The self-guided portable missile system has proved invaluable to Ukrainian fighters, who can fire on Russian vehicles from as far as 4,000 meters away and then quickly flee.
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Biden has seen that while his invocation of dire rhetoric may give heartburn to attorneys at the State Department, it has few practical consequences.
Washington is preparing new penalties that would aim to further block Pyongyang's purchase of foreign technologies.
The president’s visit to a General Motors vehicle plant offered him an opportunity to burnish his green credentials.
The program will look to counter Chinese influence by offering funding for projects with higher labor standards and a focus on climate considerations.
The fate of tens of thousands of Afghans who couldn't flee — civil society workers, women and girls, minorities — is in the balance as the Taliban moves to cement control.
The sheer scale of the tragedy renewed criticism from lawmakers and allies over the withdrawal and the failure to forecast the Afghan government’s rapid fall at the hands of the Taliban.
The president has come under withering criticism from lawmakers who say his administration is going to leave behind American citizens and Afghan allies.
Biden has taken ownership of a crisis that could determine the fate of his presidency and longer-term perceptions abroad about American leadership.
At the G7 summit in the U.K., the group will pledge to deliver at least 1 billion extra doses of COVID-19 vaccines over the next year to help cover 80% of the world’s adult population.