Russia has deployed a new S-400 anti-aircraft missile system in Syria that can reach as far as Ben Gurion Airport.
Syrian regime forces find new horror at Palmyra: execution grave and thousands of land mines.
Last week Russian Deputy Defense Minister Nikolay Pankov said that Russian forces would continue delivering airstrikes at terrorists in Syria.
Syrian Pres. Assad still thinks he can build a unity government, but the US and Russia agree he's got to go for unity to start.
US Secy of State John Kerry met "briefly" in Washington with his Egyptian counterypart and with Turkey's president, but said little of substance.
In less than a year of ISIS control, the group destroyed countless archaeological treasures in the ancient city.
Hezbollah terror chief Hassan Nasrallah has no plans for a war with Israel in the near future, he says.
A funny thing happened at the AIPAC conference: Trump was cheered.
The mastermind of the Nov. 13 Paris attacks by ISIS has been caught in Belgium and is being sent to Paris.
Kerry equivocates: he thinks ISIS is committing genocide, but unwilling to state definitively that it is.
In the end, Israel's lines in the sand were not so hard to figure out.
Assad's path to reestablishing himself as the preferred ruler of Syria is now clearer than it was in the summer.
Bogie Ya'alon's assessment: aftermath of Obama's policies in the Middle East leaves Israel in a worse neighborhood.
Putin reportedly telephoned President Bashar al-Assad to inform him of the decision to withdraw.
Hezbollah is becoming increasingly isolated in the Arab world because of its loyalty to Iran.
It's not just ISIS that is brainwashing children into becoming parts of The Borg in a future terrorist machine.
Russia is punishing Iran for handing fancy weapons to Hezbollah, while Ankara cozies up to Tehran for trade.
Electricity blackouts have been a frequent phenomenon during the 5-year Syrian civil war, and are usually blamed on rebels.
At least 18 were killed in southern Syria close to the northern Israeli border in an attack on the FSA by radical Islamists.
Media reports on the situation in Syria are mixed, as ever: the cease-fire is holding, but very shaky.