Assad Ahmad Barakat has repeatedly been accused of illegal activity and in 2004, U.S. authorities designated him as one of Hezbollah's 'most prominent and influential members'
Several people were nearby inside during the incident, including children, but nobody was hurt
David Keyes denies the accusations by more than a dozen women. Either way, Israel’s man in Washington, Ron Dermer, is taking heat for not taking action after rumors began to surface
European potatoes are shrinking because of declining rainfall in recent years and mounting temperatures: Bad news for fries eaters who will get a shorter version this year
Israel conducts air strikes, says protesters throw grenades, explosives
Mohammad Zaghloul Arimawi's brother tells Palestinian media 40 soldiers raided their house, some kicked his brother until he blacked out ■ IDF says initial inquiry shows Arimawi was not beaten
Trump's Administration Used to Fight Corruption in Guatemala. Then Guatemala Moved Its Embassy to Jerusalem
For a decade, the United States backed an international body investigating corruption in Guatemala. Now experts are asking why the White House is silent as the country’s president, Jimmy Morales, wages war on the panel