It might be hard to support a team that is in part the Assad propaganda machine. But it’s also hard not to root for a team that is playing so hard.
Ambassador Bashar Jaafari says Syrian use of anti-aircraft missiles against Israeli fighter jets also sends another message to Jerusalem.
Russian deployment in Iranian bases stopped after lawmakers said it breaches the constitution. Now, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Moscow could use its bases ‘on case by case basis.’
The Syrian Democratic Forces expects the assault on the Islamic State's de-facto capital to take place in early April.
Shi'ite militias, Hezbollah and the Revolutionary Guards: Israel increasingly concerned with Iran's influence on the Syrian border.
In the absence of an international plan to end the civil war, rebel militias are forced to forgo strategy and suffice with tactics.
The question Israeli leaders must ask themselves: When will Israeli tactical successes in Syria turn into a strategic risk?
Joining Syrian soldiers, forces from U.S. coalition cut main highway linking Raqqa, Deir al-Zor and Aleppo.
Eighteen Russian citizens fighting alongside Moscow's allies, the Syrian government forces, have been killed since Jan. 29 - a period that coincided with intense fighting to recapture the city of Palmyra from ISIS.
Killing of Mustafa Amine Badreddine last year shows the 'depth of the internal crisis within Hezbollah,' Gadi Eisenkot says.
Palestinian president says no new diplomatic plan at the Arab League summit opening Wednesday; Abbas to meet Trump in April.
Forget the nostalgia for 21st-century social democracy, says Harvard political scientist Yascha Mounk. Nationalism is here to stay.
Unlike the Obama administration, which was critical of the military takeover that brought Sissi to power, Trump has warmly embraced Egypt's president.
Moshe Cohen has confessed to the slapping, head-butting, kneeing and kicking of Mazen Shweiki that has been filmed and posted online.
Reza Zarrab's decision to hire the former mayor of New York constitutes a possible conflict of interests as bank victims were represented by the same firm.
The trademark suggests that the former casino executive may have had wider hopes for businesses across the Middle East than was previously known.
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.
Some observers expect Abbas to soften demands for opening of talks with Israel.
Opinion Separate and Unequal: Inside Israel's Military Courts, Where the Only Defendants Are Palestinians
The UN says Israel's West Bank justice system, which tries Palestinians exclusively and has reported an almost 100% conviction rate, violates international law. This is what I saw.
When despair mounts in the beleaguered Strip, addiction spreads — either to opioids or to dreams of waging a holy war.