Biden administration officials vowed to continue sending military, economic and humanitarian aid to help Ukraine defend itself against Russia.
Nearly a year after the strike that killed 10 civilians, more than 30 people the Biden administration pledged to help resettle in the U.S. are still trying to leave the country.
A new intelligence assessment of the Al Qaeda threat was prepared after a drone strike killed Ayman al-Zawahri, the group’s leader. But some outside counterterrorism specialists said it was overly optimistic.
A little-known group at U.S. European Command in Germany fills Ukraine’s battlefield requests with donations from more than 40 countries.
The attack was the latest in a series of American operations against ISIS and Al Qaeda in Syria.
The April attack at the Green Village base in northeastern Syria wounded four American service members.
At least 1,000 fighters from Russia’s Wagner Group are expected to focus on the Kremlin’s goal of seizing eastern Ukraine.
With the new arms package, which officials say includes antitank and antiaircraft missiles, the Biden administration has sent Ukraine $1.2 billion in weapons in the past year.
The strike targeted Al Shabab militants who had attacked allied Somali security forces.
Tens of thousands of people, including Americans, could flee across the border if Russia attacks Ukraine.