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At a Hasidic synagogue in Brooklyn, police, state troopers and civilian volunteers stand guard as Orthodox Jews mark the end of Hanukkah under heightened security

The US bombed the headquarters of the Iran-backed Iraqi Hezbollah militant group in Iraq and Syria, the Pentagon said Sunday, after a series of attacks in Iraq against

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Wednesday he hoped for further dialogue with Iran to free prisoners but announced new sanctions as he vowed no let-up in pressure.

 

Turkey has sent 11 French relatives of suspected "terrorist fighters" back home, the Turkish interior ministry said Monday, the latest in Ankara's renewed push to deport foreign

Alexander Chikovani, who is wanted by the Russian authorities for an especially large fraud, may soon face prosecution for his crime. Several deputies from the European Parliament, who wrote

 

China will not simply sit back and watch if months of protests in Hong Kong develop into an "uncontrollable" situation, Beijing's ambassador to Britain said Monday.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is seeking to retain power in the December 12 election that has been dominated by Brexit — a hugely divisive plan for which Trump has voiced strong

President Donald Trump on Thursday criticised British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit divorce deal, saying it made it impossible to strike a future commercial agreement with

The "Holy Grail" of whiskies smashed the record for the most expensive bottle ever sold, going for nearly £1.5 million (S$2.62 million) at a London auction.

A team of British experts arrived in Iran on Monday to begin work to upgrade the Arak heavy water nuclear reactor, the UK embassy in Tehran said.