With 800 participants from 70 countries and 100 speakers, the forum was important and a symbolic gathering.
“Both sides would benefit greatly from a peace agreement, but the Palestinians would benefit more and the Israelis would risk more.”
The Rojava Peshmerga stand against ISIS as Turkey and US tussle over the Kurdish future.
A variety of voices from the far-right to left met in Qatar, as the Middle East is increasingly divided.
"In the coming hours the country may see a new government," Qassem Hashem, one of the Hezbollah-aligned Sunni MPs, said.
Experts say despite recent demonstrations in Israel, Tunisia and Jordan, social movement lacks momentum
Haniyeh renewed his call for ending the rift with Fatah and said he was prepared to meet with PA President Mahmoud Abbas.
The Taliban, seeking to reimpose strict Islamic law after their 2001 overthrow, say the presence of international forces in Afghanistan is the main obstacle to peace.
To upgrade its aging fleet, Iran Air ordered 200 passenger aircraft - 100 from Airbus, 80 from Boeing and 20 from Franco-Italian turboprop maker ATR.
Relations between the two NATO allies have long been strained by Syria policy.
The votes last Thursday were a rare rebuke to President Donald Trump, but largely symbolic.
The researchers mentioned that while for the most part, Hezbollah’s missiles are small and inaccurate, “the sheer amount of them makes them an efficient weapon.”
400,000 Yazidis remain without basic services and are unable to return to homes four years after genocide.
Lt.-Gen. Abdul Ghani al-Asadi, who is considered a candidate for defense minister of Iraq, made his comments in an interview with Iraq’s Asia TV Network.
"In Argentina, Trump told Erdogan they were working on extraditing (Fethullah) Gulen and other people," Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said.
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US policy in Eastern Syria is being challenged by Turkey as Ankara claims ISIS is no longer a threat and accuses Washington of shielding Kurdish groups it accuses of terrorism.
Analysts, however, believe that UAE Central Bank announcement is nothing more than a public relations ploy.
INSS Arms Control Director Emily Landau said that clandestine and cyber operations in the Islamic Republic itself were other ways to try to alter Iranian behavior.
Supporters say current constitution reflects an Islamist agenda and is insufficient for Sisi to carry out sweeping reforms.