China's charting its own course, distancing itself from the U.S. in the Middle East, refusing to condemn the Houthis and looking to capitalize on ties with regional players to help solve the crisis.
After the U.S. killed a commander of an Iran-backed militia in Baghdad, pressure is mounting on Iraq's government to expel America's 2,500 military personnel.
A U.S. drone strike in the Iraqi capital has killed at least one leader of an Iran-backed militia, Kataib Hezbollah.
When the U.S. launched airstrikes over the past week in Iraq, Syria and Yemen, the idea was to send a message to another country: Iran.
The new round of U.S. strikes is far more extensive and deadly than those that have been launched since October, when the Israel-Hamas war began and pro-Iranian groups began their attacks.
The strikes are more extensive and deadly than those launched since last October, when the Israeli-Gaza war began and pro-Iranian groups started an uptick of attacks.
It is one of the most solemn tasks for a commander-in-chief, bearing witness as the bodies of fallen service members return to U.S. soil at Dover Air Force Base.
The indictment unsealed in federal court is at least the third Iran-based murder-for-hire plot prosecuted by the Justice Department since 2022.
An escalation of violence in the Middle East over the last 24 hours, including a drone attack that killed three U.S. service members, has raised concerns about the possibility of a regional war.
Iran says it successfully launched three satellites into space with a rocket that had multiple failures in the past, the latest for a program that the West says improves Tehran's ballistic missiles.
A strike on the Syrian capital destroyed a building used by the Iranian paramilitary Revolutionary Guard, Syrian and Iranian state media reported. One of those killed was a local Hezbollah commander
Pakistan and Iran have traded cross-border rocket attacks, stoking fears of widening conflict even farther.
Pakistan launched retaliatory airstrikes early Thursday on Iran allegedly targeting militant positions, a deadly attack that further raised tensions between the neighboring nations.
The airstrikes on multiple Houthi targets in Yemen follow more than two months of attacks by the Iran-backed militants against cargo ships and U.S. warships in the Red Sea.
The bombings, which killed at least 84, targeted a commemoration for an Iranian general slain in a 2020 U.S. drone strike. Wednesday's event was the worst militant attack to strike Iran in decades.