Yemen peace talks begin, as warring parties make new threats

The opposing sides in Yemen's conflict began direct talks in Sweden on Thursday as a step towards calming violence and averting further humanitarian crisis...

Rival sides in Yemen’s war to hold first direct talks in years

Officials from Yemen's internationally-recognized government are set to hold direct talks with Houthi rebels in Sweden on Thursday in the most significant step to end...

Israel begins operation to ‘expose and thwart’ Hezbollah tunnels

Israel has launched an operation along its northern border with Lebanon to "expose and thwart cross border tunnels" which it says have been dug...

Israeli police say there’s enough evidence to indict Benjamin Netanyahu in a third corruption...

Israeli police said on Sunday that there is enough evidence to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a third corruption investigation. According to a police...

The astounding Putin-MBS high five

A video is worth a thousand words: At the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin...

Anti-Semitism, hatred of minorities ‘corrupts society,’ says Israeli President

Anti-Semitism and the hatred of minorities "corrupts society," Israeli President Reuven Rivlin warned in an exclusive interview with CNN. "For us, it is clear as...

Activists on two continents work to disrupt Saudi Crown Prince’s face-saving tour

Activists on two continents are trying to disrupt Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's first global tour since the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi at a...

Syrian radio host who satirized Assad and ISIS shot dead

Raed Al-Fares, a Syrian radio host who satirized both President Bashar al-Assad and opposition insurgents including ISIS, has been shot dead in the rebel-held...

West’s main Arab allies are testing the limits of its patience

The case of British student Matthew Hedges, jailed for life in the United Arab Emirateson charges of espionage, has sparked another "teachable moment" in the...

85,000 children under 5 may have died of starvation in Yemen war

Save the Children says that an estimated 85,000 children under the age of 5 may have died from extreme hunger or disease since the war...

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