ANTAKYA, Turkey — The Turkish foreign minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, criticized the United States decision to arm a Syrian Kurdish militant group to aid in the battle against the Islamic State, saying that every weapon the group obtains is a threat to
PARIS — Everyone saw the hackers coming. The National Security Agency in Washington picked up the signs. So did Emmanuel Macron’s bare-bones technology team. And mindful of what happened in the American presidential campaign, the team created dozens of false email accounts, complete with phony documents, to confuse the attackers.
WASHINGTON — President Trump has approved a plan to arm Syrian Kurds so they can participate in the battle to retake Raqqa from the Islamic State, a strategy that has drawn deep opposition from
SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea elected Moon Jae-in, a human rights lawyer who favors dialogue with
Journalists gathered at the White House bombarded Lavrov and Tillerson with questions as they posed for photos before going to a separate room for a meeting. READ MORE: Lavrov to meet Trump in Washington, Kremlin confirms