Bernie Sanders slammed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for being too eager to hastily engage in regime change, and as a result she has made the Middle East more unstable.

US President Barack Obama has asked Turkey to continue removing its troops from northern Iraq to ease tensions.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has declared that it has found no military use of Iran's nuclear technology; so far, those who claimed that Tehran was developing nuclear weapons have been blatantly lying, US columnist Jim W. Dean notes.

The US appears set to partially lift illegal sanctions on Iran, imposed based on unfounded accusations over Tehran's nuclear energy program. Easing of sanctions could come as soon as next month.

Over 20 Iraqi soldiers have been killed and 30 injured in an airstrike carried out by the US military, Hakim al-Zamili, head of the Iraqi Parliament’s Security and Defense Committee, told Sputnik news agency.

Russia's military operation in Syria has dealt a heavy blow to ISIS funding sources by bombing an oil truck fleet which transported stolen oil from Daesh-controlled areas to Turkey; Martin Berger wonders whether Daesh would try to replenish its funds by hijacking the drug trade in Afghanistan.

NATO is set to deploy air defense support to member-state Turkey in an effort to prevent a repetition of the shooting down of a Russian Sukhoi Su-24 fighter aircraft in November, creating diplomatic tension between Ankara and Moscow.

Iran will ban imports of over 200 US products even after international economic sanctions imposed on the country are lifted.

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