French Hero of Jihadi Attack Receives Highest Honor
The body of Lieutenant Colonel Arnaud Beltrame, 44, was transported across Paris in a procession on Wednesday morning to Les Invalides military museum, the burial site of Napoleon Bonaparte.
The Man Who Could Lead An Israeli-Palestinian State
Ahmad Tibi may have the demographic advantage in any one-state solution.
Jesse Hughes Calls March For Our Lives 'Pathetic'
He also accused protestor Emma González of treason, sharing a fake image of her ripping the constitution.
Years After Palestinian Teen Murder, A Father Fights On
Siam Nuwara is waging a one-man battle against the Israeli military and its justice system in the West Bank.
Bolton Welcomed by Israelis, Reviled by Palestinians
Bolton has said that the two-state solution, for which the international community advocates, is dead.
Everything We Know About ISIS Supporter's Market Siege
A gunman who was under police surveillance for radical views killed three people in separate incidents in southern France.
Saudi Prince Takes Home $670 Million U.S. Arms Deal
The deal included as many as 6,700 missiles as well as parts for Riyadh's U.S.-made tanks and helicopters.
Turkey Moves to Strengthen Blocks on Online Broadcasts
The new law is again stoking fears of new restrictions on freedom of expression.
Israel Deploys Tear Gas Drones Over Gaza
The advancement gives the Israeli military an extended reach into the coastal enclave.
Will Yair Lapid Be Israel's Next Prime Minister?
Yair Lapid, Benjamin Netanyahu's chief rival, spoke to Newsweek about peace with the Palestinians and the future of Israel.
U.S. Puts $5 Million Bounty on Pakistani Taliban Leader
The extremist leader has been linked to a plot to attack Times Square in New York City.
Forbes Wipes Saudi Billionaires From Rich List
The publication has said it is "impossible to know definitively who gave how much to whom when."
Sister of ISIS Chief Baghdadi Sentenced to Death
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's sister was found guilty of "offering logistic support and help" to ISIS fighters.
After Trump, Second Nation Moves Embassy To Jerusalem
Guatemala will relocate its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem this May, two days after the U.S.
Poland: Germany Could Owe $850Bn in World War Repayment
The estimate came from the minister leading a team formed to calculate potential reparations to Poland.
The Companies Ending Gun Sales to Buyers Under 21
L.L. Bean was the latest business to announce it will end gun sales to teenagers.
Russia Airs Video Game Footage as Scene From Syrian War
Social media users noticed the footage was actually from a computer game known as "Arma 3."
New Chemical Attack Suspected in Eastern Ghouta
Opposition groups say more than a dozen people were treated for exposure to the gas.
Israeli Settlers Burying Dead on Palestinian Land
In some cases, graves were being dug just meters from settlement homes.
NRA Boycott: Full List of Companies To Cut Ties
Companies offering discounts to NRA members are being targeted online by gun control activists.
Tipster Told FBI Florida Shooter Was 'Going To Explode'
The teenager killed 17 people with an assault rifle at his former school last week.
Palestinians Slam U.S. Embassy Move on Day of Disaster
The move is scheduled for the anniversary of the creation of Israel in 1948.
Boss of Murdered Filipina Maid in Kuwait Arrested
Her death has prompted a ban on Filipinos traveling to work in the Gulf country.
ISIS-Linked Jihadis Kidnap Brit Couple in South Africa
The British Foreign Office warned of an increased risk of attacks by "terrorists" in South Africa.
Nazi Hunter Group Mulls Poland Travel Warning
The Simon Wiesenthal Center might advise Jews to only travel for "ancestral graves, Holocaust-era death camps."
Can Bibi Survive? Israeli PM Weakened as Top Aide Turns
The Israeli leader is mired in corruption allegations, and his situation just became more precarious.
Taliban Launches Offensive Using Night-Vision Goggles
Insurgents for the group overran three checkpoints in night raids on Tuesday.
Syria's Eastern Ghouta Suffers One of Deadliest Days
Syrian air force bombardments killed at least 100 people, including 20 children, monitors say.
ISIS, Taliban Killed Thousands Civilians Last Year
But the total number of civilian casualties actually decreased in 2017, the U.N. said.
U.S. Holds Citizen Without Charges Because of ISIS Ties
The unidentified man says he was kidnapped after working as a freelance reporter in the region.