Israel's Arab parties faced political extinction just last year. Now they may hold the keys to power.
Syrians injured in the country's civil war and Israeli medical workers have managed to get past old hostilities.
To shoddy construction, corruption and the threat of terrorism, add protests over Circassian genocide victims to the troubles in Sochi.
"Nobody works anymore. They are killing us," says one Palestinian. But he means Egypt as well as Israel.
Israel says there's enough for everybody, if Palestinians managed their water better. But some Palestinians say they're being cheated.
Israel, one of the most advanced countries when it comes to warfare by drone, held a conference to discuss war in the 21st century.
The wall Israel says it needs for its security in the West Bank is separating people from their livelihoods and more. It looks like this.
Palestine is nowhere near as successful as Israel when it comes to tech startups. Brave young entrepreneurs hope to change that.
This Easter, like every Easter since 1187, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre will be opened by Palestinians, who see it as the highest honor.
The Kurds’ martyred city and its 5,000 dead at the hands of Saddam Hussein still stand as a warning, most of all, to Syria’s Bashar Assad.
Palestinians and Israeli settlers are compelled to live under the same roof. Mayhem ensues. It's not a reality show -- it's everyday life in a suburb of East Jerusalem.
How do you save thousands of Jews in France from the occupying Nazi army? Easy: make up a fantastic story inventing a whole new religion. Amazingly, the Germans bought it.
A few hundred people in a settlement in the West Bank vote for both Israeli and Palestinian elections. To the Samaritans, the privilege isn't always a blessing.
Christmas in Bethlehem and Jerusalem is a high point for Christian pilgrims. This year, an old conflict and a new civil war are marring the joyful atmosphere and making Jerusalem feel like a ghost town.
The Palestinian leader may have been the victim of polonium poisoning, like Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko. But if that's what happened, who did it?
Ismail Haniya and his radical Muslim movement have the upper hand in Gaza - political capital they may use to win West Bank elections.
One day after the Egypt-brokered cease-fire, Gazans spilled into the streets to celebrate, as if they had actually won a war with Israel.
For the first time in 36 years, Palestinians in Hebron voted in municipal elections, with the mainstream Fatah party winning.
The Zaatari camp in northern Jordan houses thousands of fugitives from the war next door -- they could become as many as 125,000, and a political problem for the kingdom. In the meantime, they are just glad they aren't in Syria anymore.
Mahmoud Abu Ghanima lost his legs in a drone missile attack, but that hasn't stopped him from pursuing Olympic dreams -- while his fellow Palestinian athletes seek glory in London for a country that does not quite exist