DUBAI Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani dismissed his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump as a political novice on Wednesday, stepping up criticism of Washington’s temporary travel ban on Iranians and citizens of six other Muslim-majority countries
The EMERCOM firefighting team and its plane were sent to Santiago on Monday at the request of the Chilean government. Went on a firefighting mission with Russia’s #EMERCOM in #Chile Watch the report on @RT_com soon! pic.twitter.com/86RcxQ0XZG— Roman Kosarev (@Kosarev_RT) January 31, 2017
TrendsIran tension, Russia-NATO relations In an attempt to address fears in Europe that Washington is no longer fully committed to NATO’s future, Stoltenberg told reporters after talks with Bulgarian President Rumen Radev in Brussels, that the new Trump administration will support the alliance’s role in maintaining transatlantic security.
Here are five things you might not know about Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court. He’s always the youngest In 2006, Gorsuch was appointed to the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals by President George W.
WASHINGTON/TOKYO President Donald Trump’s defense secretary is expected to underscore U.S. security commitments to key allies South Korea and Japan on his debut trip to Asia this week as concerns mount over North Korea’s missile program and tensions with China.
The two street urinals were installed on Tuesday near the Gare de Lyon train yard. Street peeing is a serious problem which has apparently plagued the capital of France for decades.
At least 17 Jewish centers in California, Colorado, Connecticut, New Jersey, New Mexico, Utah and Wisconsin received bomb threats within hours of each other Tuesday morning, according to Paul Goldenberg, director of Secure Community Network which advises Jewish groups and institutions