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  • Saudi-led airstrikes target Yemen rebels advancing on port of Aden

    Saudi-led warplanes carried out an intensive bombardment of Yemen's Houthi rebels on Thursday after the Iranian-backed insurgents ignored a short-lived reprieve and pressed their advance toward the strategic port city of Aden. Reports from the...
  • The Mideast's new reality

    The Mideast's new reality
    The multiple wars roiling the Middle East have rarely made for stranger bedfellows than the U.S. and Iran, which unexpectedly now find themselves backing opposite sides in some conflicts while simultaneously working hand-in-hand against mutual foes in...
  • Iran nuke deal makes no sense with ayatollah threatening US, Israel

    WASHINGTON "Of course, yes, death to America," Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei declared just last month, echoing the crowd chants as he marked the Persian new year. Seeking to turn the recent nuclear accord into a final deal, President Obama says he...
  • Iran deal beats any alternative offered by GOP opponents

    The interim deal John Kerry and the leaders of other major powers has struck with Iran may not gain him kudos in Congress, but it beats any alternative that reasonable opponents of the deal have proposed. Iran is not agreeing to forego any nuclear...
  • New airstrikes in Yemen after Saudis say operation over

    Hours after Saudi Arabia declared an end to its coalition's nearly monthlong air campaign in Yemen, new airstrikes Wednesday hit Iran-backed militants and their allies in two cities, and the rebels said they would welcome U.N.-led peace talks in the...
  • Carter concerned Iran ships may carry arms for Yemen rebels

    Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Wednesday he is concerned that Iranian ships heading toward Yemen may be carrying advanced weapons for the Houthi rebels, and moving a U.S. aircraft carrier to the region gives the president options. Making his first...
  • Martin Schram: It's time for a gentle Russian Spring

    Inside Russia, this should have been labeled "NEWSBREAK: Some long-unpaid workers found an untraditional way to at least talk truth to power." Which is to say, it appears someone finally got through to Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. But appearances can be...
  • Five questions for Cardin

    Five questions for Cardin
    I'd like to ask five questions of Sen. Ben Cardin, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and others who support congressional review of any final U.S. nuclear agreement with Iran ("Cardin lands complicated deal with GOP, Obama on...
  • Iran nuclear talks go into end phase ahead of June deadline

    Negotiators are meeting in Vienna in attempts to reach a deal that curbs Iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief. Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi and EU official Helga Schmid began talks Wednesday in a luxury downtown...
  • Fighting persists in Yemen after Saudis vow to ease airstrikes

    A scaling-back of the Saudi Arabia-led air war brought some relief Wednesday to residents of Yemen’s capital, but intensive bombardment continued in the city of Taiz, and street fighting raged in the port of Aden, the country’s commercial...
  • Kerry asks congressional critics of Iran deal to hold fire

    Secretary of State John Kerry is urging congressional opponents of an emerging nuclear deal with Iran to "hold their fire" until they see a final agreement later this year. Kerry said Sunday that he will brief lawmakers over the next two days as part...