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Three US servicemen killed in Jordanian Syrian border Attack

Three US Army soldiers were killed and at least 34 were injured in a drone attack on a base in northeast Jordan, US officials...

Ecuadorian president says over 38 countries offer help to tackle violence

More than 38 countries have offered to help Ecuador tackle a wave of violence unleashed by "terrorist" gangs linked to drug trafficking, Ecuadorian President...

139 prison guards, officials still captive at Ecuadorian prisons

Inmates at five prisons in Ecuador continue to hold some 125 prison guards and 14 administrative officials captive following riots and mutinies on Monday,...

U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin diagnosed with prostate cancer

U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin was diagnosed with prostate cancer in December and underwent a minimally invasive procedure, Walter Reed National Military Center officials...

Ecuador TV station hostage crisis ends

A group of masked gunmen who stormed the headquarters of TC Television in Guayaquil, Ecuador, and took several journalists and employees hostage, have been...

Call for Ceasefire Echoes Through Church During President Joe Biden’s Address

President Joe Biden was interrupted by protesters calling for a ceasefire in the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas during his speech at Mother...

Vehicle crashes into White House exterior gate

A vehicle crashed into an exterior gate of the White House complex in Washington Monday evening, the U.S. Secret Service said. "Shortly before 6 p.m....

Iran says Red Sea developments outcomes of Israeli occupation, war against Gaza

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani said on Monday the recent developments in the Red Sea are the outcomes of Israel's occupation of the...

California law banning guns in public once again blocked

A recent California law prohibiting the possession of guns in most public spaces has faced another setback following a ruling from a U.S. appeals...

U.S. Supreme Court agrees to review Trump’s Colorado ballot eligibility

The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to take up whether former President Donald Trump can be disqualified from appearing on Colorado's primary ballot,...

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