With economy in recession, Turkish leader faces losing control of capital and Istanbul as public fury grows over soaring prices
Israel lifted some restrictions on a commercial crossing and will expand a Mediterranean fishing zone
Arab leaders also promised to support Palestinians in their bid for statehood
Down in the polls, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party has released a new campaign trying to paint his main rival, former military chief Benny Gantz, as mentally unstable
Journalists at Haddad's private television channel Dzair News said he was arrested overnight in Oum Tboul, close to the Tunisian border, confirming a report from the daily 'El Watan'
Benjamin Netanyahu's red carpet welcome for Bolsonaro comes days ahead of a tough re-election bid for the long-time Israeli premier on April 9
Israeli army said that projectile launched from Gaza Strip did not cross into Israeli territory, but did set off air-raid sirens in country's south
Palestinian conflict, Syria and Iranian meddling in the region were key topics of discussion
Pope Francis sought to encourage greater Christian-Muslim dialogue during his first trip to Morocco
Iranian media says a man has shot to death seven members of his wife’s family in the southwestern city of Dezful
Israeli researchers say a massive cavern on the shores of the Dead Sea is the world's largest salt cave. VOA's Kevin Enochs reports on the discovery of this relatively young, beautiful inner sanctum.
Rocket attack threatens to undermine Egyptian-mediated efforts to cement a deal that Gaza Strip's Hamas rulers hope will ease an Israeli-Egyptian blockage of the territory