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If China were to seize one of Taiwan's outlying islands, the US would have few good options to respond without risking a major escalation and a war between the superpowers, according to the conclusions from a recent war game conducted by foreign policy and defense experts.
Sudan has descended into crisis after the military dissolved the country's power-sharing government and declared a state of emergency on Monday.
Sudan's military dissolved its power-sharing government and declared a state of emergency Monday, catapulting the country into its biggest political crisis in its two-year-old transition.
From the streets of New York to the Vietnam battlefields and the power corridors of Washington, Colin Powell broke racial barriers to become one of the nation's top diplomats.
Three children were killed and one person was injured in Monday's airstrikes in Mekelle, the capital of Ethiopia's war-torn Tigray region, the United Nations said Tuesday.
President Joe Biden on Monday mourned the loss of Colin Powell, describing him as a "dear friend" and a dedicated public servant who broke barriers as the first Black US secretary of state.
Colin Powell, former secretary of state, has died from COVID-19 complications.
The United States is officially a member of the controversial United Nations Human Rights Council again, reversing former President Donald Trump's withdrawal three years ago.
Alexander Schallenberg was sworn is as the new Austrian chancellor on Monday.