Aleppo attacked after truce expiresHeavy clashes erupt in Aleppo after unilateral ceasefire announced by Russia expires.
Hamas terrorist killed in tunnel collapseHamas terrorist killed in Gaza after an underground tunnel collapsed on him.
UNESCO to vote on yet another anti-Israel resolutionVote expected on Wednesday on another resolution ignoring the Jewish connection to the Temple Mount.
Turkey hits Kurds in Syria, fights ISISTurkey hits Syrian Kurd group with rockets after Syrian opposition fighters opened fire in town.
Syrian government uses chemical weapons - againSyrian gov't uses chemical weapons a third time, Security Council 'to discuss report' only on Thursday.
ISIS goes on a killing spreeISIS kills 284 boys and men, then throws their bodies into a huge mass grave.
U.S., Turkey to increase cooperation against ISISU.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter promises to ramp up joint efforts with Turkey to deal ISIS a "lasting defeat".
Islamic Jihad leader praises IranIslamic Jihad stages a public show of force in Gaza, with its leader praising Iran and criticizing Arab states.
Russia, Belgium argue over Syria activitiesMoscow summons Belgian ambassador over Aleppo strike claim.
PA warned not to initiate anti-Israel resolutionsBoth Egypt and the U.S. have warned the PA not to advance any moves at the UN Security Council until after the presidential election.
Gazan sent to 20 years in prison for spying for IsraelGaza court sentences a man to 20 years in prison for collaborating with Israel.
UN chief: Food is running out in AleppoUN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says that nearly 500 people have been killed in Aleppo.
Palestinian Arabs arrested for visiting a sukkahPA security forces arrests three Arabs who visited the sukkah of the mayor of Efrat.
UN: medical evacuations in Syria to begin FridayUN hopes to use Russian-led Syria ceasefire for medical evacuations, food, and supplies.
PA envoy: Israel must face consequences for 'settlements'PA envoy to the UN calls for Israel to face “consequences” for its construction of “Jewish settlements”.
Assad: Photo of 5-year-old Omran was 'forged'Syria's President says photo of 5-year-old who covered in dust and blood in Aleppo had been manipulated.
Islam originally recognized Jews as owners of IsraelMiddle East expert Prof. Nissim Dana says that originally Islam saw the Jews as the owners of land of Israel and Jerusalem
PA officials defend UNESCO resolution on JerusalemPA representative to UNESCO says the resolution on Jerusalem is "all about occupation".
ISIS could use chemical weapons, warn American officialsThe United States expects ISIS to use crude chemical weapons against those trying to conquer the city of Mosul.
Eight hour truce in AleppoMoscow announces lull in strikes to allow safe evacuation for armed rebels and wounded
EU says Russian assault on Aleppo may be war crimeThe European Union condemned Russia Monday for bombardment of Aleppo, saying air strikes by Moscow and Damascus could amount to war crimes.
UN says 8-hour Aleppo ceasefire not enough to deliver aidUN welcomes eight hour ceasefire announced Monday by Russia but says it's not enough time to deliver humanitarian aid.
30,000 soldiers converge on Mosul30,000 soldiers are converging on the second largest city in Iraq in an attempt to liberate it from ISIS control
Western countries considering sanctions over Aleppo bombingUnited States, Britain and Western allies considering imposing sanctions against economic targets in Syria and Russia.
Three killed in suicide attack in Turkey's GaziantepSuspected ISIS suicide bomber blows himself up during an anti-terror raid in the Turkish city of Gaziantep.
Talks on Syria end with no breakthroughTalks between Washington, Moscow and Syria's neighbors end within hours.
Clinton: Peace talks for show are better than no talks at allIsrael-PA peace process for show is better than no process at all, Democratic candidate said in newly leaked email.
Turkey helps fight ISIS in SyriaTurkey helps Syrian rebels clear out ISIS strongholds in northern town of Dabiq.
Egypt kills 100 ISIS terrorists in SinaiEgypt responds to terror attack with retaliatory attack on ISIS.
FIFA postpones decision on 'settlement clubs'World soccer’s governing body puts off a decision on Israeli clubs based in Judea and Samaria.
U.S. blasts Israeli activities in Judea and SamariaAt UN Security Council meeting on "settlements", American envoy says Israeli construction creates a "one state reality".
Britain to present UN resolution demanding ceasefire in YemenBritain will present a draft resolution to the Security Council demanding an immediate ceasefire in Yemen.
UNESCO chief criticizes anti-Israel resolutionUNESCO Director General speaks out against resolution that disregards the Jewish connection to the Temple Mount and the Western Wall.
Chief Rabbi: Syrians suffering 'small Holocaust'Sephardic Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef says Syrians 'may not be our friends, but they are human beings,' calls upon Jews to speak out.
Missiles continue to rain down on Aleppo, world silentAleppo bombings get heavier as talks of new ceasefire progress.
Assad: There's no contradiction between Israel and ISISSyria’s President claims Israel is supporting the "terrorists" in his country, including jihadist groups like ISIS.
Moscow offers 'safe withdrawal' for armed rebels in AleppoRussia offers rebels safe passage out of Aleppo for rebels as Western countries criticize Russian attacks in Syria.
Syria: 20 killed in car bomb blast in Aleppo provinceAt least 20 people killed in a car bomb blast near the town of Azaz in Syria's Aleppo province.
PA officials pleased with anti-Israel UNESCO resolutionPA officials welcome UNESCO resolution denying Jewish connection to Jerusalem, say it sends a message to Israel to "end the occupation".
PA urges FIFA to act on 'settlement clubs'Palestinian Football Association urges governing body to act to ban Israelis clubs in Judea and Samaria.
PA officer jailed after criticizing AbbasOfficer who criticized PA chairman for attending Peres funeral sentenced to jail, only to be later pardoned by Abbas.
Russia carries out its heaviest strikes on AleppoNewest Russian raids in Aleppo kill at least 12 civilians.
Netanyahu asks Kerry not to promote anti-Israel resolutionsNetanyahu reportedly told Secretary of State that Israel expects Obama not to support a UN resolution on Israeli-PA issue.
Palestinian Arab electrocuted inside smuggling tunnelPalestinian Arab man dies after being accidentally electrocuted inside a smuggling tunnel between Egypt and southern Gaza.
UN chief calls for war crimes investigation against SyriaBan Ki-moon again asks the Security Council to formally request that the ICC begin investigations of war crimes in Syria.
ISIS confirms death of its propaganda chiefISIS confirms Wa'il Adil Hasan Salman al-Fayad died, a month after the Pentagon said he was killed in an air strike in Syria's.
Jordan allows aid to Syrian refugees stuck on borderJordan announced Monday that it would allow aid deliveries to thousands of refugees on its border with Syria.
PA disappointed by ICC visitPA official blasts ICC for procrastinating in probing alleged Israeli "war crimes" in Gaza.
Hamas's Mashaal praises Jerusalem terroristHamas leader phones family of Ammunition Hill terrorist, praises him for "defending the Palestinian people".
Russia vetoes UN resolution on AleppoFor the fifth time in five years, Russia vetoes UN draft resolution on Syria.
IAEA chief: Iran deal is still fragileIAEA chief Yukiya Amano warns that small failures in implementation of Iran nuclear deal could have a negative influence.
ICC has 'no deadline' on war crimes probeOfficial with International Criminal Court says there is no deadline on investigating alleged Israeli and Palestinian "war crimes" in Gaza.
EU condemns latest Israeli constructionEU blasts Israel for approving the construction of 98 homes as part of a solution for the eviction of Amona.
Britain suspends aid to PA over terror fundingBritain suspends millions of pounds in aid payments to the PA amid concerns the money is ending up in the hands of terrorists.
Assad: We have 'no option' but to expel rebels from AleppoSyrian President warns rebels in Aleppo that unless they agree to a deal, his forces would have "no option" but to expel them from the city.
ISIS bans pet cats in Islamic stateISIS has issued a ban on nurturing or breeding pet cats within the Islamic state.
ICC delegation to visit Israel and PADelegation from ICC will visit Israel and the PA but not as part of an investigation into alleged war crimes in Gaza.