Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has inaugurated the country’s new parliament, though dozens of seats remained empty amid ongoing claims of election fraud.
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By the end of 2019, fighting in Yemen will have claimed about 102,000 lives, according to new figures from the United Nations that indicate the war has killed far more people than previously reported.
Just how powerful is the United States? Is it still the unipolar power, able to impose its will on adversaries, allies, and neutrals, and force them—however reluctantly—to go along with policies they think are foolish, dangerous, or simply contrary to their interests? Or are there clear and sign
This week, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo moved to end sanctions waivers on Iranian oil—a major step to increase financial pressure on Tehran.
Judge still needs to approve the agreement, which establishes list of topics Mr. Musk can’t communicate without preapproval Elon Musk reached a deal Friday with U.S.