A Turkish banker, sanctions and Iran − the plot thickens as the NYPD arrests an executive suspected of helping transfer funds to Iran when sanctions were firmly in place.
Middle East News
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.
Palestinian president calls on Arab League to endorse Palestinian position ahead of Trump meeting.
According to data collected by UNHCR and the government of Turkey, 488,531 refugees are living in camps.
Funding for World Vision from Australia will remain frozen while Israel charges agency's Gaza manager Mohammed el-Halabi.
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.’
A travel warning in place for Sinai is already at the highest level, but new warnings have Israel considered a temporary closure of the border.
The declaration issued at the end of the summit urges countries around the world not to move their diplomatic missions in Israel to contested Jerusalem.
Forget the nostalgia for 21st-century social democracy, says Harvard political scientist Yascha Mounk. Nationalism is here to stay.