Four years after the uprising against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Turkey has to accept that it has failed in its main aim: Assad is still in power. What now?
Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s contentious speech before Congress did not move the debate about a possible nuclear deal with Iran forward. Instead it made Israel – at least for the occasion - a partisan issue.
Iraq says its forces have closed in on the city of Tikrit in a fierce battle to stop the advance of the "Islamic State" (IS). Baghdad's biggest operation so far against the jihadist group is said to be making progress.
In a controversial speech to US lawmakers, Israeli PM Netanyahu cautioned that the proposed deal with Iran would not stop or slow down its production of nuclear bombs. In fact, it would do the opposite, he argued.
Half a year has passed since the end of the war in the Gaza Strip. With reconstruction moving slowly and borders mostly closed, hopelessness is spreading among those living in the ruins. Tania Krämer reports from Gaza.
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Israel's upcoming parliamentary election is, in part, a referendum on the country's self-image, with far-reaching consequences for domestic and foreign policy, says Kerstin Müller of the Heinrich Böll Foundation.
Despite public bickering between US and Israeli officials, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the alliance between the countries "is stronger than ever." His remarks come a day before he addresses the US Congress.
The UN's nuclear chief says he doesn’t know when his agency's investigation into Iran will finish. A deadline is looming this month for a framework deal between Iran and world powers on the country’s nuclear program.
Bangladesh's elite security force has arrested its "main suspect" over the murder of atheist Bangladeshi-American blogger Avijit Roy. The man was previously arrested over comments linked to another murder.
Iraq has begun a large-scale military operation to recapture Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit from the "Islamic State" (IS) militant group, according to state television.
Top US diplomat John Kerry has begun talks on the Ukraine conflict with his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov. Kerry will also push for a 'credible' inquiry into the death of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has arrived in Washington to stop a "bad" nuclear deal with Iran. The visit has caused discord with US President Barack Obama.
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