The Obama administration is trying to get Iranian exile group the People's Mujahedin of Iran taken off of the State Department's list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations, according to a Monday report in the Wall Street Journal.
Singapore was the fifth-largest arms importer in the world between 2007 and 2011.
Iran has executed a man accused of being an Israeli spy, who was found guilty of killing an alleged Iranian nuclear physicist in 2010, Iranian state media reported Tuesday.
Majid Jamali Fashi, 24, who was sentenced to death in August of last year was said to have worked as an assassin for Israeli intelligence service Mossad, receiving $120,000 for the hit.
Afghanistan will be the focus of a crucial NATO summit in Chicago this month, said NATO Secretary General Ander Fogh Rasmussen during a press conference on Friday. But Pakistan, once a crucial partner in NATO's efforts there, may not be represented at the event.
Rutin -- a compound that occurs naturally in a number of fruits and vegetables and is sold as an herbal supplement -- has a number of anti-clotting properties, meaning that it holds promise as a treatment for conditions like stroke and pulmonary embolism caused by dangerous blood clots.
It's not the type of endorsement you'll see Mitt Romney tout, but General Aladeen, Sacha Baron Cohen's dictator character from the soon-to-be-released film 'The Dictator,' backed the ex-Massachusetts governor over President Barack Obama during a press conference Monday promoting the film.
Vice President Joe Biden received a warm welcome from Conservative rabbis Tuesday as he sought to reassure American Jews about President Barack Obama's commitment to Israel and defend his diplomatic strategy with Iran.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called off holding early elections with a surprise announcement Tuesday that he would be forming a new coalition government with major opposition party Kadima.
In an unexpected development, Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu Tuesday called off early general elections hours after announcing his decision to hold polls on Sept. 4, almost a year earlier than it was originally scheduled. Israeli President Shimon Peres' office has confirmed the cancellation of the elections.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reached an agreement with the Kadima opposition party for a unity government, canceling an early election he had called only a day before.
Oil prices fell Monday to add to the sharp decline in the previous session as French and Greek election results raised doubts about those countries' commitment to the austerity measures to sort out Eurozone debt crisis.
Since the 1990s, Turkey?s fertility rate has steadily declined, due to, among other factors, rising household incomes, expanded access to higher education for women and increased birth control practices.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced Sunday an early general election on Sept. 4.
A SlutWalk rally was organized by some 70 protesters at Jerusalem's Paris Square Friday morning to protest against sexual violence and to respond against the claims that women's attire or her behavior provoked rape and sexual assault.
The brother and co-conspirator of the man who assassinated Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in 1995 was released Thursday after serving over 16 years in prison.
Vogue's underage, anorexic model ban is a prohibition a long-time in the making; but, as the saying goes, better late than never. Vogue, considered as the Fashion Bible by many, is setting a precedent with its move to eradicate too-young and too-skinny models from the pages of its publication. It is one small step for Vogue, one giant leap for fashion.
A senior U.N. official expressed concern over the declining health of two Palestinian prisoners in Israel, who have been on a hunger strike for over two months and are in critical condition.
The IAEA has already demanded access to Iran?s atomic sites as long ago as November when it released a report detailing its suspicions that the Iranians were planning to develop nuclear bombs.
The 50th annual National Day of Prayer is upon us, and President Barack Obama has asked the U.S. faithful to collectively summon their religious zeal, praying for the greater good of the nation and the world. Here are five things that may slip your mind when asking for the benevolence of your Lord.
Gemba also called on Israel and Palestinians to resume direct peace talks which have been on hold since September 2010
Palestinian prisoners have entered the third week of a hunger strike against conditions and practices in Israeli prisons, with numbers swelling to some 1,500 participants.