The two sides could be near a pact on the terms of confinement for ex-combatants who would be tried in special tribunals.
Ad-blockers vs. pop-up ads: an escalating war with no clear answers.
The Israeli PM's office deny he ever agreed to Palestinian statehood as a solution to decades of conflict.
Promises and good intentions are of little use unless there is a program of action.
An extraordinary letter, addressed to major European bodies, compares the Ukraine crisis to WW2.
"Truly there are so many tears this Christmas," Pope Francis said in his annual address.
Luhansk leader Igor Plotnitsky challenged President Petro Poroshenko to a duel to resolve the crisis in eastern Ukraine
A Ukrainian spokesperson denies incursion can be called an invasion as Kiev sources report internal turmoil between pro-Russian forces
Nationalist sentiment ran high ass police arrested demonstrators across Moscow as conflicting groups join celebrations of Russia's 'Unity Day'
Footage released by pro-Russian battalion 'Prizrak' shows what how the rule of law operates in the 'New Russia First People's Court' in eastern Ukraine
Ukrainian intelligence services claimed 30,000 militants in eastern Ukraine received conscription summons to join the Russian armed forces
Alexander Zaharchenko won Sunday's election in the separatist-held city of Donetsk, while President Poroshenko accuses separatists of violating Minsk agreement
"Out of this conference must come not just money but a renewed commitment from everybody to work for peace."
The 17-year-old waited for the end of her school day before responding to news of winning the Nobel Peace Prize award.
Fighting around Donetsk airport intensifies as questions are raised over strained ceasefire
Further casualties in Eastern Ukraine cast doubt over ceasefire, as fighting breaks out near strategic airport
Images of what appeared to be the severed heads of two hostages circulated on social media, after a report by Amnesty International accused both sides of war crimes
More than 4,000 soldiers will be involved in mass exercises announced the day before the start of the NATO summit in Wales
Barely a thousand miles from Kiev a new war threatens to thaw in Russia's backyard as casualties hit all time high
At a camp called Seeds of Peace, Israelis and Palestinians are among the teens learning the power of dialogue
"The indirect talks between the Palestinians and Israelis are moving forward," one Egyptian official said