Russia: We're close to joining forces with U.S. in AleppoRussian Defense Minister says his country is close to joining forces with the United States around Syria's ravaged second city.
Egyptian judoka sent home for refusing to shake Israeli's handEgyptian judoka Islam El-Shahabi, who refused to shake the hand of Israeli Or Sasson in Rio, sent home.
Even after defeat, ISIS sows fear in Syria's Manbij'Manbij is liberated' is scrawled on low concrete walls across the town -- but so are warnings to 'Watch out for mines.'
Kids play 'Zionist jailers' executing prisoners in PA campIn Palestinian Authority sponsored summer camp, children enact libel that Palestinian prisoners are abused and executed in Israeli jails.
More than 30 Syrian rebels killed in ISIS suicide blastISIS claims responsibility for suicide bombing that claimed the lives of 32 rebels near Turkey-Syria border.
Facebook takes down Hamas accountsFacebook has taken down the social media accounts of several Hamas members, at the height of the local Gaza election campaign.
Watch: Hamas debunks its own lies of 'Gaza in ruins'Gearing up for elections, Hamas has published a video which belies their story of a ruined Gaza, showing elegant streets and shopping malls.
Report: Erdogan and Abbas to meet in TurkeyTurkish President and PA chairman will reportedly meet at the end of the month to discuss key issues.
Women's flotilla to set sail in September or OctoberLatest attempt to break Israel's naval blockade on Gaza will include 25 women, including parliamentarians.
Syrian rebel forces to push ISIS out of Al-BabSyrian forces establish military council to push ISIS fighters out of their northern bastion of Al-Bab.
Dozens dead as warplanes pound rebel-held north SyriaRussian and Syrian regime batter rebel-controlled areas in Aleppo and surrounding areas, killing at least 45 civilians.
ISIS frees hundreds of 'human shields' in SyriaISIS releases hundreds of civilians they used as human shields while fleeing a crumbling stronghold in northern Syria.
Nasrallah: Israel is deterred by LebanonHezbollah leader claims Israel is deterred by his country and is afraid that the Galilee will be invaded.
UN: Gaza employee diverted rubble on PA instructionsUN says a Gaza employee charged by Israel with aiding Hamas had actually received instructions from the Palestinian Authority.
Saudi media in pro-Jewish campaignSeries of articles appears to be preparing the ground for cooperation with Jewish state.
US-backed rebels free Syrian city of ManbijCelebrations in the streets of Manbij, which was of great importance to ISIS. Women have been ripping off their burqas and smoking.
IOC to probe Egyptian's refusal to shake Israeli's handIOC to look into incident in which Egyptian judoka Islam el-Shahabi refused to shake the hand of his Israeli rival, Or Sasson.
ISIS abducts 2,000 civilians in north SyriaISIS jihadists kidnap around 2,000 civilians to use as "human shields" in Manbij.
ISIS leader in Afghanistan and Pakistan killed in drone strikeHafiz Saeed Khan, leader of ISIS branch in Afghanistan and Pakistan reportedly killed in drone strike.
Egypt: Judoka's refusal to shake Israeli's hand was his decisionEgypt's Olympic Committee says judoka Islam el-Shahabi's refusal to shake the hand of Israeli rival Or Sasson was his own decision.
Saudi women, children, caught trying to join ISISAuthorities returned three women and seven children to Saudi Arabia, after they attempted to cross into Syria to join ISIS.
Pentagon: Iran improved ballistic missiles after nuclear dealA new report, published by the US Department of Defense, outlines Iran's sins as a growing cyber and ballistic security threat
Google under fire for allegedly deleting 'Palestine'Arab journalists protest that Google removed the “Palestine” tag from its maps application; company says it was never there to begin with.
France concerned over reports of chemical attack in SyriaFrance alarmed at reports of a deadly chemical attack in the Syrian battleground city of Aleppo.
Hezbollah media outlet boasts group using attack drones in SyriaHezbollah-affiliated media outlet provides footage of fighting in Syria that it claims shows it is using attack drones.
US military 'manipulated' intel in fight against ISISUS military leaders painted an overly optimistic picture of American efforts to fight ISIS, a damning government report reveals.
Russia searching for solutions for war-torn AleppoRussia is considering expanding a three-hour daily ceasefire in Aleppo. UN: A 48-hour halt in fighting was needed to bring in aid.
Russia planning permanent presence in SyriaRussia has announced plans to set up a permanent military base in Syria, as an appropriate "measure" against the "terrorist threat."
Turkish parliament to vote on Israel-Turkey reconciliation dealForeign Minister pledges parliament will address deal before end of month.
45,000 ISIS jihadists killed in past two yearsTop American general says about 45,000 jihadists have been killed in Iraq and Syria since U.S.-led operation began two years ago.
11 babies die in Baghdad hospital electrical fireAn electrical malfunction in a Baghdad hospital sparked a fire which caused the death of 11 infants
Syrian civil war coming to a head in AleppoRegime and rebel forces dig in for protracted battle in battered Aleppo, formerly the economic and cultural crown jewel of the country.
10 terrorists injured in tunnel collapse in GazaAt least 10 Islamic Jihad terrorists reportedly injured in latest terror tunnel collapse in Gaza City.
UN to probe Hamas aid allegationUN vows internal probe after Israel arrests UNDP worker who provided help to Hamas.
UN: Two million at risk of siege, starvation in Syria's AleppoUN demands "humanitarian pause" in fighting between regime forces and rebels in Aleppo so as to bring in food and medical supplies.
UN envoy concerned over World Vision funding HamasUN envoy expresses concerns over World Vision's transfer of funds to Hamas, but also calls for fair trial for Muhammad Halabi.
No entry to Jordan if you look JewishIsraeli tourists looking to go pray at Aaron's tomb in Jordan turned back because they were wearing Yarmulkes and carried prayer shawls.
US-backed fighters savor victory over ISIS in ManbijVictorious Kurdish forces root out final ISIS vestiges after bloody battle for city of Manbij.
63 dead in Pakistan hospital bombingSuicide bombing in emergency room in Quetta, southwest Pakistan; 63 dead, over 120 wounded.
Israel ordered to pay Iran $1.2 billionSwiss arbitrators have ruled in favor of Iran in a case that is more than 37 years old.
Iran executes nuclear scientist for 'spying' for the U.S.Iran executes nuclear scientist convicted of handing over "confidential and vital" information to the United States.
Rebel alliance launches battle to retake all of Aleppo"Army of Conquest" announces the start of a battle to recapture the whole of Aleppo.
Desperate fighting in Syria's Aleppo after rebels 'break siege'Siege of Aleppo partially lifted after rebel groups break through regime forces, now other areas in danger of encirclement by rebels.
Syria: At least 10 killed in air strikes in IdlibBarrage of air strikes near a hospital in northwestern Syria kills at least 10 civilians.
Hamas terrorist killed in latest Gaza tunnel collapseHamas terrorist killed in yet another tunnel collapse in Gaza.
Egyptian cleric survives assassination attemptGunmen open fire at former Egyptian mufti Ali Gomaa, who in 2012 caused an uproar over visit to Al-Aqsa.
Netanyahu: Israel's view on Iran deal remains unchangedPM Netanyahu reiterates Israel rejects Iran nuclear deal, but stresses the importance of the alliance with the United States.
Russia fires back at Obama's criticism on SyriaRussia accuses Washington of lacking trust in Moscow and not behaving as a true partner.
80 terrorists to begin hunger strike in protest of 'oppression'80 terrorists serving in the Rimon Prison to start indefinite hunger strike in protest as of Friday.
Obama: Even Israel says Iran deal was a successU.S. President hails nuclear deal between Iran and the West, says Israel thinks the same.
Obama: Putin can't be trusted on SyriaU.S. President vows to crush ISIS in Iraq and Syria, but says he doubts Russian President can be trusted in helping.
Jordan sentences man who attacked 'Palestinian camp' to deathJordanian court sentences a man to death for killing five intelligence agents in a Palestinian Arab “refugee camp” in June.
Egypt claims to have killed Sinai ISIS leaderThe Egyptian military claims that it killed ISIS leader Abu Duaa al-Ansari in air strikes in the Sinai region.
UN: 75,000 Syrians starving on the Jordan borderSince Jordan closed its border with Syria in June, tens of thousands of refugees remain trapped between war and starvation.
Gay Syrian in Turkey slaughteredAfter going missing on July 23, the body of Muhammed Wisam Sankari has been found. "Two knives had broken inside of him."
UN hopes for progress in 'days' for new Syria talksThe UN voiced hope Thursday that developments "in the next few days" could pave the way for new Syria peace talks.
OPCW concerned over chlorine attack near AleppoChemical weapons watchdog voices concern over reports of a chlorine gas attack in which 24 people were injured.