In a conversation with TRT World, GNA leader Feyaz al Sarraj shone a light on some critical aspects of the Libyan conflict, including the militias that control large parts of the country.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange testified in his legal case against a Spanish private security firm that he claims spied on him while he was holed up in the Ecuadoran embassy in London.
The second official, also from the US intelligence community, has been interviewed by the inspector general.
President Donald Trump on Thursday named Joseph Maguire, the top US counterterrorism official, as Dan Coats's replacement at the agency that oversees 17 spy agencies. The same day deputy national intelligence director Sue Gordon quit.
Here's the number of top officials in Trump Administration who resigned or were fired over the last two years, with Dan Coats’s resignation being the latest one.
US President Donald Trump says he will nominate Republican Representative John Ratcliffe as the new US spy chief, as Dan Coats, the current director of national intelligence gets ready to step down on Aug 15.
The memorandum comes as the White House spars with congressional Democrats over the work of Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Mueller led a two-year investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election.
Comments by Pentagon chief Patrick Shanahan come amid a war of words between Washington and Tehran as both sides accuse the other of dangerously ratcheting up tensions.
Friction between Iran and the US has rattled lawmakers who demand more information on White House's claims of rising Iranian aggression.
The casualty figures are far lower than those reported by watchdog groups. The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan says at least 1,185 civilians were killed during operations conducted by pro-government forces in 2018.
Donald Trump's administration will celebrate Robert Mueller's report which couldn't conclude collusion with Russia and did not prove obstruction of justice on Trump's part. But was it even possible for Mueller to prove collusion?
The New York Times is reporting that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman authorised operations to silence dissent by what US authorities are calling the 'Rapid Intervention Group,' well before the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
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