How much does a kidney cost in Iran?While western world citizens wait for years for a kidney transplant, Iran touts its own solution: Legal organ trade.
Turkey threatens to 'intervene' if Syrian Kurds don't withdrawTurkey demands that US-backed Kurdish forces withdraw beyond the Euphrates river as mire of Syrian war produces more conflicts.
U.S. calls for Assad to be held accountable for chemical attacksWhite House says it is "impossible to deny" that Syria launched chemical weapon attacks.
UN report determines both Assad and ISIS used chemical weaponsUN investigation finds Syrian President's forces carried out at least two chemical attacks, and ISIS jihadists used mustard gas as a weapon.
Terrorists strike American University of AfghanistanGunfire and explosions leave at least 1 dead, 14 wounded in university opened following defeat of Taliban after 2001.
On the ground: Operation 'Euphrates Shield' kicks into high gearTurkey has sent its military en masse into Syria. The goal: Destroy ISIS. "God willing, we will get a result in a short time."
Turkey invades SyriaTurkey has reportedly struck 63 targets in Syria this morning, in a vengeance attack on ISIS in Jarablus.
Netanyahu and Putin discuss Middle East peaceRussian President and Israeli Prime Minister speak on the phone after Putin reportedly said he was willing to host Israel-PA talks.
Crude oil leak in Jordan's Aqaba could harm EilatJordan informs Israel that 200 tons of crude oil leaked into the Gulf of Aqaba from Aqaba port and could possibly contaminate Eliat.
Turkey and Israel to swap ambassadors shortlyTurkey's Foreign Minister says his country and Israel will begin the process of swapping ambassadors "in the coming days".
Will Syria gas attacks probe condemn the Assad regime?A yearlong investigation to determine who is behind deadly chemical attacks in Syria takes center stage at the United Nations this week.
Abbas calls for release of all terrorist prisonersPA chairman's Fatah movement expresses solidarity with terrorist prisoners serving in Israel, calls on PA Arabs to work to free them.
Watch: Jordanian analyst loses it on live TVPalestinian-Jordanian political analyst loses his temper while discussing the Fatah movement, says it is linked to the Mossad.
Pentagon warns Syria: Don't fly near coalition troopsUnited States warns Syrian regime that it is prepared to shoot down planes threatening international coalition forces in northern Syria.
U.S.: It's unclear if Russia has stopped using Iranian air baseState Dept. acknowledges reports that Russia ended its use of an Iranian air base to strike Syria, says it's unclear if they are true.
Egypt's Foreign Ministry says minister's comments were 'twisted'Egypt’s Foreign Ministry says media twisted Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry's comments on killing of Palestinian Arab children.
UN official blasts 'sinful' carnage in AleppoUN top aid official Stephen O'Brien voices anger at world powers' inability to agree on a truce to allow aid into Syria's second city.
Poll: Most Israelis, Palestinians oppose bilateral peace planMost Israelis and Palestinians oppose the kind of peace deal that has been under negotiation in the past, a new poll found.
Kerry denies knowledge of Russia, Iran military relationshipRussia and the United States back opposing sides in Syria's five-year war, which has left 280,000 people dead.
Turkey sides with Syria against Kurdish stateTurkish PM Binali Yildirim: "absolutely unacceptable" for any Kurdish entity to be established in northern Syria, or any other region.
Egypt FM: No comparison between IDF and terrorismHamas viciously reacts to the Egyptian Foreign Minister's statement of support for Israel, calls him "blind."
Turkey: 'We will continue to support the Palestinian cause'"Normalization of relations with Israel does not mean that we will be silent in the face of attacks against the Palestinian nation."
Iran blocks Russia for 'showing off'Iran has ended Russia's use of an Iranian air base, says Russia will need to ask "permission" for future use.
Turkey: Border region must be 'cleansed' of ISISFollowing deadly suicide bombing, Turkish officials speak of intention to 'fight ISIS to the end,' and back anyone willing to help.
Watch: ISIS uses 12-year old suicide bomber in IraqDays after teenage suicide bomber killed 53 in Turkey, 12-year old would-be ISIS suicide bomber captured in Iraq.
Half the victims of Turkey bombing were under 14At least 22 out of 51 dead in suicide bombing in Gazaintep were under 14 years old, murdered by bomber who was only 13 years old himself.
Russian 'show-offs' at Iranian bases anger Islamic regimeDefense Minister of Iran says Russia was showing off when it revealed that it used an Iranian airbase for bombing missions in Syria.
PA Mufti: Every centimeter of Jerusalem is IslamicPalestinian mufti calls on the Palestinian people and residents of Jerusalem to gather around the Al-Aqsa Mosque and protect it.
Egyptian president: Putin willing to host Netanyahu and AbbasEgyptian President tells journalists he was told by Putin that he is ready to host direct talks between Netanyahu and PA.
Hamas blames Israel for Gaza escalationHamas spokesman says Israel's "aggression" will not deter Gazans, after IAF retaliates for rocket attack on Sderot.
Truce in Hasakeh? Kurds deny a deal was reachedSyria's military says a truce deal was reached with the Kurds in the city of Hasakeh, while Kurdish source says talks are still ongoing.
Expert: Reconciliation with Turkey helps IsraelIslamic expert Dr. Ephraim Herrera tells Arutz Sheva that Israel and Turkey have mutual interests, but Israel needs to remain vigilant.
White House condemns Turkey terror attackUnited States condemns terrorist attack in Gaziantep “in the strongest possible terms”.
Syrian pound drops sharply against US dollarThe value of the Syrian pound fell sharply over the weekend due to petroleum shortage as a result the war ravaging the country.
Erdogan: Suicide bomber was a 12-14 year old boyThe Turkish president reports that the suicide bomber who killed upwards of 50 in an attack in Gaziantep was no more than a child.
Kurds advance in Syria city after Russian mediation failsKurdish forces fighting regime troops in city of Hasakeh, while cooperating in other arenas against ISIS, as convoluted civil war continues.
Iran releases images of new missile defense systemMeant to replace the absent Russian S-300 system, Iran paraded their own surface-to-air defense system in a ceremony with the president.
Watch: Turkey bombing captured on videoThe suicide bombing in a wedding hall in Turkey killed at least 50. The hall's cameras captured the moment of the blast.
Man indicted for funnelling Hamas funds to terrorist familiesSaif Al-Din Abed Al-Nabi was indicted for hiding Hamas money in cellphones, clothing bags, to smuggle them from Turkey to terror families.
Turkish PM: Assad may have a short term role in SyriaTurkish Prime Minister says his country is willing to accept a role for Syrian President during a transitional period.
30 dead in suicide bombing at Turkish wedding30 killed and dozens wounded when in a suicide bombing at a wedding celebration in the Turkish city of Gaziantep.
Deputy Turkish PM seeks to visit Israel, restore national tiesAfter 6 years of estrangement between Israel and Turkey, Deputy Turkish PM has announced that he expects to visit Israel soon.
Turkey ratifies reconciliation deal with IsraelFollowing lengthy delays, Turkish parliament finally votes to approve agreement normalizing relations with Israel.
More than 300 civilians dead in recent Aleppo violenceMore than 300 civilians have been killed in a three-week surge of fighting and bombardment in devastated city of Aleppo.
Nasrallah: I'm not hiding in a bunkerHezbollah leader insists he hasn't been hiding in an underground bunker for the past decade, says his group can defeat Israel in a new war.
U.S. scrambles jets to protect its advisers in SyriaFighters sent to protect U.S. advisers working with Kurdish forces after Syrian regime jets bombed the area.
Malaysia refuses to host FIFA because of Israeli presenceHamas praises and blesses Malaysia for the decision.
Russia: We did not bomb this boy's homeRussia says the viral Aleppo video shows a neighborhood out of bounds for its pilots, suggests rebel home-made rockets are to blame.
Watch: Too shocked to cryAn Aleppo boy sits alone and bloodied in an ambulance while rescue workers try to save his family from their bombed home.
PA: There's no proof of Jewish existence in JerusalemPA minister insists Israel's archaeological excavations have failed to find proof of an ancient Jewish existence in Jerusalem.
Arabs won't seek resolution against Israeli nuclear facilitiesArab states plan to break away from tradition and refrain from seeking a vote regarding the oversight of Israel’s nuclear facilities.
Russia in Syria: We will honor the UN 'pause'Russia has announced its intent to join a proposed UN weekly ceasefire to aid civilians embroiled in the Syrian conflict.
Syria regime aircraft strike Kurds - a firstSyrian government aircraft bombed Kurdish positions in northeastern Syria, the first such strikes against a Kurdish-held area of Syria.
Wounded Syrian boy becomes latest symbol of civil warSyrian child recovered from rubble after air raid in Aleppo becomes latest internet sensation symbolizing human cost of ongoing civil war.
The Jewish woman who was nearly sold to ISISIraqi Jewish woman reunited with family in Israel after husband threatened to sell her to Islamic terror group.
Hezbollah official: Israel's demise 'closer than ever'Hezbollah's Hashem Safieddine threatens Israel in television interview, says the group can attack "further than the Galilee".
Amnesty denounces 'appalling abuse' in Syrian jailsAmnesty International says Syrian authorities are committing torture on a "massive scale" in government prisons.