Trump is preparing to slash or eliminate the year’s first contribution and make future donations contingent on major changes to the U.N. Relief and Works Agency.
The optimism some initially felt after Donald Trump's election is giving way to impatience.
Secretary of State John Kerry’s meeting in Jedda with 10 Middle Eastern foreign ministers produced a communique Friday, but little more.
Arab online newspaper Elaph reports that rebels in East Aleppo, Syria, are deeply divided over the prospect of President Obama ordering U.S. airstrikes on the so-called Islamic State.
The diplomatic angst issuing from Washington around the United Arab Emirates' and Egypt's bombing of weapons depots belonging to the Qatar-backed fundamentalist militia of Misrata holds many delicious ironies.
There are such things as small terrorist groups that do a lot of harm and lack any significant social or political support.
Israel continued its attacks on the Gaza Strip on Tuesday as militant Palestinian rockets landed in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Of the twenty-three people killed, all were Palestinian.
Trying to close down social media such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube has been a desperate ploy of dictatorial regimes throughout the world.
Israel has approved the construction of 1,600 new homes in existing settlements on territory that was seized from the Palestinians, Reuters reports.