What’s Inside Trump’s Middle East Peace Plan?
U.S. officials prepare to release the details of Trump’s long-awaited proposal, with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House.
WHO Chief Arrives in China Amid Growing Virus Fears
Global health experts are mounting a response to the Wuhan coronavirus, as China’s official figures rise.
Trump Will Unveil Middle East Peace Plan At Last
Israeli leaders get a chance to see the long-awaited peace proposal at the White House next week.
World Leaders Mark Auschwitz Liberation Without Poland
Disagreements between Poland and Russia cast a shadow over the World Holocaust Forum in Jerusalem.
WHO Could Declare Wuhan Coronavirus a Global Emergency
With a new respiratory illness spreading in China and beyond, the World Health Organization has called an expert panel to meet today.
Trump Set to Speak at Davos as Impeachment Trial Begins
The U.S. president’s advisors see the World Economic Forum as a chance to show that he’s committed to his duties.
Lebanon’s Protests Spiral
Amid political and economic crisis, anti-government protesters and riot police clashed in Beirut over the weekend.
Germany Seeks to Broker Cease-Fire in Libya
After failed efforts in Moscow, European powers hope for a peace deal in Berlin.
Did Putin Just Extend His Rule?
After a sudden constitutional shake-up, the Russian president is poised to keep a leading role in the country’s politics.
European Powers Censure Iran Over Nuclear Breaches
Britain, France, and Germany trigger a last-ditch mechanism, desperate to bring Iran back in line with the 2015 nuclear deal.
U.S. Announces New Sanctions on Venezuela
The United States is again punishing Maduro’s regime, arguing it moved to take over the legislature.
Protests Put Iran’s Leadership on the Defensive
Iranian demonstrators are ramping up pressure on the government after it admitted the military mistakenly shot down a commercial plane last week.
Taiwan Set for Critical Vote
Taiwanese voters go to the polls in an election that politicians say is all about China.
France Is Still on Strike
After more than a month of walkouts, French unions and the government haven’t reached a compromise over planned pension reform.
Iran Retaliates for Suleimani Strike
The White House is weighing action after Iran attacks U.S. military targets in Iraq.
U.S. Allies Urge Restraint With Iran
States are distancing themselves from the U.S. assassination of Suleimani, as the Trump administration blocks Iran’s top diplomat from speaking at the U.N.
U.S. Faces Fallout Over Suleimani Killing
The U.S. targeted strike against the top Iranian general already has major regional consequences.
Iran Vows to Avenge U.S. Killing of Suleimani
Suleimani managed Iran’s covert military operations and intelligence gathering in the Middle East.
Militia Group Withdraws From U.S. Embassy, More Troops Deploy to Region
4,000 troops expected to deploy to Middle East as U.S. mulls response
Hong Kong Braces for New Year’s Protests
Pro-democracy activists plan to start 2020 with another massive march through Hong Kong.
Somalia Reels From Deadly Bombing
The al-Shabab militant group has been blamed for Somalia’s deadliest terror attack in more than two years.
India Is Still Grappling With Mass Protests
Modi’s government is forced to go on the defensive amid unrest over controversial citizenship law.
Hong Kong Rallies in Solidarity With Uighurs
Activists in Hong Kong link their pro-democracy struggle with the plight of Muslim minorities in China.
The U.S. Could Send Mexican Asylum Seekers to Guatemala
The United States is sending migrants from Mexico back across the border as Trump invokes immigration in his 2020 campaign.