At last, the developers of the Leviathan natural gas field have inked a preliminary deal with Egypt; terms of a final deal are to be negotiated "soon."
A PA news agency ran an op-ed by a former adviser to "peace process" negotiations. He said the West cannot defeat ISIS.
If anyone out there has been missing the good old days of the Cold War — it appears they never completely went away.
The UAE does not recognize the state of Israel, and a spokesperson for its foreign ministry stated that missions accredited to IRENA are limited to dealings with agency business, nothing more.
Senior Defense Minister official Amos Gilad says that "excellent" cooperation prevents Israel and Russia from downing each other's jets.
ISIS ringleader Abdelhamid Abaaoud, who was killed in a police manhunt, had plans to attack Jewish areas.
The PA has a consulate in Dubai and an embassy in Abu Dhabi. The UAE has a representative office in Ramallah.
The refugees fleeing war-torn Syria are just like those Englishmen who sailed on the Mayflower and founded America, according to the President.
At least for this coming group of asylum seekers, straight males are automatically disqualified.
IAEA head Yukiya Amano warns he cannot guarantee that all of Iran's nuclear material is dedicated solely to peaceful activities.
"Russia is a major player and can't be ignored, so we're making a separation—they're minding their business, we're minding our business."
Russia is creating obstacles for Turkish exporters and is blocking Turkish trucks at its borders.
Moscow's official reason for halting food imports from Turkey is that they suddenly do not meet "sanitary regulations."
Turkey begins to dial down its outrage as Moscow raises hostilities and brings more military hardware closer to the Syrian-Turkish border.
Turkey has released a recording of the warning broadcast to the Russian warplane before shooting it down.
The Russian navigator rescued after his aircraft was shot down by Turkey denies leaving Syrian airspace.
Da'esh has taken responsibility for the bombing of a bus carrying the Tunisian presidential guard, killing 13.
Brussels has reopened its metro, school system and shopping malls but the city remains under the highest alert ever.
The Russian president warned that Russian nationals in Turkey may be in serious danger.
Hollande and Obama committed to defeating radical terrorism of ISIS, but neither mentioned the word "Islam."
The presidential guard in Tunisia came under attack on Tuesday in a blast that left 12 people dead.
The Qalamun Mountains, near the Lebanese border, are a major transit area for the Hezbollah fighters and their logistical equipment moving to and from Syria.
The gravity of the situation between Turkey and Russia is growing by the hour; NATO is to meet about the incident, but both Russian pilots are dead.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is furious after Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet; he accused Ankara of a "stab in the back."
In October, NATO announced it was removing its Patriot air defense system from Turkey, despite protests from the Turkish government.