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
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The U.S. State Department's announcement Monday coincided with an official visit by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Washington
The Trump administration’s decision is praiseworthy. But except for the need to look aggressive, it's not clear what Washington wants to achieve in the Middle East
'Wow, CNN had to retract big story on 'Russia,' with 3 employees forced to resign. What about all the other phony stories they do? FAKE NEWS!'
Inter-Palestinian conflict prevents infants born with life-threatening conditions from receiving the necessary treatment in Israel
Haaretz Readers React: Was Banning the 'Jewish Pride' Flag From the Chicago 'Dyke March' anti-Semitic?
The incident in Chicago, where a rainbow flag with a Jewish star was banned, unleashed a flood of reaction from Haaretz readers. Hear what they had to say, vote in a poll and join the conversation
Previous ruling deemed seizure of Iranian artifacts held in U.S. museums not viable as compensation to victims of '97 Jerusalem bombing
My deputy commander in the Israeli army not only distorted the truth, but did it to paint himself as the victim, beating his breast and not accountable for his actions
Atalia Ben-Abba, 19, released on the grounds of unsuitability after a ruling that she was not a pacifist
Five family members from Bethlehem among the dead; two others injured, including the bus driver and a teen found unconscious at the scene