By Greg Miller, Shane Harris, Paul Sonne & Catherine Belton | The Washington Post
A member of Vladimir Putin’s inner circle has voiced disagreement directly to the Russian president in recent weeks over his handling of the war in Ukraine, according to information obtained by U.S. intelligence.
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By Karoun Demirjian | The Washington Post
The U.S. military announced Thursday that it had conducted two raids in Syria within a day of each other, killing two key ISIS targets and their associates.
Associated Press (free)
Turkey has appointed a new ambassador to Israel, the state-run news agency reported Thursday, in the latest step between the two countries’ efforts toward normalizing ties.
By Justin Scheck | The New York Times
New brokers are cashing in as the Biden administration quietly encourages private weapons sales to Ukraine. Oversight is scant in these shadows.
The United States will provide $240 million in new humanitarian assistance to help meet the needs of refugees and migrants across the Western Hemisphere, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Thursday.
By Edward Luce | Financial Times
Toxic paralysis at home shows that a nation can be rich yet ungovernable.
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