Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin will meet with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu to possibly discuss US arms supplies to Israel.
Russia's deputy foreign minister raised concerns over what he said was increasing Black Sea naval activity by powers that did not have a coastline in the region, an apparent reference to the United States.
Russian diplomat participating in talks to save 2015 JCPOA accord says meeting in Vienna has been "successful," though salvage efforts will take time.
Insurgent group says its fighters will be "compelled to" fight foreign forces if the US fails to meet the May 1 deadline to withdraw its remaining soldiers from Afghanistan.
Malaysia's foreign ministry denounced North Korea's move as unwarranted and disruptive to regional peace, adding that the extradition of North Korean man Mun Chol Myong had been carried out according to law.
The comments were made during meetings in Anchorage, Alaska, where US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said China's actions "threaten the rules-based order that maintains global stability."
In human history, no state has maintained as many bases around the world as the United States, experts say.
New American intelligence report rules out Chinese meddling in the 2020 US presidential elections.
It is an unprecedented power spread, but Washington has established military bases and deployed troops across all seven continents.
President Joe Biden okays air strike against a structure belonging to what the US says were Iran-backed militia.
In a superseding indictment, the US has charged six people allegedly connected to far-right fringe group Oath Keepers for conspiring to storm the Capitol. The remaining three defendants were previously indicted for conspiracy in January.
President Joe Biden has said the US' traditional allies should once again have confidence in Washington's leadership, in his first major international address on foreign policy.
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