President Donald Trump has defended “tough” agents of the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement amid mounting calls for the agency to be abolished.
Iran’s exports to Qatar grew at the fastest pace since Doha cut diplomatic and economic ties with a Saudi-led quartet last June, suggesting that the tiny Persian Gulf state remains resilient to pressures to change its policies.
Tehran has vehemently rejected a report by British media, which claimed that members of Afghanistan’s Taliban militant group are being trained in Iran, saying such accusations are meant to harm close relations between the two neighbors.
Looming sanctions on Iran coupled with reports of tightening US fuel inventories continue to drive oil prices higher, with Brent crude futures trading over $78.10 per barrel on Wednesday.
Over 1,000 people protested outside the federal courthouse for the Southern District of Texas in Brownsville on Thursday, decrying the separation of undocumented children from their parents.
Israel's Ha'aretz says Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and the Palestinian Authority (PA) have warned Israel about increasing Turkish activities in the occupied East Jerusalem al-Quds.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says his country has made a breakthrough in designing new weapons, which are years or even decades ahead of its rival countries.
Fighters of the Palestinian Hamas resistance movement have fired a dozen projectiles at the Israeli-occupied territories overnight after Tel Aviv’s military launched fresh assaults against the besieged Gaza Strip.