In the new year, local alliances will replace international coalitions. The process dividing the region into American- and Russian-led blocs is falling apart
The government's decision to look into the death of 92-year-old Beji Caid Essebsi in 2019 comes at a time of acute tensions in Tunisian politics
The strike, which took place in the province of Shabwa, also wounded at least eight Yemeni troops
Israeli historian Aron Shneyer has found himself at the forefront of a campaign by Moscow against Russia’s leading human rights organization
Nihaya Daoud is used to seeing eyebrows raised. That’s the reaction she got when going abroad to do a postdoc for two years without her children, and when she became the first Arab woman in Israel to be appointed professor of public health. And she's n...
Novy God, the New Year holiday celebrated by immigrants from the former Soviet Union, is casting off its stigma in Israel as second-generation Russian speakers embrace its festive trappings
The state accused Teva of engaging in misleading marketing practices that fueled the opioid epidemic in New York, including by pushing drugs for off-label use
Religious Services Minister Matan Kahana decides to allocate millions of shekels to building synagogues and religious structures in West Bank settlements, illegal outposts and communities of former Gush Katif settlers