US military planes carrying aid arrive near Venezuelan border
Self-declared interim President Juan Guaido has vowed to bring aid into the country and set up a volunteer network for citizens to participate. Nicolas Maduro denounced the aid as a planned US invasion in disguise.
Iran confirms test of ballistic missiles
An Iranian Revolutionary Guard commander said: "Iran needs no permission from foreign countries" to test missiles. The US, Britain and France claim the tests flout restrictions on Tehran's military program.
Friendly fire: How united Is NATO?
The NATO summit in the shadow of American scoldings: US president Donald Trump demands higher defense expenditures, especially from Germany. But there is growing concern Trump could be making agreements with Vladimir Putin - at the expense of long-standing allies.
Kim & Trump: Big Deal?
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump shook hands for the first time in Singapore on Tuesday. The two men went on to sign a declaration committing themselves to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
Helping the devastated Syrian city of Raqqa recover
US planes and militias on the ground fought for months to drive the self-styled Islamic State out of Raqqa. But the liberated city now lies in ruins. While the US has been providing aid for its stabilization, much more is needed to rebuild the city.
U.S. opposed to Koreas' plan for no-fly zone over border
U.S. opposed to Koreas' plan for no-fly zone over border.
US, UK, others won't help Nigeria stop looting of public funds - Falana
Renowned legal luminary and activist, Femi Falana, has said Western nations comprising US, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Germany among others would not help Nigeria in her prolonged fight against looting of public funds and their transfer to the Western countries by looters.
Olive farmers in Trump’s firing line
Spanish olives have become another victim of the transatlantic trade dispute. They’re a popular product in the US, but Donald Trump has lost his appetite. He’s slapped hefty import duties on them, apparently to protect Californian olive farmers.
Capital Gazette: in mourning but still at work
The Capital Gazette - one of the US's oldest newspapers - still hit newsstands less than 24 hours after 5 of its staff were shot dead. The local publication paid tribute to those lost, alongside reports of the massacre.
G7 Summit; Spain's new government; Violence in Nicaragua
As the heads of state arrive in Canada, US isolationism is at the forefront of discussion. Is the US stronghold on global diplomacy about to break? The panel also touches on Italy and Spain, beginning two startlingly different paths of government.