An Ankara police officer dressed in a suit and tie shouted slogans about Syria’s civil war after he killed Russia’s ambassador to Turkey in front of stunned onlookers at a photo exhibition in the Turkish capital on Monday. Police later killed the assailant.
Senator John McCain tells Jake Tapper that Congress Russian election interference is a serious threat that could “destroy democracy”
Gunmen in Jordan have carried out a series of attacks in the historic town of Karak, killing ten people, including a Canadian tourist and five police officers.
UN Security Council to vote today on a resolution to quickly deploy UN observers to Aleppo; Syrian ally Russia supports the move; Resolution calls on UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to consult Syrian authorities and the rebels to allow UN monitoring of “the well-being of civilians” in war-torn Aleppo.
U.S. President Barack Obama says he told Russian President Vladimir Putin in September to stop meddling in the American presidential election warning of serious consequences if Moscow continues its alleged cyber attacks.
A Syrian government source has confirmed a new deal has been reached to resume the evacuation of rebel-held areas of eastern Aleppo.
A bomb in central Turkey has killed at least 13 soldiers and injured 55 others. The blast struck a bus in the central city of Kayseri carrying off duty military personnel. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has blamed the PKK for the attack.
Realtors say they’ve received a surge of calls from Russians who are interested in buying homes in the US since Donald Trump was elected.
Facebook will roll out new tools to stop the spread of fake news on its social media platform. The move is a response to criticism that the company didn’t do enough to combat the problem ahead of the US presidential election.
It was the tiniest glimmer of hope in the horror of the Syrian war but the ceasefire between government forces and rebels in the city of Aleppo broke down just hours after it started.
Craig Sager, the longtime sportscaster who graced the sidelines of the NBA’s biggest games in his majestic wardrobe and turned into an inspirational figure in recent years during his public battle with leukemia, died on Thursday. At the age of 65.
President elect Donald Trump visited Hershey, Pennsylvania as part of his thank you tour on Thursday night. Trump brought up president Barack Obama’s press secretary, Josh Earnest, telling the crowd that he is so bad the way he delivers a message.
Japan and Russia never signed a peace treaty at the end of World War II. A territorial dispute has continued ever since.
U.S. President Barack Obama called for a review of cyber-attacks and foreign intervention in the 2016 election.
The initial shooting unfolded around 5:30 a.m. when McBride and a partner went to the motel on a tip that a person staying there had an outstanding warrant.
As the battle for Aleppo draws to a close, United Nations humanitarian adviser Jan Egeland says the Syrian and Russian governments must be held responsible for atrocities committed by militias loyal to President Assad.
Republican Arizona Senator John McCain says the idea of Russians hacking into U.S. affairs is nothing new, while Trump advisor Kellyanne Conway defends comments from the President-elect in which he said the notion that Moscow hacked the election was “ridiculous.”
Donald Trump set his sights on another critic Thursday, attacking Chuck Jones, a leader of the union representing Carrier workers. Trump made a deal with the company to preserve 800 Indiana manufacturing jobs — but more than 1,000 jobs are still going to Mexico.
Tensions flare after China criticised President-elect Donald Trump over his latest remarks on television interview that he could consider abandoning the One China Policy.
President Sergio Mattarella begins consultations aimed at averting a political crisis in Italy triggered by the resignation of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi.
Two bombs went off in Istanbul on Saturday night. The number of fatalities has increased to 29, though there has been no immediate claim of responsibility.
Prime minister Hwang Kyo-ahn South Korea’s acting leader, says he feels deep responsibility over the political scandal that brought down his boss, President Park Geun-hye, because he assisted her as the country’s no 2 official.
President-elect Donald Trump will nominate Andy Puzder, the vocal ceo of the fast food company CKE restaurants that owns burger chains Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s, as his secretary of labor. Puzder has been a strong proponent of rolling back regulation.
Hillary Clinton didn’t shy away from some dark humor in her opening remarks at retiring Sen. Harry Reid’s tribute and portrait unveiling today.