President Joe Biden's approval rating is continuing to crater to historic lows, a recent survey from the Pew Research Center showed.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping said the 20-year-long U.S. military occupation of Afghanistan that ended last month caused "nothing but harm," in a wide-ranging speech presented at the 76th session of the U.N.
The discovery of empty tequila bottles aboarda future Air Force One has forced manufacturer Boeing to begin an urgent investigation atits San Antonio facility.
TORONTO, Canada: Populist People's Party of Canada (PPC) leader Maxime Bernier is confident his party will win seats in Canada's federal election on Monday and said the PPC will force other parties to a debate on freedom.
The nominally "nonpartisan" Iowa redistricting agency released a decidedly Democrat-friendly map on Thursday, setting the stage for a possible rejection by the Iowa Legislature, where Republicans enjoy large majorities in both the State Senate and the State House of Representatives.
Facebook maintains a whitelist of elite users that are subject to less stringent rules than others using the platform, according to leaked materials provided to theWall Street Journal.
A key Japanese advocate for human rights in China – and leader in calling for a boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics – told Breitbart News this week that, in addition to governments and Olympic sponsors, high-profile Japanese athletes should use their platforms to denounce the ongoing
Taliban spokesman Suhail Shaheen announced on Thursday that, following a high-level meeting with Chinese communist officials, Beijing vowed to help the Taliban fight the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
Multiple Afghan and international news outlets, citing Taliban sources, reported on Friday that the terrorist group would appoint its leader MullahAbdul Ghani Baradar the head of its formal Afghan government in the near future.
The Afghan news network Pajhwok reported on Thursday that Afghanistan has lost 27 media outlets – including both television and print/online media – since the Taliban took over the country on August 15.
Qatar Foreign MinisterSheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani said on Thursday that his nation and the government of Turkey will contribute to the reopening of Kabul's international airport, currently under the control of the Taliban terrorist organization.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry railed against the alleged American "murder of civilians" in Afghanistan on Wednesday in notably sterner remarks than anything Beijing has said about the Taliban.
Pakistan Ambassador to KabulMansoor Ahmad Khan said in an interview published Wednesday that his nation hoped to see the Taliban "utilize this historic opportunity" following the collapse of the nation's government "for regional peace, progress, and stability.
The United Nations Security Council passed a resolution on Monday – without support from Russia and China – requesting that Taliban terrorists respect human rights in Afghanistan.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) urged President Joe Biden personally on Tuesday to intervene to help dozens of dogs affiliated with America's presence in Afghanistan to evacuate the country in light of the Taliban's seizure of power this month.
Taliban terrorists organized a fireworks display over Kabul in the early morning hours of Tuesday to celebrate the departure of the last American troops from the country, allegedly for the foreseeable future.
Zabihullah Mujahid, a spokesman for the Taliban, requested the United States formally recognize the terrorist organization as the government of Afghanistan on Tuesday, less than 24 hours after the last American serviceman departed the country.
The leader of the exiled government of East Turkistan – the western, largely Uyghur-populated region China refers to as Xinjiang – told Breitbart News this weekend that China takes its friendship with the Taliban "very seriously," as it could soon help lead to Beijing establishing a "strong
The Chinese Foreign Ministry quoted top diplomat Wang Yi berating American counterpart Secretary of State Antony Blinken in a phone call on Sunday to take "concrete actions" to help Afghanistan curtail terrorist activity, presumably referring to the Taliban jihadist organization as the
Multiple Afghan news organizations reported on Monday that an airstrike in Kabul ordered by President Joe Biden appeared to have killed at least ten civilians, including several children.
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