WASHINGTON President Donald Trump on Friday will tighten rules on Americans traveling to Cuba and significantly restrict U.S. companies from doing business with Cuban enterprises controlled by the military, according to U.S.
“The early warning system has already been built, but I think that its additional elements should be deployed there [in the Arctic],” Ozerov told RIA Novosti. The senator said he was talking about a radar station as well as ground, air and space surveillance systems.
Multiple attackers attempted to penetrate the Al Zahra mosque on the western side of Kabul at the sunset service, which marks the end of the daily fast during the holy month of Ramadan.
Following a swirl of reports to the contrary, the Warriors said earlier this week that no decision had been made on whether the team would accept the traditional invitation to visit the White House.
ERBIL, Iraq Iraqi forces said they were about to complete the encirclement of Islamic State’s stronghold in the Old City of Mosul, after taking control of a neighboring district on Thursday.
Tee times for the second round of the 2017 US Open golf at Erin Hills in Wisconsin.
SEOUL, South Korea — One American who was held captive in North Korea said he was interrogated up to 15 hours a day by officials who wanted him to confess to plotting to overthrow their government.
Britain’s rising star Cameron Norrie has been awarded a wild card to the Aegon Championships at Queen’s Club, which begins next week.
A returning Roger Federer admitted he was “not so shocked” to have suffered a surprise defeat to 39-year-old Tommy Haas in Stuttgart on Wednesday.
MOSCOW President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday Russia was ready for a constructive dialogue with the United States. “We do not view USA as our enemy,” Putin said during his annual question-and-answer session with Russian citizens.