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Dreaming big, President Obama once envisioned this would be the moment when world leaders would gather to herald a new state of Palestine. What waits for him instead at the United Nations this coming week is closer to a diplomatic nightmare that may isolate the United States, anger Congress, deepen the Mideast divide and cloud the rest of his agenda.
Turkey's prime minister said Monday that Israel's raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla last year was "cause for war" but added that his country showed "patience" and refrained from taking any action.
Israel is tired of Hollywood filming Jesus' Crucifixion in Italy and the Crusader invasion of the Holy Land in Morocco.
Israel is tired of Hollywood filming Jesus' crucifixion in Italy and the Crusader invasion of the Holy Land in Morocco.
Militant groups in Gaza have agreed to a cease-fire aimed at ending a three-day round of violence with Israel, a senior Hamas official said Sunday.
The Iraqi parliament on Tuesday approved a law aimed at strengthening journalists' rights in a country that tops the list of unsolved killings of members of the media.
The Israeli government on Tuesday appealed to Apple Inc. to remove an application called "ThirdIntifada" from its App Store, saying the program glorifies violence against the Jewish state.
A potential leader of a key Israeli opposition party says he welcomes President Obama's call for the Jewish state to use its pre-1967 borders in peace negotiations with the Palestinians.
The White House is pressing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to publicly adopt President Obama's view that Israel's pre-1967 border should be the basis for future peace talks.