The 2,000-year-old ancient city near Mosul was destroyed by ISIS militants in the summer of 2014
Amid the bombed-out ruins of an ancient site revered by both Muslims and Christians in Mosul a violinist brings music back to a city ISIS oppressed for over three years
Iraqi special forces and police tighten hold on Mosul's al-Nuri mosque, where ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi proclaimed a caliphate nearly three years ago.
About 400 meters down the road from burnt pits of oil, a large sinkhole that goes deep down into the ground, was being used as an execution ground by ISIS.
ISIS Forces Mosul Civilians Into Booby-trapped Buildings to Be Used as Human Shields, UN Rights Chief Says
U.S. to send additional 200 troops to help capture Mosul as Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein calls on Iraqi and coalition forces fighting ISIS to 'avoid this trap,' after scores of civilians killed and wounded in past six weeks.
Army suspends all permits, including those for participants in joint Israeli-Palestinian memorial ceremony, after stabbing attack in Tel Aviv
The strike came a day after Defense chief Lieberman said Israel 'will not allow Iranian and Hezbollah forces' to amass at the northern border ■ Syria blames Israel
Telecommunications watchdog cites a law allowing it to ban access to websites deemed obscene or a threat to national security
Keeping Gazans in the dark could be a political play by the Palestinian president to convince Trump he's a partner for peace
'Trump has the political capital to actually achieve' Israeli-Palestinian peace, Husam Zomlot tells Haaretz ahead of Abbas' visit to Washington
A group of young men in a town near a frontline between rebels and pro-regime forces have been practicing the discipline for around two years - but the leaps have taken their toll
Strike in Damascus international airport attributed to Israel ■ Why isn't Russia taking action? ■ defense chief draws a new red line: No Iranian and Hezbollah military presence on the Syrian border
Trump also says to 'ask him next month' about bid to relocate U.S. embassy to Jerusalem, though Israeli officials told Haaretz move not expected anytime soon
The two-day historic visit comes three weeks after Islamic militants staged deadly twin Palm Sunday church attacks
New amendments ratified by the Egyptian leader mean he now has the power to appoint judges to the country's top courts, a move judges charge will erode the judicial system's independence