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Kremlin digs in on Assad as Rex Tillerson arrives in Moscow
Rex Tillerson landed in Moscow today for his first visit as U.S. secretary of state amid unpromising circumstances, with the Kremlin glowering over the U.S. missile strikes on Syria last week and Russia and the United States at loggerheads over the conflict. In the weeks after President Trump’s
G-7 ministers appeal to Russia on Syria but reject sanctions
The Group of Seven industrialized nations on Tuesday urged Russia to pressure the Syrian government to end the six-year civil war, but rejected a British call to impose new sanctions on Moscow over its support of President Bashar Assad
The Latest: UK's Johnson says more Russia sanctions possible
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says there could still be new sanctions imposed on Russian military officers over their support for the Syrian government _ even though G-7 allies ignored his call for new punitive measures against Moscow
White House facing a high-stakes global showdown
Russian and Iranian commanders threaten to retaliate against any future US military actions.
Attack near British Parliament rattles London
Authorities say the attack near British Parliament is being treated as terrorism.
Attack near UK Houses of Parliament declared terrorism: Police
London's Metropolitan Police said an attack near the Houses of Parliament in which an assailant apparently plowed a car into pedestrians and an officer was stabbed has been declared a terrorist incident.
ANALYSIS: What we learned from Rex Tillerson's debut on the world stage
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson made his debut on the world stage this week, traveling to Bonn, Germany, for the Group of 20 summit where he met with his counterparts from more than a dozen countries. It was the first opportunity for the former Exxon Mobil CEO to show off the vaunted management
ISIS Supporters Using Trump Travel Ban for Propaganda
Many US counter-terror officials fear the President is unwittingly stoking the radicalization fires of ISIS recruitment with his travel ban of seven predominantly Muslim countries.
Donald Trump Brings Gold Curtains, Winston Churchill Bust to the Oval Office
The Trump administration's interior design changes to the Oval Office came into view for the first time Friday when the newly inaugurated president invited the press in as he signed his first executive order . Gone are the deep red curtains that hung in the office during the Obama presidency,
Netanyahu, Trudeau, Pope and Other World Leaders React to Inauguration of Donald Trump
Donald Trump was officially sworn in as the 45th president of the United States at the Capitol today, and leaders from around the world offered well wishes and congratulations to America's new commander in chief. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tweeted his congratulations to his "friend."