US President-elect Donald Trump shows no signs of withdrawing from his stance to improve ties with Russia.
In their latest meeting with Trump, US intelligence officials informed the president-elect that Russia has what they called compromising information on him.
According to new figures, the US dropped nearly three bombs every hour, 24 hours a day, in 2016.
Tensions are escalating in Ivory Coast, where a mutiny launched by army officers has spread to several cities across the African country.
There have been speculations lately about the poor health condition of the longest-reigning British monarch.
The US military had a busy year in the Middle East. But it’s now emerged that Africa has turned into one of the hot spots for the US military.
US President Barack Obama last week announced a new set of sanctions
As 2016 comes to an end, several top stories are expected to stretch into next year or even years to come.
There have recently been reports that Bahrain, along with a number of other Persian Gulf Arab states, is covertly seeking to normalize ties with Israel.
One hundred anti-Semitic incidents reportedly occurred in the US during the 10 days following the country's presidential election.
The foreign ministers of Russia, Iran, and Turkey met in Moscow to discuss the road ahead in Syria. An important party that was not invited was the United States.
A new report has hit headlines, unveiling US military’s agenda to increase cross border operations this time in Africa.
Britain is continuing to sell arms to what have been described as the rogue regimes of the Middle East.
The militants had no choice but to acquiesce to the deal after their heavy defeat in the battle for Aleppo.
Less than six weeks left to the inauguration of the new US president, the country's military is preparing to take a more aggressive approach in the fight against militant groups.
Several days ago, Khalifa Haftar, the military commander of the Libyan government based in the country's east, met Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov for talks.
Boris Johnson once again has proved his unwavering support for the Saudi war on Yemen, saying " a threshold has not been crossed” by Riyadh.
Only months after Britain voted to leave the European Union, concerns over the potential economic backlash from the move are already emerging.
The European Union has unveiled plans for a big rise in military spending.
Tensions between Turkey and the EU are on the rise. The escalation comes amid rising fears that the deal between Turkey and the bloc to contain the flow of refugees.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi surprised many, particularly in the Arab world, when he voiced his support for the Syrian government.
US President-elect Donald Trump is believed to have something up his sleeve for a change in US foreign policy on Syria.
New signs have emerged of what Syria and even Western observers have time and again called as a scenario to partition the country into several statelets.
Muslims on Sunday marked Arba’een. Millions gathered in the holy city of Karbala to mourn the 40th day after the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (PBUH).
Trump’s surprise victory in the US presidential election stunned Americans and many other people around the globe.
Nearly 20 months of relentless Saudi bombing and destruction in Yemen has caught the attention of The New York Times.
US President-elect Donald Trump has filled his transition team with the so-called Washington insiders and lobbyists.
Many are waiting to see what US President-elect Donald Trump's agenda for the Middle East is.
UK special forces in Iraq have reportedly been handed a list of 200 British members of terror groups to kill before they attempt to return to Britain.
Despite the fact that billions of dollars have been spent on election campaigns across the United States, millions of Americans are deprived of their right to vote.
Tensions continue to rise between the two neighbors over Ankara’s troop deployment on Iraqi territory.
Relations between the US and Russia have hit such a low that the fears of a confrontation between the two nuclear powered nations are becoming prevalent.
The Malaysian government is planning to sign a contract to purchase naval vessels from China when Prime Minister Najib Razak visits Beijing next week.
'On the News Line' will examine the Russian president's planned visit to Japan, the humanitarian situation in Yemen as well as the US election controversies.
The crisis in Syria is getting more complicated since Turkey launched its offensive in the north of the Arab country.
The president of the Philippines is increasingly projecting himself as a firebrand leader with a clear anti-US mentality.
Thousands of Iraqi forces are advancing on a number of strategic villages east of Mosul, the last strong hold of Daesh terrorists in Iraq.
Nearly a week after Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump clashed in the second presidential debate, the US election is overshadowed by issues excluding real politics.
Tensions continue between Russia and Western governments, including the UN Security Council's veto-holding powers the US, France and Britain, over Syria.
This program reviews Saudi Arabia's war on Yemen, anti-government protests in Ethiopia and the recent violence in Mali.
This program reviews simmering tensions between the US and Russia, Nigeria's crackdown on the Islamic Movement and Saudi Arabia's bloody attack on a Yemeni funeral.
A show of force by Taliban militants in Afghanistan: they have captured parts of the northern city of Kunduz.
Tensions are escalating in ties between the US and Russia as Moscow suspends a post-Cold War deal with the US on disposal of plutonium.
Tensions are once again mounting between India and Pakistan.
The 90-minute televised encounter between Clinton and Trump is believed to be the most-watched and highly-anticipated political showdown.
Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif warns Saudi Arabia of the repercussions of sponsoring terrorist groups in the region.
Tensions continue between the US and Russia over the Syrian conflict.
This program examines accusations facing the US of supporting Daesh, the new terror attacks in America and the situation in Aussie refugee centers.
This edition of 'On the News Lines' examines the Syrian truce, a US politician's leaked emails as well as the controversy over Hillary Clinton's health.
Washington has committed itself to give Tel Aviv at least 38 billion dollars in US tax payers money to Israel over the next decade.
North Korea’s nuclear tests appear to have stoked tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
US Congress allows 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia
A recent report has shed more light on US arms sales to the Riyadh regime.
Over two million Muslim pilgrims from around the globe are expected to make the journey to the Saudi city of Mecca to perform Hajj rituals amid concerns over the Saudi authorities’ incapability to ensure the safety of the pilgrims.
The issue of racism in the US is once again in the spotlight as football player Colin Kaepernick refuses to stand for the national anthem in protest at racial injustice.
A historic moment in modern Brazilian politics: Leftist President Dilma Rousseff has been ousted by a group of right-wing politicians.
Another deadly day in Yemen. This time in Aden, in the war-torn country’s south, which is under the control of the Saudi-backed pro-Hadi troops.
Nearly 10 hours of talks on the Syrian conflict between the US and Russia in Geneva ended without much progress.
Turkey returned to the headlines this past week after news emerged that its tanks had crossed the border into Syria.
Control Arms Coalition: The US, Britain and France must stop selling arms to Saudi Arabia to stop the killing of Yemeni civilians.
The war in Syria this past week moved towards a serious escalation between government troops and Kurdish forces over control of the flashpoint city.
Reports say Washington now considers Khalifa Haftar as a headache and someone who stands in the way of peace and unification in Libya.
At least 11 children were killed and dozens more wounded after Saudi-led warplanes targeted a religious school in northern Yemen on Saturday.
August 14 marks the tenth anniversary of the end of Israel’s 33-day war on Lebanon.
The US and its Western allies are looking for more military presence in South Sudan.
The Saudi Interior Ministry says its security experts are cooperating with their German peers over a suspected link between a Daesh terrorist and some potential patrons in the kingdom.
The normalization of ties between Israel and Saudi Arabia may had previously been a distant possibility.
The US has been expanding its military operations in different countries despite claims that Washington has restricted its involvement in conflicts overseas.
The Taliban say they sent a delegation to China earlier this month to discuss the situation in Afghanistan.
The notorious terrorist group known as the Nusrah Front has broken from al-Qaeda.
The announcement quickly hit the headlines in the Arab world and beyond. The Palestinian authority is to sue Britain over the 1917 Belfour Declaration.
The two sides have tried to hide it. But now Israel has confirmed that a Saudi delegation recently visited the occupied West Bank, where its head held talks with Israeli officials.
India has reportedly deployed around 100 tanks to the northern region of Ladakh along its border with China.
The coup in Turkey has been discussed from many angles since it happened and was defeated some seven days ago.
The fatal shootings of police officers in the city of Baton Rouge have left the US in shock days after a similar incident in Dallas Texas.
The world is still in shock over the horrible terror attack in the French city of Nice this past week.
The recent leadership shakeup in the UK, political developments in the US presidential race, and the latest in Sino-US tenstions are the headlines we are following for you in this eposide.
Indian-controlled Kashmir has been the scene of extreme violence following the killing of a pro-independence figure Burhan Wani by Indian troops.
Serious signs appeared last week that the international community is finally turning its attention to the deteriorating rights situation in Bahrain.
The long-awaited report on Britain’s role in the 2003 invasion of Iraq was finally released on Thursday amid a growing chorus of calls for then British prime minister Tony Blair to be punished for dragging the UK into the notorious, unpopular war.
The impacts of a deadly siege by ISIL terrorists in Bangladesh that left at least 20 hostages killed this past Friday still continue.
The war in Syria is set to witness some surprise turns. The US has reportedly offered to cooperate with Russia in fighting certain terrorist groups in Syria.
The ongoing war by Saudi Arabia and its allies on Yemen has clearly brought the role of the United Nations under question.
The aftershocks of UK's vote to quit the European Union continue. Now Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is in the crisis zone as he faces growing calls to step down.
Months of intense campaigning between the supporters and opponents of Britain’s exit from the European Union has come to an end with the Leave camp emerging victorious.
The Palestinian resistance movement, Hamas, rejects a so-called peace initiative by France aimed at reviving stalled Israeli-Palestinian talks.
The results of mayoral elections in Italy over the weekend are believed to have delivered a serious blow to Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his ruling Democratic Party.
The Israeli water war against Palestinians, US policy on Syria and the British referendum on EU membership are the headlines we are tracking for you in this episode of On the News Line.
Reports say Turkey's worries about an autonomous Kurdish region emerging in northern Syria could force it into easing up on demands that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad immediately exit.
The Orlando shooting, attempts to cover up the potential Saudi role in 9/11 and the anti-Russia sanctions are the headlines we are tracking for you in this episode of On the News Line.
The race to the White House saw several key turns this past week. Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton reached a crucial delegate milestone to present herself as the first woman to become the presumptive nominee of a major party.