Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, a veteran interior minister admired in Washington, was relieved of all his duties a week ago
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A recent op-ed suggested the EU is wasting money on wishful thinking for a two-state solution. But Europe's role in building institutions is vital to Palestinian stability, whatever the eventual outcome
WATCH Canadian Sniper Sets Record With Confirmed Shot of ISIS Militant From More Than Two Miles Away
The shot is now the longest confirmed kill shot in military history
Is it desirable for one Arab power to have a monopoly on the agenda in this part of the world - especially if that country has the ability to dictate Washington's policy?
Israel's Civil Administration is taking action against a waste disposal site and charcoal producers in Area B, the territory under Palestinian civil control
In letter to UN chief, Iranian envoy calls U.S. secretary of state's comments on preventing Tehran from developing nukes 'a flagrant violation'
NATO ally Turkey, who considers the Kurdish militias a security threat, says the U.S. had given assurances that weapons would be recovered after ISIS were defeated
Jordan likely to join Egypt and Morocco in repealing a provision that lets rapists off the hook if they marry their victims, but it remains on the books in Tunisia, Lebanon, Syria, Libya, Kuwait, Iraq, Bahrain, Algeria and even the Palestinian territories
In Turkey’s schools, creationists are now far ahead of their American peers. And there's a characteristic anti-Jewish twist