The Pentagon had said the strike targeted an Islamic State suicide bomber who posed an imminent threat to U.S. troops at Kabul airport. A top U.S. army official says he now believed it unlikely that those killed were dangerous
It may be convenient for Bennett to blame the failures on Netanyahu, but in this case he’s mostly right ■ Israel should consider a different approach on Gaza captives and fallen soldiers
Inmates linked with Islamic Jihad were dispersed across Israel's jails after six prisoners escaped from Gilboa Prison in the north, four of whom were captured last week
Foreign Minister Yair Lapid plans to virtually participate in an event to mark the anniversary together with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and foreign ministers from UAE, Bahrain and Morocco.
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization was formed in 2001 for Russia, China and ex-Soviet states in Central Asia to function as a counterweight to Western influence in the region
Egypt is attempting to broker indirect talks between Israel and Hamas that would lead to a permanent ceasefire over Gaza.
Beyond the familiar veneer, a substantial gap in definition and policy toward Iran's nuclear plans is forming between Jerusalem and Washington
Blinking from all sides over the last few weeks and even days has started to reshape the geopolitics surrounding the issue of the Iran nuclear deal talks.
Shamima Begum, 22, joined ISIS when she was 15, though she has since left the organization. However, she has been unable to return to the UK after her citizenship was stripped.
'In several songs, he talks about Iran being occupied, colonialized, and isolated. We must save Toomaj Salehi'