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After a U.S. strike killed Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani, NBC News looks the secretive Quds Forces that he headed and his successor Maj. Gen. Esmail Ghaani.
Targets in Syria under threat included military outposts, officials said. In Lebanon, Soleimani was allegedly planning attacks on diplomatic targets.
Trump made the comments a day after ordering the airstrike that killed Iranian general Qassem Soleimani in Baghdad.
Analysis: Bernie Sanders ripped the president outright, while other top hopefuls tempered their criticism with condemnation of the Iranian commander who was killed.
Krefeld zoo is expected to rebuild its ape house as donations pour in following the blaze but animal rights activists have decried the proposal.
Democrats want Republicans to commit to having witnesses participate in the Senate trial, but GOP leaders haven't yet said where they stand on the question.
It's one of the largest in Australia's history.
Analysis: The U.S. government justified the strike as an act of self-defense, but a top UN official questioned the operation in a series of tweets.
It's all part of efforts to leave last year's troubles behind and start afresh in January.
The enclave has ping-ponged between Italy and Switzerland over the years. Now it's back with Rome.
We take a look at the big issues likely to cause headaches in Brussels and across European capitals over the next twelve months.
The kickaround was light relief for those in the region, which Syrian regime forces have been bombing in recent weeks.
The attack happened in the town of Villejuif, about 5 miles south of central Paris.
Iran "will fall into the hands of the most militant and hardline elements," @AliVaez of the ICG told Euronews.
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Iran's president has vowed "revenge" and its supreme leader has pledged "harsh retaliation" for the killing of top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani.
He had received care in a mental health facility until last May. But prosecutors are not ruling out it was a terrorist act.
The Swedish football star has signed for six months with the option to extend for another year.
The 62-year-old Major General led Iran's elite Quds Force, which had a hand in both fighting the Islamic State and U.S. forces.
Iran expert Soraya Lennie tells Euronews: "I really don't see a lot of positive avenues left open to de-escalate this crisis.