Over the weekend, Obama warned that time is running out on Tehran.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy urged television stations not to telecast the video footage of Toulouse killer Mohamed Merah, amid reports that al-Jazeera is considering relaying the video clippings.
Israel severed ties Monday with the United Nations Human Rights Council after it voted to initiate an investigation into human rights abuses in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Of 505 respondents, 77 percent believe Iran presents a grave threat to Israel's existence and 60 percent think only a military attack on Iran will stop its nuclear program.
Eva Sandler, the widow of rabbi Jonathan Sandler and mother of Gabriel Sandler (3) and Arieh Sandler (5), who were killed by the gunman in the French city of Toulouse, has sent out a message to the Jewish community in memory of her family.
After departing Seoul, Erdogan will reportedly fly directly to Tehran to discuss with Iranian officials details of the Korean summit.
On Friday, Israel allowed nine Egyptian tankers carrying nearly half a million liters of industrial fuel to pass through the Kerem Shalom border crossing and into Gaza, enough to run the plant for about a day.
Cate Blanchett might have just made history. The 42-year-old A-list actress appears on the cover of Intelligent Life magazine and the photo is (shockingly) completely Photoshop-free. Gasp!
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the nation was founded as a haven for Jews whose lives were under threat, during his Thursday's meeting with families of the victims of the Jewish school shooting in the French city of Toulouse.
Syria fits the bill of a nation that has made most of its friends by virtue of having common enemies. There is probably no other way to explain how this fiercely secular Arab nation has been commanding tremendous support from the religious fanatics that routinely make Iranian governments.
Although the Russian people seem to be having some trouble choosing a national leader, they had little trouble deciding to send Buranovskiye Babushki to Azerbaijan to compete in the 2012 Eurovision song contest with their dance-hall hit single Party For Everybody. Buranavoskiye Babushki, is made up of eight Russian grandmothers, though only six will be allowed to compete according to Eurovision rules.
Israel is emptying the contents of its embassy in Cairo, officials on both sides confirmed, suggesting strained diplomatic relations between the two nations since the ouster of Hosni Mubarak's regime.
High oil prices affect politics, schools, jobs, public budgets and almost every industry. But current pressures could be augmented if war breaks out between Israel or the United States and Iran, with the result being a costly disruption in global supply.
Toulouse Shooting: Dramatic Pictures Of The Aftermath Of Mohamed Merah's Alleged Deadly Attacks [PHOTOS]
French police have cornered their suspect in a Toulouse apartment on Wednesday in connection with the killings of four Jewish citizens and three French soldiers. Mohamed Merah, 24, allegedly carried out the attacks and was on the run for several days. Click through the slideshow and view the slideshow of the aftermath of the deadly shootings.
Supermodels are hailed as the epitome of beauty in Western society. Yet, underneath it all, Victoria's Secret Angels, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit models and all other catwalk queens are just flesh-and-blood women, not otherworldly beings. Nothing displayed that better than the Louis Vuitton Fall 2010 casting shots that were posted in LOVE magazine.
Victims of the shooting outside a Jewish school in Toulouse, France were laid to rest in Jerusalem on Wednesday evening.
The Republican presidential candidates are facing dwindling cash reserves as the protracted nominating fight takes its toll, according to Federal Election Commission reports for February.
Israel is moving closer to eliminating potentially dangerous physical standards in the country's fashion industry with a law that bans too-skinny models from working unless they meet a specific body mass index (BMI).
All of Israel mourned as three little children and a Rabbi killed in the Toulouse shooting were laid to rest in Givat Shaul, Israel. The funeral ceremony that began 10 a.m. local time at Givat Shaul's Har Hamenuchot cemetery in Jerusalem was telecast live by the state television.
Israel will phase out the use of its civilian nuclear reactor by 2017 or 2018, its director said Tuesday.
The most significant legacy of the coup was the blowback the U.S. suffered in Iran.
The survey suggests that almost one-third of Europeans surveyed hold strong prejudices against Jews.
The People's Mujahedin of Iran, known as MEK, may have gone from being an anti-Western militant group to a clandestine ally helping to disrupt the Iranian nuclear program.
Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei similarly warned that the Islamic Republic would retaliate with equal force against Israel or the U.S. in the event of an attack.
SWIFT Iran Oil: EU Pushes Crippling Sanctions Affecting International Commerce, Financial Transactions
New E.U. sanctions have prompted Belgium-based financial institution SWIFT to deny Iranian banks access to a global messaging system that is used for arranging money transfers that are crucial to facilitating the country's oil exports.
Israel’s foreign minister Avigdor Liberman, defense minister Ehud Barak and opposition leader Tzipi Livni have all condemned Ashton’s linking the killings in France to events in Gaza.