Iraq's accusation that Syria was behind the massive Baghdad bombing a month ago Saturday has pushed relations to a new low.
A rally in Iran turned violent Friday as opposition supporters defied warnings and thronged the streets. Meanwhile, President Ahmadinejad repeated his claim that the Holocaust was a lie.
Mark Garlasco was suspended by Human Rights Watch. But does his hobby mean his report on white phosphorus use in Gaza is inaccurate?
A historian delves into Islamic history to illuminate the roots of the Shiite-Sunni schism.
Women bear the brunt of conflict, so their input for peace is essential.
The president is too ‘powerless’ and the Israeli lobby and corporate interests too strong, the Al Qaeda leader said in a purported taped address.
The prime minister-designate announced he was stepping down, 10 weeks after fruitless negotiations to form a new government.
The opening of a Foreign Ministry office for religion signals a rising awareness of the political clout of the world's faiths.
An organization helping teachers to promote conflict resolution in classrooms hopes the effort could blossom into a more peaceful national culture.