Home » Archives by category » World News (Page 2408)

Japan’s Premier Visits Trump Amid Troubles Both Foreign And Domestic

As he meets the U.S. president at Mar-a-Lago, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is facing roiling political scandals at home, and waning influence abroad.

Chemical Weapons Inspectors Still Awaiting Access To Site Of Alleged Chemical Attack

NPR’S Ari Shapiro speaks with British Ambassador Peter Wilson about the investigation by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons into the use of chemical weapons in Syria.

Why West, amid horrors of modern war, is struggling to set red lines

A “red line” against the gassing of civilians has been drawn. The film is called The New Barbarianism, and was made by former PBS NewsHour foreign editor Justin Kenny in partnership with the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Stud…

Trump’s attack on Syria: a bias for hope?

Twice within a year, President Trump has ordered missiles fired on Syria’s military for its use of chemical weapons on innocent people. In his second response on April 13, Mr. Trump doubled the number of missiles. The slaughter in Syria is largely ex…

Weibo Bans Gay Content — And Quickly Reverses Itself After An Outcry

The massive social media company drew outrage for lumping gay-themed content in with violent and pornographic material.

Forget prom king – they’re running for governor

Jack Bergeson, the garrulous 17-year-old Democrat running for Kansas governor, hadn’t even bothered to put his phone number on his campaign website until recently – because everyone already seemed to have it. “National networks all have my stuff,” say…

Iraqis Protest U.S.-Led Airstrikes Against Syria

Slogans were shouted and American and Israeli flags burned in protests in three major Iraqi cities following a call from a former leader of an anti-U.S. militia.

U.S. To Announce New Economic Sanctions On Russia

In a CBS interview, Nikki Haley, the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, says new sanctions would target companies in Russia providing assistance to Syria in its chemical weapons production.

Morning News Brief

Former FBI Director James Comey told ABC News that Donald Trump is morally unfit to be president. Following weekend U.S.-led airstrikes on Syria, what is the administration’s future commitment there?

Russia: Syria Shot Down Some Missiles During U.S.-Led Airstrikes

Rachel Martin talks to Russian journalist Vladimir Pozner about Russia’s response to the U.S., France and U.K. launching a missile attack on suspected chemical weapons sites in Syria.

How Long Will U.S. Forces Stay In Syria?

The White House says President Trump still wants to pull troops from Syria as soon as possible. This follows weekend airstrikes after allegations that Syria used chemical weapons on civilians.

Recent Comments