Iran's Ahmadinejad Visits Egypt, But Don't Expect Hugs And Kisses Anytime Soon
Iran President Ahmadinejad arrived in Egypt on Tuesday, the first time an Iranian diplomat has set foot there since 1979.
Full Text: Hillary Clinton's Farewell To Her Employees
Hillary Clinton officially resigned as the 67th U.S. secretary of state on Friday. Here is what she told her former employees.
Netanyahu And Khamenei: The Imagined Conversation On Ahmadinejad
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad would like to be first Iranian in space. What if two major Middle Eastern players thought it's a great idea?
South Korea Wants 'Strong Action' If North Korea Performs Nuclear Test
The South Korean ambassador to the U.N. told reporters he hopes for "swift action" on the problem of North Korea's nuclear weapons.
5,000 Golden Dawn Supporters March in Athens Under Neo-Nazi Banners [VIDEO]
Mobs of black-clad youths carrying swastikas took to the streets of central Athens, chanting anti-immigration slogans.
Israel Arrests 23 Hamas Members, Including MPs, In West Bank
Israel confirmed the arrests of 25 Palestinians in the West Bank early Monday morning, 23 of whom are Hamas affiliates.
Hillary Clinton: A Look Back At Her Latest Chapter
Hillary Clinton was our most traveled secretary of state and one of our most dynamic. Take a look back at her time as the face of our foreign policy.
Hillary Clinton: Remarks On American Leadership To The Council On Foreign Relations (FULL-TEXT)
The full text of Hillary Clinton's last speech as U.S. Secretary of State, delivery on January 31st, 2013.
US Embassy Bombings Through The Years
Here's a look back at other times U.S. embassies have been targeted all over the world.
The Ankara US Embassy Bombing: What We Know And Don’t Know
A suicide bomber blew himself up on Friday at the U.S. Embassy in Ankara, the Turkish capital, taking at least one person with him.
UN And US Pledge More Money For Syrian Humanitarian Response
The U.N. pledges $1.5 billion and the U.S. has promised $155 million more to aid Syrian refugees waiting in neighboring countries for the war to end.
Israel Must Abandon West Bank Settlements: UN
Israel boycotted a routine UN review of its human rights situation in response to a new report calling on Israel to abandon the West Bank.
The Weapons Of Syria’s War [PHOTOS]
A look at what the Free Syrian Army and others are using in the war against the Assad regime.
Syria Opposition Leader Agrees To Direct Talks With Assad
The head of the Syrian National Coalition, Moaz al-Khatib, wrote on his Facebook that he was "ready for direct discussions" with Assad.
Iran’s Guardian Council Passes Election Reform, Aimed At Ahmadinejad
Iran's Supreme Guardian Council passed a new law on Tuesday aimed at reducing the power Ahmaedinejad would have in overseeing the next election.
Israel Hits Damascus: Officials In Israel, UN And Lebanon Mute On Rumored Airstrikes
An unusually high rate of "no comments" is swirling around two Israeli airstrikes against Syria on Wednesday -- one confirmed, one not.
Israeli Elections From The Palestinian Side: Is There Hope For Peace Anytime Soon?
There aren't likely to be any major changes in Israeli policies toward the Palestinians anytime soon, according to several experts.
UN Security Council Says Libya Has Come Far, But Still Has Far To Go
A report from the head of the U.N. mission in Libya to the Security Council said that while the security situation has improved, Libya still needs a lot of help.
Syrian Civil War: The Aleppo Massacre In Pictures
The discovery of dozens of "executed" bodies in Aleppo, Syria, has caused fresh horror around the world. Each side blames the other.
Ethiopian Immigrants To Israel Claim They Were Forced To Use Contraceptives
An inflammatory documentary claims Ethiopian immigrant women were forced to take shots of contraceptives, or risk being barred from Israel.
Iran Denies Blast At Nuclear Plant, Israel Inisists It Happened, But Denies Involvement
Iran has vigorously denied swirling media reports that there was a blast on Sunday at the Fordow nuclear facility.
Czech Republic Presidential Election Won By Familiar Left-Of-Center Candidate
Former Czech Republic Prime Minister Milos Zeman will become the country's first directly elected president, with 54.8 percent of the vote.
Egypt: 31 Dead In Port Said And Suez In Riots
Violence flared in three cities in Egypt on Friday and Saturday, marking the second anniversary of the beginning of the revolution there.
French Forces Seize Airport, Key Bridge In Mali
The French defense ministry announced the capture of a key city held by the rebels.
Where Are They Now? Two Years After The Egyptian Revolution [PHOTOS]
Here's a look at some of the headliners -- on both sides -- of the Egyptian Revolution of 2011, two years after it got under way.
Five Ridiculous And Offensive Assertions Middle East Leaders Have Made About The Holocaust And Jews [SLIDESHOW]
Morsi isn't alone: Anti-Semitism in the Middle East is mainstream. Here's what some others have said about Jews, Judaism and the Holocaust.
US Setting Dangerous Precedent With Drones In Pakistan, Experts Say
U.S. policies on drones in Pakistan are setting the U.S. up for long-term failure, said two experts at the Council on Foreign Relations
Palestine Debuts Before UN Security Council, With War Of Words
The "State of Palestine" isn't really a state, but that's what the plaque read at the Security Council. What ensued? A fight with Israel.
Israel Elections: Netanyahu’s Power Wavers, Does Not Fall
The Israel elections revealed a few surprises, but kept Netanyahu and the right wing in power by a slim margin.
Israeli Elections: Record Turnout, But Uncertainty Reigns As Parties Battle For Second
With polls closed, uncertainty still reigns in Israel, but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is showing signs of political panic.