CNN reports Algeria's army chief has demanded the country's ailing president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, step down following months of mass protest calling for his removal.
In a speech broadcast by private television station Ennahar on Tuesday, General Ahmed Gaid Salah called the protesters' demands "legitimate" and invoked a provision in the constitution stating that if the health of the president does not allow him to carry out his function then the office is to be declared vacant.
According to a report by Reuters, in a parliament session on Sunday, the commander of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards claimed the United States has begun a psychological war in the region. The U.S...
According to a report by Science, a controversial plan by the White House to review the connections between national security and climate change could be led by a former official with the Department of..