Kerry tells UN Russia must ground Syria air forceStill hoping to revive failed cease-fire, US Secretary of State demands that Russia force the grounding of Syrian regime air force.
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.
Australian jets involved in botched US air strikeAccording to Defense Department reports, Australian jets were involved in US-led air strike in Syria which killed 62 Syrians fighting ISIS.
Russian ultranationalist praises Trump"He’s close to me in a way, he speaks freely and reacts instantly", says Vladimir Zhirinovsky.
Russia says Syria truce deal is one-sidedRussia says ceasefire deal in Syria is one-sided.
Will Putin push Israel to talks with the PA?According to reports, Moscow wishes to bring Israel and the PA back to the negotiating table.
Fragile truce in Syria extended by 48 hoursThe fragile truce in Syria has been extended for 48 hours under an agreement between Moscow and Washington
For US and Russia, war in Syria mainly in the airThe 2 superpowers and former foes have found themselves on opposing sides of the Syrian civil war but have avoided direct clashes.
Death still raining from the air in SyriaAt least 58 dead, including 13 children, from airstrikes on Idlib, in which busy marketplace was hit. Truce only come into effect tomorrow.
Key points in US-Russia truce deal on SyriaHere are the main points of the plan devised by the US and Russia to try to end the fighting in the Syrian civil war.
Iran building second nuclear power plantA year after the nuclear deal, Iran begins construction on new nuclear power plant that it promises will only be used for peaceful purposes.
Syria regime accepts US-Russia truceCan the war in Syria be nearing an end? President Assad accepts US-Russian joint plan of pathway to end the conflict, but opposition unsure.
US pushes Russia for 'true' Syria dealAhead of peace talks on Syria between the US and Russia, Washington is warning its patience is wearing thin.
Russia: Netanyahu, Abbas agree to meetIsraeli Prime Minister prepared to meet with Palestinian Authority President with no preconditions.
Washington aware of Russia's peace effortsState Department deputy spokesman says the U.S. is "closely following" Russia's efforts to host a meeting between Netanyahu and Abbas.
Russian jet gets too close for comfortA US defense official reported that a Russian fighter jet flew provocatively close to a U.S. Navy spy plane this evening.
Report: Abbas agrees to meet NetanyahuPA ambassador to Russia says chairman Mahmoud Abbas has agreed to a Russian proposal for him to meet Netanyahu.
Russian envoy to meet Netanyahu, discuss peaceRussian Deputy Foreign Minister scheduled to meet Netanyahu and discuss possible meeting with Abbas.
US, Russia negotiating Syria dealThe United States indicated Sunday it was close to a deal with Russia to stemp the violence in Syria's brutal civil war.
Russia using cluster bombs in SyriaEvidence is growing that Russian forces are using cluster bombs in Syria.
'Russia claim it killed ISIS spokesman is a joke'American officials laugh at Russia's assertion that it was responsible for the air strike that killed ISIS spokesman Abu Mohamed al-Adnani.
Iran to Turkey: Get out of SyriaIran claims Turkey's offensive "a violation of Syria's sovereignty," as Turkey marches deeper into Kurdish-claimed territory.
Russia rejects UN findings on SyriaRussia says findings of a UN-led investigation on Syrian chemical attack are not conclusive enough to trigger sanctions.
Her grandmother hid their JudaismFleeing the violence of Ukraine, 211 new olim disembarked at Ben Gurion today. 'We knew we had Jewish roots but did not have the documents.'
Desperate man cries help after ex-wife takes kids"I feel like I have no rights."
Jewish immigrants flee Ukrainian civil warAs tensions rise between Russia and Ukraine, 211 new immigrants from Ukraine will land tomorrow at Ben Gurion Airport.
Russia sides with UN against AssadRussia appalled by report Assad used chlorine gas. "We must prevent such things from happening, even in the fog of war."
Russian Jews posthumously honor Elie WieselJewish organization working in the former Soviet Union inaugurates exhibition in Moscow on the life of Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel.
Russian TV runs doc on Jewish Titanic conspiracyPrivately owned Russian television channel reruns documentary that claimed the Titanic was sunk partly due to a conspiracy by Jews.
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."
U.S.: Unclear if Russia stopped using Iranian 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.
Kerry denies knowledge of Russia, Iran militaryRussia 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.
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.
Iran: Russian forces 'inconsiderate show-offs'Defense Minister of Iran says Russia was showing off when it revealed that it used an Iranian airbase for bombing missions in Syria.
Evidence that Russian hackers attacked the DNCA report by Fox News experts raises questions about several coincidental high-profile hacks. "It's very interesting timing."
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.
Australia joins the search for Raoul WallenbergAustralian foreign minister Julie Bishop has called for the truth to be revealed about the fate of Holocaust hero Raoul Wallenberg.
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.
Jewish physician at center of doping scandalRussian physician of Jewish descent is one of the central figures in the scandal that led to the partial ban on Russia in the Rio Olympics.
Talmud making a comeback in RussiaNew Russian translation of Talmud released amid growing interest in religious text among secular Russian Jews - and non-Jews.
Russia launches second Syria bombing raidRussia on Wednesday launched warplanes from Iran for the second time to bomb ISIS forces in Syria.
'Russian bombing from Iran unfortunate'United States bemoans Russia's use of an Iranian air base to launch a bombing raid in Syria, but says Moscow gave an advance warning.
Russian warplanes bomb Syria from Iranian baseRussian Defense Ministry announces that Russian air force used an Iranian base for an airstrike against Jihadist forces in Syria.
Russia 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.
Ukraine battles rebels, Russian forces join themUkrainian forces report 64 rebel attacks on Sunday, worried about gathering Russian forces in rebel territory.
'Let us bury Raoul Wallenberg'After new evidence emerged last week that Raoul Wallenberg is probably dead, his eponymous foundation pleads with Putin for his body.
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."
Could hackers derail Clinton's White House dream?With the threat of an indictment over her use of a personal email server gone, Democrats fear hacked documents could do just as much damage.
Russian drone invaded Israeli airspacePutin admits drone which entered Israeli airspace was Russian, not Syrian. Despite three attempts, IDF failed to shoot down the aircraft.
Russia fires back at Obama's criticism on SyriaRussia accuses Washington of lacking trust in Moscow and not behaving as a true partner.
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.
Russia accuses Syrian rebels of using poison gasRussian defense ministry says seven people died in an attack by Syrian rebels using weapons loaded with a "poisonous agent".
Syrian regime forces close in on AleppoSyrian regime forces, backed by heavy Russian air raids, recaptured hilltops and villages on the southwest edges of Aleppo.
Jihadist rebels repelled from AleppoFierce fighting between Russian forces and rebels continues after rebels attempted to invade Aleppo overnight.