Palestinian President Abbas signed documents to join international conventions against U.S. wishes
Stop me if you've heard this one before, but climate change is threatening the world with disaster
The Israelis paid him to spy: up to $45,000 in cash, foreign travel and jewelry for his wife
Police turned on the water cannons as thousands of protesters gathered in the Turkish capital
Ancient differences between Korea and Japan are frustrating Obama’s plans for the region
In a phone call today to Germany's Angela Merkel, the Russian president said he had ordered some of his troops to withdraw from the Ukrainian border
Jonathan Pollard, a former U.S. Navy analyst caught spying for Israel in the 1980s, could be released by mid-April, according to a source
The anti-Zionist group Lev Tahor is led by a charismatic rabbi who has served jail time for kidnapping
More than 100 North Korean landed in South Korean waters, prompting marines from the South to fire back with more than 300 rounds
Obama suggested to Putin that Russia put a "concrete response in writing" to the U.S. proposal, a White House statement said.
An official said the president assured the king that "we won't accept a bad deal" when it comes to Iran
France's trade minister said the food at a state dinner for China's President Xi Jinping was "disgusting."
Taliban gunmen stormed a Kabul guesthouse used by a U.S.-based aid group and held four foreigners hostage for several hours
The words of Turkey's spymaster are just the latest leak from Tayyip Erdogan's office
As Russian troops mass on the Ukraine border, the U.S. and NATO weigh an armed response
"You've seen a range of troops massing along that border under the guise of military exercises," the president said
Financial aid for Ukraine becomes a battleground between those for and against IMF reform
The brother of the infamous Al-Qaeda operative launches a website to clear his own name
The vote highlighted Russia's isolation, Western nations said
The airlines are scrambling the jets to cover for a shortage of pilots
Ed Houben’s been called “Europe’s most virile man,” but he insists he’s getting women pregnant the old-fashioned way to them help out
In the United Arab Emirates, universities are expected to tow the government line
U.S. President Barack Obama highlighted growing gaps between rich and poor ahead of his first meeting on with Pope Francis
North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is forcing every man in his totalitarian state to adopt the same hairstyle as him, citizens say.
France and Germany are at it again, this time over a swinging border town
Sisi said he could not "perform miracles" and called on Egyptians to work hard to improve their country.
Russian stocks clawed back more ground on Wednesday and the rouble strengthened as a relief rally continued
Abu Ghaith, 48, a Kuwait-born teacher, faces life in prison for conspiring to kill Americans
Despite the ban on alcohol and frequent police raids, drinking in Iran is widespread, especially among the wealthy
In a rough and remote corner of the southern Indian Ocean, over 100 objects that might be debris from Flight MH370 have been detected by satellite