US orders troops in Syria to remove Kurdish emblem

US orders troops in Syria to remove Kurdish emblem

US troops who were photographed in Syria wearing the emblem of a Kurdish armed group on their uniforms have been ordered to remove the patches, a military spokesman said. The Americans, part of a US-led coalition battling the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group, were working alongside a coalition of Kurdish and Arab troops north of ISIL’s More...

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Saudi Arabia and Iran fail to reach deal on Hajj

Saudi Arabia and Iran fail to reach deal on Hajj

Saudi Arabia and Iran have failed to reach a deal on arrangements for Iranians to attend this year’s Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, with officials from both countries trading accusations on who was to blame More...

Smithsonian returns Maori remains to New Zealand

Smithsonian returns Maori remains to New Zealand

The Smithsonian Institution has returned the remains of 54 indigenous people, including four mummified Maori heads, to a New Zealand museum. The New Zealand Museum Te Papa Tongarewa works to preserve the country’s More...

US Congress Slams Spain for Allowing Russian Ships Into Its Ports

US Congress Slams Spain for Allowing Russian Ships Into Its Ports

Washington is apparently quite with some of NATO’s European members, particularly Spain, for letting Russian ships refuel and resupply in their ports that the latest version of the National Defense Authorization More...

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E.U. hits North Korea with transportation, luxury goods sanctions

The European Union is hitting Pyongyang with its toughest sanctions yet – which include a ban on all aircraft and ships coming to and from North Korea. The ban was announced a week after Brussels expanded sanctions More...

Putin says Romania, Poland may be targeted over new U.S

Putin says Romania, Poland may be targeted over new U.S.-led NATO missile bases

For the first time this year, Russian President Vladimir Putin visited a country of the European Union, and used the occasion to warn a couple of former Soviet Bloc nations against siding with the United States More...

South Korea to pay out $400M in compensation for Kaesong shutdown

South Korea to pay out $400M in compensation for Kaesong shutdown

The decision to terminate the Kaesong Industrial Complex is coming with a hefty price tag for Seoul. South Korean businesses forced to shut down operations at the jointly operated factory park in North Korea are More...

Oman asks U.S. for F-16 support service

Oman asks U.S. for F-16 support service

Oman is requesting continued logistics services and equipment for its F-16 fighters through the U.S. Foreign Military Sales program. The U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency, which manages the FMS program, notified More...

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