The resolution calls for the establishment of a database of businesses "involved in activities" in the occupied West Bank.
The self-sacrifice of Um Qusay, a widow whose Sunni tribespeople sheltered hundreds of mostly Shiite soldiers in 2014 from IS fighters, has won national acclaim. But the fight is far from over.
Turkey has endured six suicide bombings in less than a year, damaging its tourism industry, but the country's interior minister said the country will continue its fight against terror groups.
A suicide bomb attack on Istanbul's main pedestrian shopping street killed five people Saturday and wounded 36 others. Turkey is already on edge after two recent car bombs in its capital, Ankara.
An American man has recounted how he joined ISIS and then escaped after becoming disillusioned. Stories like his are becoming more common.
Analysts say the Russian withdrawal appears intended in part to pressure Syrian President Assad into negotiating seriously in Geneva and offering concessions.
To get to the front lines of Iran's conflicts in Syria and Iraq, war photographers must overcome the fact that hardly anyone wants them there.
After helping defend the Assad regime, Moscow is now looking to exert its influence on peace talks in Geneva. The Syrian conflict entered its sixth year on Tuesday.
As the cost of living rises in Saudi Arabia, a new generation of women’s rights activists is emerging from the working and middle class.
The US said the tests merit a response from the Security Council, but Russia's contention that the launches did not violate a UN resolution all but rule out any council action.
Russia will maintain its air base and a naval facility in Syria and keep some troops there.
Last week's EU-Turkey deal to halt the flow of migrants sailing for Greece has yet to impact the mindsets of Syrian migrants and those who smuggle them into Europe.
The suicide car bombing on Sunday killed 37 people. It was the second deadly attack blamed on Kurdish militants in the Turkish capital in the past month.
The takeover of the Zaman newspaper was only the latest episode, analysts say, in Erdoğan’s systematic crackdown on his foes as he seeks to create a powerful presidential system in Turkey.
Among the dead were 39 civilians in the attack at a security checkpoint. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack, but it bore the hallmarks of the Islamic State.
Rights groups and European officials condemned Turkish police's takeover of the newspaper, seeing it as proof the government silences dissident views.
The Taliban in Afghanistan said they will not participate in a peace process with the Afghan government until other countries stop attacking them and leave the country.
Both sides are alleging violations in the Syria truce, for which there appear to be no consequences. But overall the violence has been dramatically reduced.
President Hassan Rouhani's bloc won a decisive election victory last month but any change will likely be incremental, to the frustration of reformers.
Saudi Arabia has lost patience with a country where Iran-backed Hezbollah holds an effective veto.
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