Six months ago, chemical weapons experts celebrated Russia’s disarmament. Now they are investigating Britain’s allegation of a secret weapons program.
Israel has today, for the first time, admitted that it bombed a suspected nuclear reactor near Deir al-Zor in eastern Syria in 2007, claiming that the reactor had been built with help from North Korea.
There are three different wines laid out on the table in front of me and I'm about to start a five-course tasting menu involving dishes inspired by five different countries.
Authorities believe some militants returning to Europe could raise money to help Islamic State replenish its depleted coffers and potentially fund terrorist attacks by others.
US says there is no deal over city in Syria's north, where Turkish army seeks to enter and US forces are present.
Israel for the first time confirmed that it bombed a suspected Syrian nuclear reactor in 2007, saying on Wednesday that the strike removed a major threat to Israel and the region and was a "message" to others.
Eleven-year gag order lifted on military operation that destroyed what was believed to be a Syrian nuclear reactor.
The use of one of the world's deadliest weapons - Novichok - to poison Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, on British soil has sparked global alarm over chemical weapons.