Abbas: 'Israel killed Oslo Accords. Future negotiations to take place within context of international community' ■ Deputy chief of Fatah: 'freezing recognition of Israel is an option'
Middle East News
Fatima Hajiji, 16, who was shot at least 10 times in East Jerusalem while brandishing a knife, wanted to be a martyr. Witnesses say she wasn't endangering anyone
Security & Aviation
The U.S.-Turkish relationship had endured for over 70 years. But now Turkey wants to muscle the Americans out the Middle East. On a bogus pretext and backed by Russia, Turkey has launched an incursion into Syria – and a proxy war against the U.S.
Although Israeli airline doesn’t actually fly to Rwanda, where Eritreans and Sudanese are being deported to, pilots take stance against ‘such barbarism’
This U.S. administration has no real regional policy, but so far it’s no worse than his Obama and Bush's actual policies. And at least Trump has brought clarity
Turkey's dislike of Kurdish troops at its border could spark a new war – and this time, it may be with America
The Turkish operation against U.S. backed forces comes as Turkey's relations with Washington are at breaking point
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Wednesday signaled an open-ended military presence as part of a broader strategy to prevent Islamic State's resurgence
Either way, Israel will keep building an anti-tunnel barrier along the Gaza border while looking for and destroying passages that have already been dug
230 new cadets have already been recruited to the force, which is anticipated to reach 30,000 troops in the next several years
Pegasus Airlines said in a statement that the Boeing 737-800 aircraft, flying from Ankara to Trabzon, 'had a runway excursion incident'
Israel's coordinator of government activities in the territories spoke on an Arabic TV channel a day after Israel destroyed the third Hamas tunnel since October