Bernie Sanders drew a contrast with establishment favourite Joe Biden by noting Sanders fought a 2002 measure to authorise military action against Iraq. Elizabeth Warren and Sanders locked horns over his alleged statement "a woman can't defeat Trump.
President Reuven Rivlin asks parliament to find a premier or a new general election will be called for early 2020, as incumbent Benjamin Netanyahu, facing indictment, and rival Benny Gantz fail to form government.
The US House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted in favour of recognizing the events of 1915 as the 'Armenian Genocide'. Turkey rejected the resolution and criticised it for being a response to its Operation Peace Spring in northern Syria.
Washington's support for the YPG in arms and cash compelled Ankara to take military measures in northern Syria.
The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act, a measure passed by the House, would require the US secretary of state to certify each year that Hong Kong retained its autonomy in order to receive special treatment as a major financial center.
Indian premier was joined by US President Trump and other US politicians despite widespread criticism over his policies on Kashmir.
The new US policy would effectively deny asylum to nearly all migrants arriving at the southern border who aren't from Mexico.
Despite US lawmakers previously expressing concerns about the rule of law in Hungary, one lawmaker is trying to pass a motion praising the Hungarian leader.
The White House announced that the sanctions freeze any assets of Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif in the United States or controlled by US entities.
From US President Donald Trump signing a bill to benefit 9/11 victims to flooding in Pakistan, here are some of the top images making the news on July 29 and July 30, 2019.
Professor Edward Erickson says Turkey’s S-400 acquisition is a ‘political problem’ rather than a military problem for the US but doesn’t think Turkey’s role in NATO will be affected by the F-35 issue.
"I've had a good relationship with President [Recep Tayyip] Erdogan," US President Donald Trump told reporters during a Cabinet meeting.
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