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has suggested a U.S. military response to the Syrian government's alleged use of chemical weapons remains on the table. "President Trump has already demonstrated that
Russia blocks opposition leader’s website just before election: report

Russia blocks opposition leader’s website just before election: report

Russian authorities on Thursday blocked the website of a challenger to President Vladimir Putin with roughly a month to go before the country’s election, Reuters reported.Alexei Navalny said that
Tillerson says Trump's Mideast peace plan 'fairly well advanced'

Tillerson says Trump's Mideast peace plan 'fairly well advanced'

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson acknowledged on Wednesday that he has seen "elements" of President Trump's plan for peace in the Middle East, and that the proposal is "fairly well-advanced."Speaking
Christiane Amanpour to host CNN series 'Sex & Love Around the World'

Christiane Amanpour to host CNN series 'Sex & Love Around the World'

CNN chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour will launch a new series in March called "Sex & Love Around the World," as the veteran journalist "explores the intimate lives of women
Netanyahu: Corruption allegations ‘full of holes, like Swiss cheese’

Netanyahu: Corruption allegations ‘full of holes, like Swiss cheese’

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday downplayed calls from the country's police chiefs to indict the leader on corruption charges, suggesting the allegations against him were
US destroys Russian tank in Syria, reportedly killing three

US destroys Russian tank in Syria, reportedly killing three

A U.S. drone, acting in self-defense, destroyed a Russian-made T-72 tank in eastern Syria over the weekend, the head of U.S. Air Forces Central Command told reporters Tuesday.News reports indicate
Russian lawmaker proposes renaming US embassy street 'North American Dead End'

Russian lawmaker proposes renaming US embassy street 'North American Dead End'

Washington's decision to rename the street in front of the Russian embassy struck a chord in the Russian capital, where a national lawmaker proposed this week to retaliate by renaming the Moscow
Israeli police recommend bribery charges for Netanyahu

Israeli police recommend bribery charges for Netanyahu

Police will recommend bribery charges against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in two cases of alleged corruption, Haaretz reports.The cases allege that Netanyahu accepted bribes and that he
NATO confirms half of allies expected to meet spending goal

NATO confirms half of allies expected to meet spending goal

About half of NATO allies are on track to meet the alliance’s defense spending goal by the 2024 deadline, Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Tuesday.“This is substantial progress and a good
UK judge rejects Assange plea to drop legal action against him

UK judge rejects Assange plea to drop legal action against him

A British judge on Tuesday rejected WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's plea for British authorities to drop legal action against him for jumping his bail in 2012.Reuters reported that Judge Emma
Tillerson raises alarm at meeting of coalition fighting ISIS

Tillerson raises alarm at meeting of coalition fighting ISIS

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson sought on Tuesday to refocus the U.S.-led coalition charged with fighting the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group on its mission amid a series of
Netanyahu talking to Trump administration about annexing West Bank settlements

Netanyahu talking to Trump administration about annexing West Bank settlements

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that he has been maintaining contact with U.S. officials about expanding Israeli sovereignty in the West Bank, according to multiple reports,