TV personality Ksenia Sobchak plans to run for president in the Russian elections next year; opposition fears she will split the anti-Putin vote
The project will create jobs for local engineers and workers under supervision of U.S. and German technical experts
In an effort to court Iraq and counter Iran's growing influence, Saudi Arabia welcomes first flight since Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait
Israel cannot 'violate Syria anytime it wants' said Iranian General Baqeri in Syria, pledging to deepen cooperation with Assad regime against 'Zionist enemy'
Khamenei calls the U.S. an agent of international Zionism and creator of ISIS, angry at Tehran for disrupting its plans for the Middle East
Known for funding left-wing efforts in Israel, the billionaire's Open Society Foundations has become the second largest philanthropic group in the U.S.
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
Joint venture seeks to manufacture drones with vertical takeoff and landing
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