Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) has threatened attacks in the United States in retaliation for Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, according to one of the terrorist group's social media accounts.
Vladimir Putin has told reporters at his annual Q&A session how security for his recent visit to Syria was provided. Russian fighter jet pilots risked their lives, the president said, revealing how he watched their maneuvers from the window of his plane.
Deutsche Bahn’s high-speed rail line between Berlin and Munich has been plagued with delays, breakdowns and cancellations since it went into operation Sunday, amid allegations that the German rail operator was ill-prepared for the launch.
The ultimatum that President Bashar Assad must go if there is to be peace in Syria, drawn up by the anti-Assad opposition backed by Saudi Arabia and the West, derailed the latest peace talks in Geneva, Damascus's envoy to the negotiations has said.
Italian intelligence services did not find evidence to back up allegations voiced by former US Vice President Joe Biden. He claimed Moscow had meddled with Italy’s polls before and plans to do it again.
Leaders of 25 European Union states have signed the Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO) pact that will see them undertake more joint projects and increase their defense budgets with the idea to likely create a permanent EU army.
The Council of Ministers in France have approved a draft bill proposing that all wannabe social media users under 16 years old should get permission from their parents or guardians to register an account online.
The Russian Defense Ministry has said that an F-22 got close to a pair of Su-25 jets, hampering them from escorting a humanitarian aid convoy. It dismissed reports of the Russian jets being “intercepted.”
Thousands of Palestinians, donning green scarves and waving Hamas’ green flag, assembled in the center of Gaza City to commemorate 30 years since the movement was founded. Its leader vowed to force the US to rescind its “oppressive decision” on Jerusalem.
Former IDF commander Amiram Levin says Israel was “too nice” during the Six Day War, vowing to force Palestinians out to “the other side of the Jordan River.” The statement comes amid tensions over Trump’s Jerusalem decision.
Authorities in Berlin have raided the homes of suspected members of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS), seizing evidence and data storage devices, the city’s public prosecutor's office has said. It remains unclear whether any arrests were made.
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