Just after the announcement that Iran has breached its limit of enriched uranium, “Iranian prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for several individuals accused of spying for the United States.”
A young journalist named Andy Ngo of Portland was hospitalized after being attacked for his views. Ngo is gay and of Asian descent. Must be a right-wing homophobic hate crime similar to Jussie Smollett, right?
The Associated Press reported on the latest round of peace talks with the United States and Afghanistan. The Taliban wants to rewrite an agreement “in which American forces would withdraw from Afghanistan in exchange for […]
The United States and Iran don’t appear to be coming to a kumbaya moment any time soon. Now it’s getting personal. We watched as Trump and North Korean’s Kim Jong sling insults back and forth, but that was so last year.
As tensions are escalating with Iran, the Pentagon has released video of a “U.S. Navy drone that was shot out of the sky over the Strait of Hormuz by Iran.” Military officials are calling this an “unprovoked attack.”
A 21-year-old Syrian refugee who was admitted to the United States on August 1, 2016 “was arrested based on a federal complaint that charged him with one count of attempting to provide material support and resources to the Islamic State, a designated foreign terrorist organization” The Hill reports.
American-backed forces liberated the last territory controlled by ISIS-fighters Thursday; ending a “brutal empire” that at its peak ruled over eight million people across the Middle East.