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Over 200 firms expected to join Tokyo meeting on Ukraine’s recovery

Around 100 businesses each from Japan and Ukraine are expected to participate in a conference later this month in Tokyo to promote the recovery of the Eastern European country, under invasion from...

US approves F-16 fighter jet sale to Turkey, F-35s to Greece after Turkey OKs...

 The Biden administration has approved the sale of F-16 fighter jets to Turkey following the Turkish government’s ratification this week of Sweden’s membership in NATO. The move is a significant development in the expansion...

An Israeli airstrike on the Syrian capital killed at least 5 Iranian advisers, officials...

An Israeli strike on the Syrian capital on Saturday destroyed a building used by the Iranian paramilitary Revolutionary Guard, killing at least five Iranians, Syrian and Iranian state media reported.

An Israeli airstrike on the Syrian capital killed at least 4 Iranian advisers, state...

 An Israeli strike on the Syrian capital on Saturday destroyed a building used by the Iranian paramilitary Revolutionary Guard, killing at least four Iranians, Syrian and Iranian state media reported.Iranian state television...

Qatari premier warns of massive destruction, says ‘Gaza is not there anymore’

Qatar’s prime minister warned on Tuesday of the massive destruction inflicted by Israel’s offensive on Gaza and criticized the Israeli defense minister’s rejection of a cease-fire in the battered enclave. The...

Israeli military says it found traces of hostages in an underground tunnel in Gaza

 The Israeli military said Wednesday it has found evidence that hostages were present in an underground tunnel in the Gaza Strip city of Khan Younis, which has become the focus of Israel’s ground offensive.The...

As conflicts rage abroad, a fractured Congress tries to rally support for historic global...

 As the Senate wrapped up its work for the year, Sen. Michael Bennet took to the floor of the nearly empty chamber and made a late-night plea for Congress to redouble support for...

Ukraine ends year disappointed by stalemate with Russia, and anxious about aid from allies

The year started with high hopes for Ukrainian troops planning a counteroffensive against Russia. It ended with disappointment on the battlefield, an increasingly somber mood among troops and anxiety about the future of Western aid for...

Kuwait’s ruling emir, Sheikh Nawaf Al Ahmad Al Sabah, dies at age 86

 Sheikh Nawaf Al Ahmad Al Sabah, Kuwait’s ruling emir, died on Saturday after a three-year, low-key reign focused on trying to resolve the tiny, oil-rich nation’s internal political disputes. He was 86.

Ahead of meeting with US envoy, Israeli president says now isn’t time to discuss...

 Israel’s president has joined the ranks of high-ranking Israeli officials to speak out against a two-state solution after the war in Gaza. In an interview with The Associated Press...