Russia 'going all out' in SyriaRegime forces advance in battle for Aleppo after days of intensive bombing. Experts say Russia has given up on cooperating with US.
Khamenei tells Ahmadinejad not to run for presidentIran's Supreme Leader tells former president not to stand again in next year's elections.
FIFA urged to stop allowing games on 'stolen Palestinian land'Human Rights Watch urges governing body of international soccer to quit sponsoring Israeli matches in Judea and Samaria.
Pentagon: ISIS is preparing a chemical attackPentagon spokesman warns the Islamic State is determined to use chemical arms and likely to try them again in Iraq.
Battle of Aleppo: A war of wordsTrust between world powers collapses together with the short-lived reprieve from fighting, boding ill for civilians in the Syrian city.
The Battle of Aleppo, so farSyrian civil war battle in Aleppo has been called the biggest urban battle since Stalingrad in World War II. Here is the sequence of events.
Hamas: PLO does not represent Palestinian peopleDr. Faiz Abu Shamala, journalist at official Hamas newspaper, 'Falastin,' challenges PLO’s ability to represent PA Arabs.
Jordanian writer who 'insulted Islam' shot deadNahed Hattar, a prominent Jordanian writer who was on trial over a cartoon deemed offensive to Islam, shot dead outside courthouse.
Humanitarian aid delivered to besieged Syrian towns70 trucks of humanitarian aid delivered to four besieged towns in Syria for the first time in almost six months.
Kerry: We must 'act or shut up' on two-state solutionRevealed: Secretary of State took Israel to task at a private meeting over its policy in Judea and Samaria.
US, European allies say Russia must save Syria truceAs brutal fighting continues in Aleppo, US & allies press Russians to take 'extraordinary steps' to resuscitate dead ceasefire.
Lavrov: We're ready to mediate Israel-PA talksRussian Foreign Minister says Moscow is ready to help mediate peace talks if both sides are willing to compromise.
Hamas leader confirms he won't seek re-electionHamas leader Khaled Mashaal says he will not run again for the leadership of the terrorist organization.
EU: Attacks in Aleppo a breach of international lawTop EU officials say attacks on civilians in the Syrian city of Aleppo amount to a "breach of international humanitarian law".
Giuliani hopes next president will nullify Iran dealSpeaking at IAC conference in Washington, former New York Mayor stresses the American people's commitment to Israel.
UN chief appalled by 'chilling' attacks on Syria's AleppoBan warned that "the apparent systematic use of these types of indiscriminate weapons in densely populated areas may amount to war crimes"
ISIS uses chemical weapons in Syria8 people were wounded on Friday when ISIS used chemical weapons in Aleppo.
Syria making 'great strides' in war: FM tells UNThe Syrian foreign minister, took the podium at the United Nations after a week of intense diplomacy failed to revive a ceasefire deal.
Lavrov: Syria ceasefire must be salvagedRussian Foreign Minister tell UN that agreements aimed at ending the war in Syria must be salvaged.
Quartet: Israeli 'settlements' are an obstacle to peaceMiddle East Quartet yet again blasts Israeli communities in Judea and Samaria.
Syrian regime army begins assault on AleppoAir raids pound rebel-held area in shattered city as regime commences offensive operations with renewed vigor.
Rouhani: Zionist pressure causes U.S. to violate nuclear dealIranian President blames “Zionist pressure groups” for a U.S. Supreme Court ruling which could undermine the Iran nuclear deal.
UN extends Syria chemical weapons probeUN Security Council gives panel investigating chemical weapons use in Syria another month to complete its work.
Blacklisted Hamas member: The U.S. is the real terroristHamas politburo member Fathi Hammad reacts angrily to the United States' move to add him to its “global terrorist” list.
Muslim Brotherhood returns to Jordanian parliamentMuslim Brotherhood wins 15 seats in Jordan's 130-member parliament.
Erdogan meets American Jewish leadersTurkish President discusses Turkey-Israel relations with Jewish-American leaders in New York.
Syrian army launches new offensive on AleppoSyria's army announces an offensive to retake the rebel-held east of Aleppo, days after ceasefire fell apart.
UN deputy says peace talks in Syria could resume in 'weeks'After the breakdown of the Syrian ceasefire this week, UN envoy said he hopes peace talks could resume in coming weeks.
Aleppo ablaze as resumed fighting intensifiesCeasefire a distant memory as heavy regime airstrikes hit rebel-controlled areas in battle of Aleppo. World powers cling to failed truce.
Arabs changing strategy on Israeli nuclear facilitiesSenior diplomat confirms Arab states won't seek IAEA vote regarding the oversight of Israel’s nuclear facilities.
Iran 'more determined' to strengthen militaryIran's chief of staff says the aid deal between the U.S. and Israel makes Iran more determined to strengthen its military.
PA high court upholds suspension of local electionsPalestinian Authority's high court orders the suspension of local elections in Judea, Samaria and Gaza, scheduled for October 8.
Three terrorist prisoners agree to end hunger strikeThree Palestinian Arab terrorists agree to end hunger strikes after Israel sets dates for their release.
Holocaust Museum: Press Iran on Holocaust denialU.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum calls on world leaders to press Iran’s leadership on its Holocaust denial.
ISIS uses mustard agent in IraqAmerican officials say ISIS fired a shell containing mustard agent that landed at a based used by Amercan and Iraqi troops.
Senate clears the way for arms sale to Saudi ArabiaUnited States Senate votes 71 to 27 to kill legislation that would have stopped the sale of tanks and other equipment to Riyadh.
UN 'ready' to resume Syria aid convoysAfter a bombing of an aid convoy left 20 dead and suspended deliveries, UN says it is now ready to continue - if allowed to do so.
Russia to send flagship aircraft carrier to SyriaMoscow looks to bolster naval deployment off coast of Syria, as war appears to escalate after failed cease-fire.
1 wounded in failed attack on Israeli embassy in TurkeyOne person reported wounded by gunfire during attempted attack on Israel's embassy in Turkey.
Erdogan: We'll promote solution between Israel and the PATurkish President tells UN General Assembly his country would use the reconciliation agreement with Israel to bring about peace.
Sisi calls for effort to reach 'two-state solution'Speaking at the UN, Egyptian President says the Arab-Israeli is “the core of regional instability in the Middle East”.
White House: Obama will discuss 'settlements' with NetanyahuWhite House adviser tells reporters that the President will raise his concerns over "Israeli settlements" when he meets Netanyahu.
United States concludes Russia attacked Syrian aid convoyOfficials say the United States has reached the preliminary conclusion that Russian warplanes bombed aid convoy in Aleppo.
Two more Turkish troops killed in Syria as war expandsTurkey becoming more heavily involved in Syria fighting as 2 more of its troops are killed by a landmine. Meanwhile, US and Russia meet.
Red Cross: Some 20 civilians killed in Syria aid convoy attackMore signs US-Russia brokered truce over, as airstrikes hit Red Crescent aid trucks, killing 20 and depriving many more of food & medicine.
Saudi Arabia thwarts ISIS operationsSaudi security forces thwart ISIS-linked terrorist operations in the kingdom.
Senators to Obama: Continue vetoing anti-Israel UN resolutions88 senators from both parties urge Obama to maintain policy of vetoing any one-sided Security Council resolutions on the Israeli-PA issue.
Syria: 12 killed as aid convoy attacked18 trucks in a 31-vehicle convoy delivering aid attacked in Aleppo.
Abbas and Kerry discuss 'two-state solution'Secretary of State meets PA chairman in New York amid renewed push for Israel and the PA to resume stalled peace talks.
Renewed shelling in Aleppo as truce endsSyrian Army declares the US-Russia brokered ceasefire null and void, resumes shelling of rebel-held sections of Aleppo.
War crimes investigators seek access to refugees in EuropeUN war crimes investigators asked European countries to allow them access to Syrian refugees who could help them document war crimes.
Assad: Airstrike on my troops is flagrant American aggressionSyrian President accuses US and its allies of supporting terrorist groups like ISIS after coalition airstrike kills 62 regime troops.
Khamenei: We won't negotiate with the AmericansIran’s Supreme Leader says the country must stand strong against Washington on the region’s conflicts.
Syria accuses the United States of supporting ISISSyria's UN ambassador claims the United States wants ceasefire to fail, after American air strike accidentally hits Syrian soldiers.
Abbas claims terror attacks are because Palestinians 'lost hope'PA chairman dismisses incitement, attributes terror wave to lone wolf attackers who had "lost hope".
Syrian army bids to recover losses to ISISQuagmire in Syria: After deadly airstrike by US-led forces, Syrian troops in the area look to resume fight against ISIS.
Australian jets involved in botched US air strike in SyriaAccording to Defense Department reports, Australian jets were involved in US-led air strike in Syria which killed 62 Syrians fighting ISIS.