The far-right coalition member party Jewish Power said in a statement Monday that the controversial legislation would be pushed to the next session of parliament.
Norway, Finland, Sweden, and Denmark plan to develop a joint air defense plan using NATO frameworks.
The country joined a string of Western governments and institutions that have banned TikTok in recent weeks.
Expanding the AUKUS program will likely further ratchet tensions with China.
The U.S. State Department released its annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices this week.
China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs slammed the U.S. for destabilizing the Middle East on the 20th anniversary of the Iraq invasion, all while Chinese leader Xi Jinping visited Russia to show his support for the Ukraine war.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping arrived in Moscow on Monday to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin and discuss issues including Russia's war in Ukraine.
The agreement includes no limits on nukes and could make deterrence measures harder.
U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken visited Niger last week and announced $150 million in aid for the region.
The ICC alleged that Putin had committed war crimes in Ukraine.
Russia claims that its pilots prevented America's MQ-9 drone from "violating the borders of the region" –– an argument that Washington disputes.
Semafor previously reported that Ukraine had been turning down US-trained Afghan soldiers — but that Russia has been recruiting them. The head of the paramilitary group shares more details.
International diplomacy to stop the North’s weapons program has hit a dead end, and its Northeast Asian neighbors are on edge.
A new survey from the European Council of Foreign Relations predicts that rising inflation across Europe could change the current consensus on supporting Kyiv through the war.
Russia denied the accusations, saying there was no collision and that the U.S. drone "went into uncontrolled flight" because of "sharp maneuvering" and fell into the water.