There’s a loophole in U.S. sanctions that allows violent militia groups to transport olives stolen in Syria to be processed in Turkey and then exported to U.S. stores.
Under the assault of Azerbaijani artillery, Martin Ghulyan digs graves for Armenian soldiers. Every day, he hopes that his son on the frontlines will not end up in one of them.
Hatice Cengiz filed a lawsuit against MBS and other officials, alleging the dissident journalist’s murder was the “culmination of weeks of planning and conspiratorial actions.”
A top Netanyahu consigliere threatened to release incriminating evidence about the attorney general if corruption charges against the prime minister are not dropped.
Trump’s plan to sell the world’s most expensive fighter jets to the UAE will only increase a deadly weapons splurge that threatens to spiral out of control.
A former Kurdish opposition figure, who had settled in the Netherlands, discovered the hard way that there is no such thing as a peaceful retirement for Iranian dissidents.
The group of fake accounts planted pro-United Arab Emirates opinion articles in various right-wing publications.