President Hassan Rouhani says Tehran will continue pursuing ‘peaceful’ nuclear research ‘forever’
Government delegates and opposition representatives return to Geneva for another round of what is likely to be a long, drawn-out and ineffectual process
A new report by the U.N. details a bloody year for Afghan civilians
As he seeks rapprochement with the West, Iran’s President is battling conservative hard-liners at home. Reports suggest he recently blocked a planned Iranian missile test
21 militants dead, say Iraqi authorities
Unmanned aerial vehicles will deliver government-issued IDs, driving licenses
Questions about Iran’s nuclear detonator will be answered in the coming months, Tehran says
The Egyptian government is blaming the Muslim Brotherhood for an increase in attacks across the country
Humanitarian aid workers struggled through gunfire to deliver aid and evacuate 611 starving civilians
The violence could derail delivery of aid to starved civilians
Less than a year after President Obama left Israel to the sound of loud cheering after he assured Israelis in Hebrew that they “are not alone,” a new poll has found that 70% of Jewish Israelis do not trust Obama to safeguard their nation’s vital interests in negotiations with the Palestinians.
The survey, published Friday in …
The Russians help deliver a humanitarian aid agreement in one Syrian city. Can they bring an end to the war?
Coalition forces are investigating the claim