Increased violence in and around the Gaza Strip, where an overnight air strike killed a Palestinian militant, have prompted blunt warnings from Israel as fears grow of another major confrontation.
Israel moved forward with plans for 261 new homes in two settlements located deep in the occupied West Bank, the Peace Now settlement watchdog said
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday threatened to teach Gaza's ruling Hamas movement a lesson "very soon" following a surge in militant rocket attacks on the Jewish state.
Despite the peace efforts on the political agenda, Israeli football continues to brim with discrimination and bigotry.
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Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan is expected to leave Turkey on Jan. 20 for Brussels to have high level contact there with European Union officials.
Iran on Monday halted production of 20 percent enriched uranium, marking the coming into force of an interim deal with world powers on its disputed nuclear programme.
Sepp Blatter’s former right-hand man Jerome Champagne officially launched his bid to stand for the FIFA presidency
The Syrian civil war and Iran’s efforts to woo foreign investors will top the agenda at this year’s Davos as leaders, business chiefs and celebrities gather this week
Israel summoned European ambassadors on Friday accusing them of pro-Palestinian "bias" damaging to peace prospects
Russia denied having a "hidden agenda" on Syria as it launched a fresh round of crisis diplomacy by hosting the top diplomats of Iran and Damascus
Egyptians who voted in a referendum overwhelmingly approved a new constitution, official sources said
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made an unannounced visit to neighbouring Jordan on Thursday for talks with King Abdullah II on the Middle East peace process, the royal court said.
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Yesterday, Turkish police raided the offices of a branch of the Humanitarian Relief Foundation (IHH) Kilis, a town near the Syrian border.
Israel's Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon apologised to the US Secretary of State after he accused him of having an 'obsession' with the Middle East
Turkey has accepted assurances a planned NATO missile defense system in which it is playing a part is not designed to protect Israel as well, Alexander Vershbow said
Israel's defence minister has lashed at US Secretary of State John Kerry, saying a security plan he presented is "not worth the paper it was written on," an Israeli newspaper reported Tuesday.
Barack Obama insisted Monday he had faith in the Afghan war mission after former Pentagon chief Robert Gates charged the president lacked passion for military action and soured on his own troop surge.
After crushing the Muslim Brotherhood at home, Egypt's military rulers plan to undermine the Palestinian militant group Hamas
Turkey will not act against the Iraqi Constitution in oil export alliance with the regional Kurdish authority of the country, the energy minister has said, dubbing the issue an internal affair of Iraq
Turkey’s turmoil is about the struggle against conservative authoritarianism, columnist Ertuğrul Özkök says in interview with HDN