Israel says air strike in Syria sent 'no immunity' message to Iran

JERUSALEM/DAMASCUS (Reuters) - Israel said on Sunday an air strike against an arm of Iran's Revolutionary Guards in Syria that it accused of planning "killer drone attacks" showed Tehran that its forces were vulnerable anywhere. A senior Revolutionary Guards commander denied that Iranian

Iranian official Javad Zarif arrives unexpectedly at G7 amid tensions. Trump's response? 'No comment

Iranian official Mohammad Zarif arrived unexpectedly at the G7 meeting in France, a dramatic move that seemed likely to highlight U.S. isolation.

France says it told G7 partners "early enough" of Iran's Zarif visit

France told its G7 partners of the Iranian foreign minister's surprise visit for side talks at a summit as soon as it was possible, a French official said on Sunday, after the White House said the move had surprised President Donald Trump. Asked why other countries weren't told earlier of the

Bolivia president does about-face and will now accept aid to put out wildfires

Bolivian President Evo Morales did an about-face on Sunday and said he was now open to international aid to fight the blazes that have engulfed rural villages and doubled in size since Thursday. Morales is also suspending his campaign for re-election for at least a week, just two months from election

Economic storm clouds hovering over Trump and global leaders

Under the threatening clouds of a global economic slowdown, President Donald Trump is confronting the consequences of his preference to go it alone, with low expectations that the leaders of the richest democracies can make substantive progress on an array of issues at their summit in France. The meeting

Lebanese army says drones that hit Hezbollah stronghold were Israeli

Lebanon's army said two drones that hit Hezbollah's stronghold in south Beirut on Sunday were Israeli, while the Shiite group said one of the aircraft damaged its media centre. "Two drones belonging to the Israeli enemy violated Lebanese airspace (at dawn)... over the southern suburbs of

Justice Department: Psychologist removed Jeffrey Epstein from suicide watch

The Justice Department said it was limited in what could be disclosed because of three continuing investigations into the death led by the FBI, the department's inspector general and the Bureau of Prisons.

Iran's Zarif arrives for surprise G7 talks, no plan to meet U.S.

In a surprise move, Iran's foreign minister flew in for talks at the group of seven leaders' summit on Sunday as French President Emmanuel Macron ramps up efforts to ease tensions between Tehran and Washington, although a U.S.-Iran meeting was not scheduled. European leaders have struggled to

The Latest: Iran imposes sanctions on US think tank

Iran's Foreign Ministry says it has imposed sanctions on the Washington-based Foundation for Defense of Democracies and its CEO for its role in promoting sanctions and "economic terrorism" against Iran. A Saturday report by Iranian media, including the semi-official Fars news agency, quoted

The Latest: Trump dining with G-7 leaders in France

President Donald Trump is dining with world leaders attending the annual Group of Seven summit in France. The French presidency has chosen five local chefs, all with Michelin stars, to prepare meals featuring local Basque cuisine for the summit. President Donald Trump French and French President Emmanuel

Trump: 'Chosen one' remark was sarcasm

Trump made the remarks before leaving for the G7 summit in france.

Police are trying to arrest their way out of a mass shooting epidemic, and experts warn that law enf

The arrests won't fully or permanently stop a person determined to inflict mass death — and the US is nowhere near close to tackling the root causes.