Reuters says an IAEA report on Iran's nuclear capabilities would have shown more about the Islamic Republic's nuclear bomb research.
A new report by Amnesty International, the human rights organization, points to a climate of Israeli military impunity.
Israeli airstrikes: Israel has not commented on reports that it struck a Hezbollah target Monday night, but the circumstances and recent history point to its involvement.
Israeli airstrikes: Residents in Nabi Sheet, a remote village in the eastern Bekaa Valley, reported hearing several explosions late Monday, but the nature of the blasts was unclear.
Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis, which took responsibility for Sunday's bus bombing at Taba, says its new economic war aims to 'paralyze' Egypt's government.
Many Jerusalem rental contracts include the unusual stipulation that if and when the Messiah arrives, tenants must move out so the landlord can move in and enjoy the ensuing paradise.
Iranian hardliners see their devotion to martyrdom as the reason Iran has outlasted decades of pressure and covert war. But the ideology's resonance is waning among many Iranians.
Dozens of Palestinians in bright sneakers gather weekly to train for the Bethlehem 'Right to Movement' marathon in April, running through a West Bank valley dotted with ancient olive trees.
Israeli company SodaStream is the largest private employer of Palestinians in the West Bank. Although described as a "model for peace," many Palestinians say they're there only because they have few alternatives.
Here are 10 brands in the crosshairs of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement.