In a region that has seen U.S. peace efforts come and go, Trump’s bid meets a tough audience.
The summoning of the U.S. ambassador marks a sharp escalation in a diplomatic rift over a violent confrontation between protesters and guards.
The meeting will bring together two leaders with radically different views.
At the same time, Abe has set an ambitious timetable for revising the constitution to amend its postwar pacifist codes.
At the least, it's the first time a president has made the journey.
The president had harsh language for Iran, saying that “all nations of conscience must work together to isolate” Iran, and he also offered no criticism of the Saudi-led war in Yemen. Trump yoked U.S. policy to the Sunni agenda of the Saudis.
The world according to Trump and Netanyahu: The people "love" them but the media does not.
The crackdown extended far beyond those suspected of roles in a July failed coup, Amnesty said.
Israelis welcome Trump’s calls for closer ties, but fear promises made to Muslim leaders.
Apprehensions by the Border Patrol have fallen sharply this year.
Cash-strapped U.N. health agency spends less on AIDS, tuberculosis other diseases.
Palestinians call the money “salaries” or “social welfare benefits.” Israelis say it is used to incite violence.
Weary of the pronouncements of U.S. leaders, some in the Arab world noted the lucrative deals announced during Trump’s trip.
American doctor Roland Yearwood, who died near the summit, had returned to the mountain after surviving the 2015 Nepal earthquake.
A Finnish woman was also missing and possibly kidnapped after militants stormed the compound.
For the lifetime warrior, the role of peacemaker is an uneasy fit.
Agreements outline arms sales, investments and a shared ‘strategic vision’ for U.S.-Saudi relations.
A huge portion of the dollar figure reflects money invested in and goods made in the KSA, the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, not in the USA.
The White House is stymied on a plan to add the Saudi ISIS branch to a terrorist list.
Saudi Arabia’s energy minister says he doesn’t expect any objections to a nine-month extension to the output cut deal between OPEC and none-OPEC members through March 2018.
Tensions are mounting between French far-right leader Marine Le Pen and her National Front party’s No. 2 figure over whether the party should abandon its push to quit the shared euro currency.
President Donald Trump on Monday defended himself against allegations he divulged classified information in a recent meeting with Russian diplomats, saying alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that he never identified Israel in his Oval Office conversation.
Israeli police said a Palestinian attacker was killed after he tried to stab officers near Jerusalem as President Donald Trump visited the city on Monday, while clashes erupted in the West Bank as Palestinians declared a strike in solidarity with hundreds of hunger striking prisoners held in Israeli jails.
As President Donald Trump became the first sitting U.S. president to visit the hallowed Western Wall on Monday, it remained unclear whether his administration was changing longstanding U.S. policy by declaring the wall’s location to be Israel, versus Jerusalem.
A protester died and several more were injured during clashes with police Monday in southern Tunisia, where tense protests over unemployment have gone on for weeks, a doctor at a local hospital said.