Seven decades after the mass Jewish exodus from Iraq, a group of intrepid Iraqis and Israelis are holding clandestine meetings and talks in a bid to rekindle ties between the two countries and their peoples
The ruling dashes Mubarak son Gamal's last hopes to run for public office: A senior newspaper editor had recently suggested that banker-turned-politician may have been contemplating the move
Thousands of Egypt's 250,000 African refugees have fallen victim to the illegal organ trade. Haaretz traveled to Cairo and spoke with six survivors. 'A strange man held a rag doused with an anesthetic over my mouth. Six days later, I woke up with a scar'
In light of the downing of the Russian plane, Israel must remember that all military action carries risks
Unusual strikes attributed to Israel by Arab media ■ Missiles hit area near Russian military base injuring 10; Syrian military source says some were intercepted
Israeli Strikes on Syria Killed 113 Iranian Soldiers Over Past Month, Syrian Observatory for Human Rights Reports
140 Iranian fighters died in Israeli attacks on Syria over the past five months, newly released report claims
Syrian air defenses intercept several Israeli missiles, Syrian army source tells state media
The countries with most companies present at the fair were Russia and Iran — Assad’s closest military allies, themselves also subject to Western sanctions
Anxious to improve image ahead of World Cup, Gulf state cracks down on some forms of labor abuse
In an article published in the Wall Street Journal, the Turkish president wrote that a 'regime assault would create serious humanitarian and security risks for Turkey, the rest of Europe and beyond'