Edith M. Lederer, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 5:49pm
The chief U.N. chemical weapons investigator in Syria says there should be a new investigation to determine who was responsible for chemical weapons attacks that killed hundreds in the conflict-wracked country.
Dalton Bennett, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 4:09pm
Charcoal from Somalia is prized in Gulf nations: Made from acacia trees, it's slow burning and gives a sweet aroma to the region's beloved grilled meats and to tobacco burned in waterpipes. It is also banned by the United Nations, because its shipments rake in millions of dollars a year for al-Qaida-linked militants.
Josef Federman, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 2:59pm
Israel's defense minister says Lebanon has pledged to punish the sniper who killed an Israeli soldier in a cross-border shooting this week.
Daniel Estrin, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 2:52pm
For decades, the religious Jews who bucked a rabbinic ban and visited a Muslim holy site in Jerusalem where the ancient Jewish temple once stood were seen by many as a fanatic fringe.
Josef Federman, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 2:11pm
An American family that is suing the Bank of China in a U.S. terrorism case accused Israel on Tuesday of caving in to Chinese pressure by blocking a key witness from testifying.
Nasser Karimi, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 1:55pm
A top adviser to Iran's supreme leader said Tuesday Tehran is ready for a final nuclear deal with world powers over its disputed nuclear program, a strong signal of interest after it pulled out of expert-level talks to protest the U.S. targeting of companies it says evaded current sanctions.
Ryan Lucas, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 12:53pm
Hospitals in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo are overwhelmed with casualties, an international aid group warned Tuesday, as government warplanes blasted opposition areas of the city as part of a withering three-day air assault that has killed more than 100 people.
Tia Goldenberg and Mohammed Daraghmeh, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 12:32pm
The European Union said Tuesday it has asked Israel not to announce any new West Bank settlement construction following an expected Palestinian prisoner release, warning that it would be held responsible for any resulting failure in Mideast peace talks.
Bouazza Ben Bouazza, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 10:58am
Tunisian police stepped up security while protesters from across the spectrum accused the government Tuesday of betraying the revolutions that started in this country and rocked the Arab world.
Tia Goldenberg, Associated Press | posted Dec 17th - 10:00am
Israeli authorities broke up a demonstration outside the parliament building on Tuesday, taking away some 150 African migrants who had joined the protest against Israel's policy of detaining those illegally in the country.
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