The Syria cease-fire deal may soon bring the two military forces together to discuss shared targets for the first time since World War Two.
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The small brotherhood of cowboys living in the Golan Heights lives through the juxtaposition of country life and Middle East tension, herding their cattle alongside tanks.
'You don't have a government you can negotiate with and talk with in Syria,' says Ben Cardin, a top member of the Senate Foreign Affairs committee.
U.S. Citizen Thomas Webster Has Called Damascus Home for 40 Years, and He's Not Leaving Anytime Soon
Despite the daily risks associated with being one of the few foreigners in Damascus, Webster says 'There's no way I'm going to leave this country.'
Syrians using chlorine on civilians 'these very days,' says Moshe Ya'alon.
Jewish Agency says woman was not eligible for visa under Law of Return and offered her other options to enter Jewish state and join family members rescued from Aleppo.
When it came to their views on Israel, there seemed to be more conspiracy theory than political theory.
The encroachment this week by extremist rebels on the Druze village of Khader in Syria is a microcosm of the predicament the greater community is facing; Israeli Druze compare their concern for a religiously motivated massacre on their brethren to Israeli fears of attacks on Jews abroad.
Hezbollah to Israel: We seek no further escalation in response to Syria strike; IDF responds with artillery fire • Lieberman: Israel should respond in a 'forceful and disproportionate manner' • Force was driving an unarmored vehicle on border fence • UNIFIL soldier killed by Israeli response strike.
Hezbollah official says five other Iranians also killed in strike; security cabinet to convene over concerns of possible escalation; soldiers in some IDF units based in north denied leave.