Iran's FM Zarif says U.S. has 'less than respectable' history regarding commitment to international law.
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'I want to warn against high expectations,' says Russian deputy foreign minister.
Show a teenager a photo of someone suffering, and they'll immediately feel their pain. But what happens when an Israeli Jew learns it's an Arab suffering, and vice versa? A new study sought to find out.
Praising Cuba's Castro as a 'world leader and great friend of the Palestinian people,' PA leaders justify the honor as a 'gesture of gratitude' to the late leader.
ISIS took over Sirte in early 2015, turning it into their most important base outside the Middle East and moving large numbers of foreign fighters into the city.
Eight female and four male models handed sentences between five months and six years, including a ban from traveling abroad and working in the fashion industry.
The shipment is a step towards resolving a dispute with Western powers including the United States that are keen to prevent Iran from testing the nuclear deal's terms.
A dedicated bishop in Syria and international donations are among the factors that rescued one of the largest hostage groups held by ISIS yet.
After the shooting earlier this month, Jordan state media reported that the three U.S. Army sergeants killed had sparked a firefight by disobeying orders from Jordanians.
Erdogan has long sought constitutional change to strengthen what had been in the past a largely ceremonial position in Turkey.