Turkey’s intervention has created a rift with Iran, Jordan-Syria ties are tightening and America’s absence could weaken the Saudis. The alliances emerging in Syria will determine the fate the region.
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Son was detained at a police station and jumped from the second floor in early February, but his mother has not received an entry permit to see him.
Moshe Ya'alon and Benny Gantz are defending themselves a few days before the state comptroller releases a report on 2014's Operation Protective Edge.
Hamas condemns Egypt for filling tunnels in gas when demolishing them, calls on Cairo to open Rafah crossing.
83 people detained in past year for jihadist activity, including both Israeli Arabs and Palestinians.
Iran Plans to Buy 950 Tons of Uranium Ore From Kazakhstan, Expects Russian Help in Producing Nuclear Fuel
The acquisition would not violate Iran's landmark 2015 deal with world powers over its disputed nuclear program as the deal did not set limits on the Islamic Republic's supplies of uranium ore.
Prime minister says strikes were a retaliation for recent increase of ISIS attacks in Baghdad.
Jordan's king and Egypt's president discuss stalemate in Middle East peace, say two-state solution is not up for compromise.
The delegitimization, if not criminalization, of any opposition – political, media or cultural – by Turkey's ruling party coincides with a crucial referendum on expanding presidential power even further.