The Catholic Church will not accept a Middle East without Christians, Pope Francis said on Thursday after meeting with patriarchs from Iran, Iraq and Syria.
“We will not resign ourselves to imagining a Middle East without Christians,” he said before calling for “the universal right to lead a dignified life and freely practice one’s …
As U.S. and Western allies struggle with the mid-2014 deadline of dismantling Syria’s chemical weapons program, the international watchdog overseeing the process has invited private companies to bid for a chance to participate.
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, recently awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, will ask …
64% of Americans would support a deal to restrict Iran’s nuclear capabilities
Prince Bandar Bin Sultan al-Saud’s rebuke follows kingdom’s decision to forgo serving on the U.N. Security Council
Military and Morsi supporters clash
It’s time for Washington to recognize that Cairo is not the center of the Arab world
John Kerry has finally convinced Israeli and Palestinian officials to return to the negotiating table, but with no changes to the fundamental land issue that divides them, the prospects for peace appear just as unlikely as before
A video shows what appears to be a shocking atrocity from the battlefields of Syria
China’s surprising offer on Tuesday to referee peace in the Middle East offers an enticing narrative. Having emerged over the last generation as an economic colossus and budding military power, the People’s Republic might seem …
Iraqis step up to CNN’s Open Mic and share what their lives are like 10 years after the U.S. invasion of their country.
Among the diverse and disparate groups battling the regime, the Farouq Brigades have established a reputation for discipline and efficiency
Lebanon is a minefield of potential flashpoints. But few hold as much possibility for serious violence as the northern Bekaa.