Israeli forces bombed Iranian military installations in Syria on Wednesday in response to “20 rockets” fired by the Iranian forces, which were fired after Israel fired on an Iranian base in Syria on Tuesday, the day Israel ordered Human Rights Watch to leave the country.
VIDEO - TNA Contributor Christian Gomez analyzes and exposes the false claims that U.S. entry into TPP agreement would somehow hurt or contain Communist China in the Asia Pacific.
DALLAS, Texas — On a recent trip to the United States, leaders of AfriForum, Africa's largest civil-rights organization, exposed the South African government's growing extremism, including official plans to steal land from European-descent farmers as well as escalating calls for violence and murder against minority communities. Indeed, violence, especially against farmers, is already off the charts.
Vice President Mike Pence (shown on right) asked the OAS (Organization of American States) to suspend Venezuela, and our UN ambassador Nikki Haley called on Venezuela's Marxist dictator, Nicolas Maduro, to step down.
Will President Trump's decision to move the American embassy in Israel to their capital city of Jerusalem touch off violence?
When creditors gather like vultures to pick over the bones of what's left of Maduro's regime, can his demise be far behind?
Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Union’s executive arm, thinks the EU should borrow more heavily from what he calls the "creative aspirations" of Karl Marx.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed Monday that “Iran lied” about not having a nuclear weapons development program. In fact, along with an impressive multimedia presentation, Netanyahu displayed “half a ton” of Iranian files — including “55,000 pages” and “another 55,000 files on 183 CDs” that “Israel obtained” from Iran in a “great intelligence achievement.” Netanyahu called the files “new and conclusive proof” that Iran has a program to develop nuclear weapons. But do the files prove what Netanyahu claims?
Given Kim’s past reputation as a hardliner, it is difficult to envision the North Korean agreeing to any denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula that does not include a U.S. commitment to eliminate U.S. nuclear-armed planes and ships from the area.