The U.S. president could be striving to stifle the Shi’ite Crescent that's forming in the region, but all he wants to do is erase Obama’s landmark foreign policy
In the aftermath of Iraq's seizure of Kirkuk, much of the exodus is taking shelter in cities deeper inside Kurdish territory
Islamic State will continue to thrive, even without territory, as long as the anarchy and resentment that nourished it continues
In an effort to court Iraq and counter Iran's growing influence, Saudi Arabia welcomes first flight since Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait
Thousands of civilians are streaming back to Kirkuk, a day after fleeing as Iraqi troops pushed Kurdish forces back to positions they held back in 2014
On Monday Iraqi government forces took control of the oil-rich Kirkuk region that had previously been under Kurdish control
Battle for Kurdistan: U.S. Weapons Face Off Against U.S. Weapons as Iraqi Forces Seize Key Kurdish Oil Center
Peshmerga pushed back two assaults by the Iraqi forces south of Kirkuk, destroying several U.S.-supplied Humvees used by Popular Mobilisation, a force which is also trained and armed by Iran
A dozen Humvees from the U.S.-trained Counter Terrorism Service arrived at the governorate building and took position in the vicinity alongside the local city police
Kurdish officials say state-backed militias aim to retake disputed northern city; both sides fighting ISIS, enjoy U.S. support
Turkey would decide jointly with Iran and Iraq's central government in Baghdad whether to cut oil exports from Kurdish northern Iraq, Erdogan says
A recent case involving Dutch solar panels shows how friendly states can make Israel back down when it violates international humanitarian law
Tillerson told reporters that an independent and prosperous Iraq would be a foil to Iran’s 'malign behavior'
No Arabic-speaking police officer read the post before arresting the man, who works at a construction site in a West Bank settlement
Another in a long string of setbacks for ISIS in recent months
U.S. Sees Possible Opportunity in Palestinian Reconciliation Led by Egypt, White House Official Says
Senior White House officials say that although the administration's position is that Hamas must disarm, there is no expectation that it will 'happen overnight'
A severe electricity shortage in Gaza leaves residents with as little as four hours of power a day. Who gets electricity and when?
Manager of Qalqilya's Darwish Nazzal Hospital says IDF chased youths into the courtyard and fired the gas. Army says canister fired hundreds of meters away
Defying U.S., Israeli Demands on Palestinian Reconciliation, Senior Hamas Delegation Arrives in Iran
Senior Hamas official says unity agreement will not impact Hamas' military wing
Syrian foreign ministry calls Israeli attacks 'flagrant violations' after Israel struck three Syrian artillery cannons in response to errant rocket
Turkish President Erdogan dismissed the charges as politically motivated, and tantamount to an attack on the Turkish Republic