A deadline for Iranian nuclear negotiations, U.S.-Cuba talks resume and a third annual Syria humanitarian fund-raising conference begins in Kuwait.
The Italian Coast Guard mobilizes to prevent Islamic State attacks from Libya while the U.S. pursues ‘psy-ops’ in Raqqa, Syria.
Delayed Nigerian elections are scheduled to take place Saturday and Tunisia hosts a major anti-terrorism rally on Sunday.
Saudi Arabia widens its campaign against Yemeni rebels and France will begin work on a Security Council resolution demanding Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.
Jordan inks a deal to build its first nuclear power reactor with the help of Russia’s Rosatom nuclear corporation.
Afghan President Ghani addresses a joint session of Congress and the crisis in Yemen deepens as President Hadi flees his compound.
The leaders of France, Germany and Spain visit the site of Tuesday’s plane crash in the Alps and Afghan President Ghani addresses a joint session of Congress.
Russian plans to deny marital benefits to same-sex UN staff are blocked and a French construction goes to court over claims it used forced labor in Qatar.
House Republicans spoke with TRNS’s Bureau Chief, Ellen Ratner, detailing their plans for a federal 2016 budget and the upcoming negotiations with Democrats