Tiger Woods continued his erratic comeback to competitive golf with a frustrating opening-round 77 at the Dubai Desert Classic.
DOVER AIR FORCE BASE, Del. The U.S. military said on Wednesday it was looking into whether more civilians were killed in a raid on al Qaeda in Yemen on the weekend, in the first operation authorized by President Donald Trump as commander in chief.
WASHINGTON The White House put Iran “on notice” on Wednesday for test-firing a ballistic missile and said it was reviewing how to respond, taking an aggressive posture toward Tehran that could raise tensions in the region.
BET EL, West Bank For many in the Israeli settlement of Bet El, deep in the occupied West Bank, Donald Trump’s choice of Jared Kushner as his senior adviser on the Middle East is a sign of politics shifting in their favor.
He also stressed that he does not need extra powers to order the military into action, while saying he does not need to declare martial law, as he has threatened to do before.
SEOUL U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said he would sound out ally South Korea on efforts to address North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs as he arrived in Seoul on Thursday, including plans to deploy a U.S.
Recorded at the Chimelong Safari Park in Guangzhou, northwest of Hong Kong, the man can be seen being dragged by the arm across the ground while fellow workers chase after the pair.
An official note containing the same objections preceded the ambassador’s summoning. “The Foreign Ministry today summoned the Russian ambassador to repeat the protests,” the Norwegian Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday.
Britain has granted posthumous pardons to thousands of gay and bisexual men who were convicted of sexual offenses under laws that have since been abolished, the government said on Tuesday, according to Reuters.