WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Iran may have been behind Thursday's attack on Iraq's Balad air base, a senior U.S. State Department official said on Friday, but added that Washington was awaiting further evidence.
SIMI VALLEY, CALIFORNIA (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Friday he believed the U.S. military had sufficient capability in the Middle East for now to deter conflict, dismissing a report
Early on Oct. 15, a group of international investment bankers delivered some unwelcome news to top executives of Saudi Arabia’s giant oil company, Saudi Aramco. The bankers, gathered at Aramco’s headquarters
WASHINGTON—A resolution supporting a two-state solution to the Israeli- Palestinian conflict passed the House, underscoring the tension between Democrats and Republicans on policy in the region. The resolution
Powerful Senate chairman moves toward sanctions crackdown on Turkey as talks over weapons purchase falter
(CNN) — Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Jim Risch was willing to give Turkey space to consider a US proposal to address its purchases of the Russian S-400 missile defense system. That window