Unclassified documents of a secret Israeli meeting held 51 years ago reveal plans of a massive transfer of Palestinians to Paraguay—a program that prompted a PLO terror attack.
The ammonium nitrate that incinerated Beirut was bound for Mozambique, where explosives often end up on the black market for mining operations with dubious human-rights records.
The WeChat app in Trump’s bullseye is essential for doing business inside China—and there is scant evidence TikTok’s founder is a close ally of Beijing.
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya is now in exile, and made hints at ominous threats against her and her children.
A letter from security officials to the president and PM pleading they secure 2,750 metric tons of ammonium nitrate in the port before it destroys the city was sent July 20.
Jimmy Lai, outspoken owner of the pro-democracy Apple Daily, is accused of violating Beijing’s new national-security law, just days after U.S. sanctions against top city officials.
Five members of a threatened community are still missing after being disappeared by men in police uniforms—the latest in a long line of attacks against activists.