America’s war against Al-Qaeda hits a land mine in Sanaa.
For the first time, the Security Council will debate human rights in the secretive Communist state, but don’t expect any action.
A Russian official said the U.S. will put forward a plan it hopes will avert a diplomatic standoff at the United Nations.
Cuba wins praise for sending doctors to fight Ebola, but critics question Havana’s motives
After brutal attacks on a Jerusalem synagogue, Netanyahu has promised a tough response.
Islamist terrorists kill Egyptian troops in the Sinai after attacking Israeli forces.
The quashing of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong is souring China’s relations with Taiwan
In a tremendous upset, Turkey lost a contest in the General Assembly, exposing increasingly contentious frictions with some of its neighbors and world powers.
Has Turkey joined the anti-ISIS coalition to counter the Kurds?
“Once Iran produces an atomic bomb, all the smiles, all the charms will vanish,” the Israeli Prime Minister said
The Palestine leader’s proposal is instantly dismissed by the Jewish state.
But the president’s speech will not keep Russia from backing the anti-ISIS airstrikes
Elite intelligence troops in Israel go public to protest against routine spying on Palestinians, setting off a political storm
Just how much calendar dates, like the 11th day of September, factor into jihadists’ attack plans is unclear
The hasty U.S. troop withdrawal leaves Afghanistan vulnerable to Taliban
From Osama bin Laden to top Hamas brass, targeted killing as a weapon of war is on the rise
The ally Obama needs to defeat the Islamic State in Iraq is losing friends fast