On Thursday, Israelis reported credit card failures across the country. While the glitch was resolved, it exposes a national vulnerability that has security officials worried
Though he has yet to publicly announce his intention to run for Egypt’s Presidency, Field Marshal al-Sisi received a strong endorsement from Russia’s leader on a visit to Moscow
Wael Mansour, the Egyptian voice actor performing Donald Duck for Disney’s Arabic broadcasts, revealed he was fired for an anti-Israeli tweet
Jibril Rajoub, a senior official in the Palestinian Authority, tells TIME there may be an outbreak of violence should the current round of peace talks with Israel fail
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
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 …
If Iran follows through the move could increase trust in further nuclear negotiations
Four car bombs exploded in Baghdad on Wednesday, and two rockets were fired into the heavily fortified Green Zone. The targets were the Iraq government that the United States left behind two years ago – a regime dominated by …
Official’s language marks a shift from previous rhetoric
In an apparent warming of relations, Israel’s Defense Minister sat and listened to Iran’s Foreign Minister during a conference in Germany over the weekend
The Palestinian-Israeli peace talks that began in near-total secrecy six months ago are now producing a stream of leaks so steady the negotiations might as well be going on in public. And in a sense they are.
When Secretary of …
A human rights researcher tells TIME of horrors in the hinterlands of the Central African Republic as the international community scrambles to send in peacekeepers
Former CIA director David Petraeus warned during a meeting in Tel Aviv of the threat of militant groups with surface-to-air missiles grounding air traffic worldwide