Getting Around Russia For Natural Gas, Via Turkey
March 05 2015 12:00 PM EST
Europe wants to decrease its dependency on Russian energy. Turkey says it has a solution.
In The Mideast, Iran’s Nuclear Power Is A Side Conversation
March 03 2015 3:13 PM EST
In the Middle East, Iran’s nuclear power is not the top issue. The focus is on fighting ISIS.
Al Qaeda Group Defeats US-Backed Rebels In Syria
March 02 2015 12:56 PM EST
The disintegration of Harakat Hazzm marks a turning point for the fight to control the surroundings of Syria's biggest city and economic center.
Some US-Allied Sunni Leaders Are Working With ISIS, Fighters Say
February 27 2015 2:30 PM EST
Some of Anbar province’s Sunni tribal leaders are allied with the U.S. but working with the Islamic State group.
The Fear Of An Iran Freed From Sanctions
February 26 2015 3:56 PM EST
The Middle East is more worried about Iran re-entering the world market than it is about a nuclear weapon.
Lack Of US Weapons Hurts Anti-ISIS Strategy In Anbar
February 23 2015 6:59 PM EST
An uptick in ISIS fighters killed won't mean much if the US doesn't send weapons, say Iraqi Sunni leaders.
ISIS Prepares New Iraq Headquarters
February 23 2015 12:02 PM EST
As the U.S. readies a major assault on the so-called Islamic State in Mosul, the extremist group is moving its operations to Hawija.
ISIS Fighters Escape US Bombs In Anbar
February 20 2015 6:13 PM EST
Airstrikes in Iraq's Anbar province aren't killing ISIS militants, and the group is advancing, Sunni tribal leaders say.
Syria’s New Flashpoint
February 20 2015 1:04 PM EST
In northern Aleppo province, Syrian rebels, military forces and ISIS militants are waging a new kind of war.
Istanbul Under A Rare, Massive Snowstorm
February 19 2015 7:00 PM EST
Images from Istanbul, which experienced one of the biggest snowstorms in nearly 10 years.
US Strategy In Iraq’s Anbar Province Isn't Working
February 19 2015 3:29 PM EST
American allies on the ground in Iraq aren’t getting weapons, and some of them are even defecting to ISIS.
Syria's South Is New Battleground
February 13 2015 12:21 PM EST
The rebels are getting closer to Damascus, and the regime is calling in more and more outside help — from Iraq, Iran and Afghanistan.
Boko Haram Expands Beyond Nigeria
February 13 2015 8:03 AM EST
Boko Haram continues to attack villages in northeastern Nigeria, but it's also pushing into neighboring countries.
Syrian Rebels Aim For Damascus, May Get US Aid
February 09 2015 3:03 PM EST
Rebels are making a new push for Assad's capital, and may give the U.S. someone to support in the war.
Yemen's New Rulers Make Friends With Russia And China
February 07 2015 7:02 AM EST
The Shiite rebels who took power in Yemen need friends and money. Russia and China came knocking.
Turkey's Uncertain Pledge To Fight ISIS
February 05 2015 4:47 PM EST
Turkey arrested one man accused of being an ISIS member, but may not be doing enough about the other thousands.
Boko Haram's Suicide Bombers Are Increasingly Women
February 05 2015 7:49 AM EST
Ahead of Nigeria's elections, Boko Haram is stepping up its campaign of violence — and using women to carry it out.
Jordan Tries To Quell ISIS Support
February 04 2015 2:47 PM EST
The Islamic State group may already have a foothold in the country, right next door to its "caliphate" in Iraq and Syria.
Executions Of Jordan's Al Qaeda Prisoners Could Be Imminent
February 03 2015 2:43 PM EST
Jordan vowed revenge for the death of its F-16 pilot at the hands of ISIS.
In Face Of ISIS, US Rushes To Support Sunni Militias
February 02 2015 5:53 PM EST
The U.S. is training and equipping Sunni militias in Iraq's Anbar province to fight the Islamic State group.