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Last week, IDF soldiers killed a Jordanian judge at the Allenby Bridge border crossing after Israeli authorities said he tried to steal a guard's rifle.
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Israel is to allow the resumption of diesel deliveries into Gaza, a day after the territory's sole power plant stopped working due to a lack of fuel, officials have said.
St. Patrick's Day festivities are in full swing with the usual merriment of bagpipes and beer, but political tensions lingered in the northeastern U.S., where city leaders will be conspicuously absent from... St. Patrick's Day festivities are in full swing with the usual merriment of bagpipes and beer, but political tensions lingered in the ... (more)
With rebels fleeing into neighboring Lebanon, Syrian government troops and Hezbollah fighters captured a strategic town near the frontier Sunday, ousting opposition fighters from their last stronghold in the vital border area.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas only faces bad options, from his perspective, as he heads into a White House meeting Monday with President Barack Obama.
In a statement, it said the delivery was made earlier this month in order to help bolster Iraq forces fighting a breakaway al-Qaida group known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
Dubai has reached an agreement with Abu Dhabi and the United Arab Emirates' central bank to extend payment of $20 billion of debt that was due this year.
At least seven people were killed and 32 others wounded in four bomb attacks in Iraq's capital Baghdad on Saturday, police said, Xinhua reported.
Investigators are hoping to learn the cause of the deadly explosion that leveled two New York City apartment buildings now that most of the rubble has been cleared away.
Iranian shoppers buy vegetables from a street vendor in Tehran last November, a day after a six-month nuclear deal took effect.
Egypt's deadliest terrorist group said one of its founders, who led a 2011 terror attack in Israel, has been accidentally killed by a bomb.
Israel's defense minister says a peace agreement with the Palestinians is unreachable unless they recognize Israel as the Jewish homeland.
Along with some 20 other Syrian children, 13-year-old Anas braves rain, mud and cold to attend class in a tent pitched along Lebanon's border with Syria, the home of a Syrian refugee family that serves as a classroom for four hours each day.
Syrian soldiers entered eastern districts of the town of Yabroud, the last rebel bastion near the Lebanese border north of Damascus, on Saturday and advanced towards the main street, Al Mayadeen television said.
An Iraqi man who once helped anti-government forces try to overthrow Saddam Hussein pleaded not guilty Friday to multiple state counts of attempted murder after authorities say he detonated a homemade explosive device outside a Social Security Administration office in Arizona in 2012.
An attorney for a man who claims he was tortured in the United Arab Emirates at the behest of the U.S. government says his client is too afraid to attempt to travel back to the U.S. American Muslim Yonas Fikre sued the FBI and the State Department last year alleging the agencies demanded that he spy on a Portland mosque.