Russia sends S-300 system to SyriaRussia sends the S-300 anti-missile system to its naval facility in the Syrian city of Tartus.
UN envoy welcomes postponement of PA electionsNickolay Mladenov welcomes PA's decision to postpone the municipal elections after its High Court ruled they could not be held in Gaza.
Russia sends anti-missile defense system to Syria"It's not clear why the placement of S-300 in Syria has caused such a stir among our western colleagues."
Catholic leaders call to make Aleppo a 'safe zone'As Syria's Aleppo continues to be ravaged by war, Catholic leaders called to give the city a break.
New Iran drone similar to captured American droneIran's Revolutionary Guard unveils drone, claims it is similar to U.S. RQ-170 captured five years ago.
Turkey arrests brother of GulenTurkish police detain brother of preacher Fethullah Gulen, accused of masterminding the failed July coup.
Syrian government offers rebels state passageAs Syrian government and allied forces advance toward Aleppo, rebels are offered state passage and aid supplies.
Netanyahu stopped Peres from establishing Palestinian stateShimon Peres and Abbas reportedly set up program to allow Jews to remain in Palestine, only to have Netanyahu pull the plug.
Ex-Australian MP explains how he got caught in firefightFormer MP and Deputy Foreign Minister defends himself from harsh criticism and explains the importance of his visit with Kurdish forces.
Iran rejects Germany's demand on IsraelIran declares it would never recognize Israel as a precondition for normalizing ties with Germany.
Expert: 'Obama must veto anti-settlement resolution'Professor Anne Bayefsky explains why a UN Security Council resolution declaring Judea and Samaria communities illegal would be dangerous.
Report: Israel pays compensation to TurkeyTurkish media reports Israel paid compensation for Mavi Marmara flotilla as part of the reconciliation agreement between the two countries.
Abbas under fire for attending Peres funeralPA chairman criticized by his people for attending the funeral of Shimon Peres and shaking Netanyahu's hand.
Ban orders inquiry into bombing of aid convoyUN Secretary-General announces a board of inquiry will investigate the bombing of an aid convoy in Syria.
Syria: Aleppo's last hospital may stop functioningSyrian civilians fear world has abandoned them, ask that sick and wounded be evacuated.
Top Egyptian official survives assassination attemptSenior assistant to Egypt's top prosecutor survives assassination attempt in an eastern suburb of Cairo.
Saudi Arabia: 9/11 bill could have 'disastrous consequences'Saudi Arabia warns against United States law allowing 9/11 victims to sue the kingdom, after Congress overrides Obama's veto.
PA contractor killed in Gaza 'tunnel accident'Contractor hired by the Islamic Jihad killed in an accident while working in a terror tunnel in Gaza.
UN aid chief: Aleppo facing a 'humanitarian catastrophe'United Nations aid chief warns that Aleppo faces a humanitarian catastrophe "unlike any" witnessed so far in Syria's brutal five-year war.
Hamas: The intifada will continue until the 'occupation' endsHamas continues to incite to violence against Israelis as it marks the first anniversary of the current terror wave.
Kerry: We're 'on the brink' of ending talks with RussiaSecretary of State John Kerry warns that Washington is “on the brink” of ending its talks with Russia on the Syrian conflict.
Hamas: Abbas 'disregarding the blood of the martyrs'Hamas blasts PA chairman for attending the funeral of former President Shimon Peres and sending condolences to his family.
Jihadi Brit: 'If they'll bomb me they'll bomb me'Watch: Jack Letts, known as 'Jihadi Jack' tells UK Channel 4 about living in ISIS-controlled area; he claims he is not a fighter.
Bahrain minister in surprise tribute to Shimon PeresForeign Minister of Arab country pays tribute to Peres, inviting swift condemnation from colleagues, calling Peres a 'killer of children'.
'Trump won't endanger nuclear deal'Head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization says the nuclear deal will not be in danger even if Donald Trump wins the presidential election.
Turkey state of emergency to be extended?Turkey's National Security Council announces it will propose extending the state of emergency introduced in July.
Health workers, hospitals targeted in Syria warPattern of apparently deliberate targeting of hospitals and medical facilities emerges in Syria.
US threatens to end negotiations with Russia on SyriaAfter continued Russian attacks on Alleppo, US Secretary of State John Kerry warned that he would suspend talks on Syrian conflict.
Ahmadinejad confirms he won't run for PresidentIran's former president won't stand for re-election after being ordered not to do so by Supreme Leader.
Abbas urged not to dismiss Netanyahu's invitationEditorial in Saudi Arabian newspaper appeals to PA chairman not to dismiss invitation for him to address the Knesset.
Analysts: Russia looking to strong-arm USAs tensions between the two world powers escalate, experts say the Russians are 'going all out' in Aleppo to make US accept its demands.
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.