This is Erdogan's first visit to the U.S. since the start of a trade row between the two NATO allies over a number of issues, including the continued detention of U.S. pastor Andrew Brunson
Russia, the main military backer of the Syrian government, has so far agreed with rebel-sympathetic Turkey that groups recognized as terrorist organizations are not included in ceasefire efforts
Band member tweets Pyotr Verzilov is being treated in toxicology unit, losing his eyesight and ability to speak ■ Verzilov and three other activists recently served 15-day jail sentences for disrupting July’s World Cup final
The opening of a Czech cultural center in Jerusalem in November could be understood as a 'first step,' says a spokesman for President Milos Zeman
Hundreds protest following the deaths of two Germans, allegedly at the hands of immigrants
After a 17-hour lull, the Syrian government resumed intense airstrikes on the last major opposition stronghold, prompting over 5,000 civilians to flee
A U.S. State Department official, however, told Haaretz Thursday that there is 'no change at this time'
The Egyptian military said weapons and explosives were also seized
More than 600 neo-Nazis marched through Berlin on Saturday to commemorate the anniversary of the death of Rudolf Hess ■ Clashes with counter-protesters erupted, prompting police to detain 26 people
Court rejects pastor Andrew Brunson's appeal to be released for house arrest and to have travel ban against him lifted ■ Trump responds as U.S. threatens to slap more sanctions on Ankara in retaliation
IN PHOTOS Ten Tons of Palestinian Mail Were Held in Jordan Since 2010. Israel Just Allowed Its Delivery
Israel's chief liaison office with the Palestinians describes the one-time transfer as a 'gesture'
The disaster occurred on a highway that connects Italy to France. Authorities suspect that a structural weakness caused the collapse
Right-wing extremists behind vast majority of 401 reported incidents, while those with religious ideology carried out 9, government says
The bomb, dropped by a U.S. bomber, instantly killed tens of thousands and ushered in the nuclear age
Tehran denies security forces involved in killing; Iranians protest inflation partly caused by currency collapse ahead of reimposed U.S. sanctions
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic told a gathering late Saturday that 'Hitler wanted a world without Jews; Croatia and its policy wanted a Croatia without Serbs'
Erdogan's announcement comes amid an ongoing row between Ankara and Washington over the detention of U.S. pastor Andrew Brunson
The U.S. recently imposed sanctioned against Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu following the previous arrest and detention of U.S. pastor Andrew Brunson
A tweet by an aide to President Rohani says U.S. would have to return to the internationally-backed nuclear deal and suspend new sanctions against Tehran ■ Senior Iranian parliamentary negates, says talking to U.S. now would be 'humiliating'
Iran responded to Trump, conditioned such meeting on Trump's return to the 2015 nuclear deal and suspend sanction