Civil war leads to crash in value of money sent back home that many families depend on to survive
Australia and Moore-Gilbert have rejected Iran's allegations that she was working as a spy for Israel.
After Turkish leader’s ‘bromance’ with Trump, uncertainty is the order of the day
While the CFR prefers to be courteous with foreign guests, it let Shtayyeh’s appearance go to waste, by feeding him mostly softball questions.
American presidents, in short, can’t win in the Middle East, and this alone should be reason for Joe Biden to avoid initiative here. Nothing in the Middle East demands urgent American action.
Some critics, however, call it a risky gambit that puts someone with a questionable human rights record and who has been close to Iran at the heart of the Iraqi military.
The Saudis twice, in 1948 and 1973, sent troops to help other Arab countries wage war on Israel. Much has changed since then: Israel and Saudi Arabia are both threatened by Iran.
Analysis: The US will not attack Iran in the final weeks of Trump's Presidency.
"Obviously, the trip was never going to be secret."
Iran is viewed as a threat by Jerusalem, Riyadh and Washington. So despite human rights violations, there will likely be more arms procurement by the Kingdom should they normalize ties with Israel.
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A voice from Kurdistan tells of the struggle against Turkish forces
The state-owned Anadolu and other media said 25 F-16 pilots were given aggravated life sentences while four civilians were each given 79 life sentences.
The Kaddish Initiative takes root
Biden, set to take office on Jan. 20, has said he will return the United States to the Obama-era deal if Iran resumes compliance.
By eliminating power interruptions, industrial park expects to double the number of jobs it provides
Moore-Gilbert was tried and convicted within the Iranian courts in secret just over a year and a half ago.
“Relations with Bahrain are an amazing opportunity for Israeli businesses with an emphasis on fintech,” Bank Hapoalim CEO Dov Kotler said.
"I am not a spy. I have never been a spy and I have no interest to work for a spying organization in any country. When I leave Iran, I want to be a free woman and live a free life."
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the PA could be forced to cut basic services, including medical ones, unless it found a way to make up the shortfall.