U.S. President Donald Trump announced during his State of the Union message on Tuesday a second summit meeting with the North Korean counterpart Kim Jong Un will take place in February.
Morocco officially declared withdrawal from the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen.
The United Nations criticised stakeholders in the Venezuelan crisis on Wednesday that the provision of humanitarian relief to the country shall not be used as leverage to attain political purposes.
Residents in the Rukban refugee camp in Jordan were exhilarated on Wednesday to see the arrival of a U.N. convoy bringing important humanitarian aid to the area.
The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) took one more important step towards NATO on Wednesday, seeking to achieve its entry to the alliance.
The Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov argued on Monday that both countries’ suspension of the INF Treaty provisions would not necessarily lead to a new Cold War confrontation.
Washington has attempted to spur a fresh round of direct talks with the Palestinian Authority and international stakeholders, implementing this time the Twitter social media platform.
Two parallel but not coordinated offensives held in Syria’s easternmost part on Saturday by the U.S. and the Syrian Arab army against the remaining Jihadist cells of the Islamic State (IS).
The Black Sea resort of Sochi will host the three heads of Iran, Russia and Turkey on 14 February.
Iran announced on Saturday the successful launch of new cruise missiles extending more than 1.350 kilometres in radius.