In the spring of 2015, President Vladimir Putin lifted the ban on the supply of S-300 systems to Tehran.
Iran lied and is still lying about its nuclear activity and the U.S. smiles and moves to lift sanctions.
French police have shut down three mosques under new emergency laws for spreading radicalism and encouraging jihad.
US military leaders say Syrian oil revenues to ISIS have been drastically cut by US-led coalition air strikes.
Russian officials presented materials on Wednesday that they said proved Turkey's leadership is "involved in illegal oil trade with ISIS."
Jeb Bush says U.S. should be more open to admitting Christians. Three Syrian Catholics, one Christian, and one Orthodox believer have arrived since October 1.
Obama's new ISIS czar disses Israel, cuddled Hamas, defended Assad, and thought Obama too hawkish on Iran.
Samuels urged the Foreign Minister to "condemn the absurdity of Ashour's statement and immediately withdraw him from UNESCO and from foreign service."
Israel hunts for space in Abu Dhabi as a member of IRENA international renewable energy agency.
There is a $6,000 tax ISIS collects from any local wishing to flee, making an escape from the war difficult for most.
A blast occurred in a central location in Istanbul, Turkey, several injuries.
Turkey's Pres. Erdogan vows to resign his post if Russia's Pres. Putin can prove his claim that Ankara is importing oil from the ISIS terror group.
The Red Cross also received the body of one of the Lebanese soldiers killed last year.
Nov. 30: when Jewish refugees of Arab lands are recognized, their cultures and traditions embraced and acknowledged.
France is demanding answers from the IAEA on Iran's past nuclear work on atomic weapons.
ISIS and Iran are drawing closer in the operational ranks, and it may be only a matter of time before the two merge their forces for bigger "projects."
“These brave people want nothing more than an end to the war in Syria. They want to go back to their lives..."
Some 150 world leaders gather in Paris to put the final touches on two weeks of talks at the COP-21 conference on global warming.
IDF St. Sgt. "N" explained "all pain is universal" when asked how she communicated with Syrian patients.
The Tunisian Interior Ministry says dozens of suspects are in custody after last week's attack by ISIS killed 12 in the capital city.
DM Moshe Ya'alon confirms that Russian fighter pilots do occasionally violate Israeli airspace flying in from Syria, they are not shot down.
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.