Hardline Sunni militants Islamic State continues sectarian attacks while under assault in Syria, Iraq.
Moscow and Tehran have supported Syria's government with ground troops and airstrikes.
Even with the Iran deal, the Israelis have never been in a better strategic position—at least in the short term.
The Iranian-backed Shi'ite organization first blamed Israel, now fingers Sunnis for military chief's death, but observers are skeptical.
Badreddine oversaw the Lebanese military group's operations in support of the Syrian regime.
The Israeli PM told Putin the issue was a "red line" for his country.
Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein says "deliberate starvation" is being used as a weapon of war.
Dr. Khaled Mohammed details the continuing desperation of the town's population despite aid deliveries.
A new report shows that 11.5 percent of Syrians have been physically affected by the war.
Moshe Yaalon says ISIS is being weakened by the U.S.-led coalition while Iran proliferates extremism.
A convoy of 50 aid trucks will travel to the encircled Syrian town on Thursday.
Emergency food supplies will help people who are right now starving to death.
Execution of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr draws Shi'ite anger across the region.
The key developments that will change the region for better or worse.
Militant head Hassan Nasrallah blames Israel for the air strikes that killed Samir Qantar on Saturday.
The exercise was carried out in cooperation with the U.S. Missile Defense Agency.
The changing landscape of the Syrian war offers Israel opportunities as well as risks.
Israeli leader says that forces operate from "time to time" to prevent the country "becoming a second terror front."
Iran's client terrorist group in Lebanon, who stepped in after Assad's forces withdrew, must govern or decline.
The Barak 8 is an advanced long-range missile that's part of a wider Israeli-Indian aerial defense system
The attacks killed dozens of people in a heavily-populated area of Beirut.