The Syrian civil war threatens one of the oldest Christian Armenian communities in Syria, as Armenians commemorate the 1915 genocide.
The U.S. wants its European allies to spend more money for the military. There is just one problem: The Europeans don't have it.
The Pentagon has not followed a key recommendation of a task force appointed after the 2009 shooting at the same Texas Army base.
NATO cites key signs at the border indicating that Russia may be ready to pounce.
Many Israelis want American-born Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard released. But they don't want him released in exchange for Palestinians.
Jonathan Pollard, one of the most damaging spies caught in the U.S., may be freed to restart peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians.
Israel and Turkey are moving to mend relations after a fallout in 2010, and the deal may include some of Israel's natural gas finds.
Many believe Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan blocked Twitter to silence opponents of his government.
Will Russia's massing troops on Ukraine's eastern border and military exercises to the west in Moldova escalate regional tension?
What's more, NATO alliance members have become extremely suspicious of Russia’s intentions, especially in light of the Crimea invasion.
The isolated, heavily militarized Russian territory, home to the Baltic Sea Fleet, is making East European NATO allies nervous.
Obama's upcoming visit to Saudi Arabia was marred by controversy after an American-Jewish reporter was denied a visa.
Moldova and NATO are concerned about Russia's takeover of Ukrainian bases in Crimea and troop buildup near Ukraine's eastern border.
The Russian individuals being sanctioned by the U.S. Department of Treasury are well known players close to President Vladimir Putin.
An attack inside Syria, a corruption scandal, a key election - a Turkish politician opposing PM Erdogan draws up a scenario worthy of a novel.
On the Black Sea across from Crimea, Turkey has a stake in the future of the peninsula, where Muslim Tatars live.
Washington believes that by sending U.S. troops to countries bordering Russia it will deter Moscow from additional aggressive acts.
Finland, bordering Russia to its east, is worried that tensions will escalate. But how serious is the threat?
Israel's government thinks the Iranians may try to get away with something as the world focuses on Ukraine, and is still talking about a strike.
In a sign that Putin isn't backing down, the Russian flag was raised over Crimea's naval headquarters on Wednesday.