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Israel‚Äôs war with Hamas resumed after a weeklong truce expired, with each side blaming the other for the resurgence of hostilities.
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The Israel-Hamas war and its polarizing reverberations in America are straining some Muslim-Jewish interfaith relationships in the U.S. more than ever.
The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court says his office will ‚Äúfurther intensify its efforts to advance its investigations‚ÄĚ in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Pope Francis says he‚Äôs doing better but again skips his window appearance facing St. Peter‚Äôs Square
An ailing Pope Francis has skipped his popular window appearance to the public in St. Peter‚Äôs Square for a second Sunday but said in televised remarks that he‚Äôs doing better.
A ‚Äúpotential explosion‚ÄĚ has struck a key shipping route off the coast of Yemen. That‚Äôs according to a statement from the British military on Sunday.
Israel‚Äôs military has ordered more areas in and around Gaza‚Äôs second-largest city of Khan Younis to evacuate as it shifts its offensive to the southern half of the territory where it says many Hamas leaders are hiding.
Defense head calls out those who advocate isolationism and ‚Äėan American retreat from responsibility‚Äô
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is denouncing those advocate what he says is ‚Äúan American retreat from responsibility.‚ÄĚ
Muslim community leaders from several swing states are pledging to withdraw support for U.S. President Joe Biden, citing his refusal to call for a ceasefire in Gaza.
Vice President Kamala Harris has engaged in a quick round of diplomacy with Arab leaders while attending the U.N. climate summit in the United Arab Emirates.
U.S. and Israeli authorities say a small western Pennsylvania water authority was just one of multiple organizations breached by Iran-affiliated hackers who targeted a specific industrial control device because it is Israeli-made.
Police in London say they‚Äôve arrested two people during pro-Palestinian events, part of a ‚Äúday of action‚ÄĚ organized by campaigners around Britain.
Israel is pounding targets in southern Gaza and ordering more neighborhoods designated for attack to evacuate, as the United States urges it to do more to protect civilians.
Henry Kissinger‚Äôs legacy in the Mideast is the pursuit of what‚Äôs possible, not necessarily peace, in one of the world‚Äôs most intractable conflicts.
Friday was a day for speechmaking at the United Nations annual climate conference known as COP28, as heads of state each gave short speeches to deliver their views on the planet‚Äôs climate crisis, what their nation is doing and what they think others should do.
A protester is in critical condition after setting themself on fire outside the Israeli consulate in Atlanta. A security guard who tried to intervene was also injured.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken returned to the Mideast this week looking to press for agreements to extend the Gaza cease-fire, step up the release of hostages held by Hamas and limit Palestinian civilian casualties if fighting with Israel resumed.
Israel and Hamas have resumed fighting after a weeklong cease-fire, and Israel says 136 hostages remain in Gaza.
Lebanon‚Äôs militant Hezbollah group has attacked several Israeli army posts along the border. And two Lebanese citizens were killed when Israel shelled a village in southern Lebanon.
Dozens of young Israeli men and women who survived the Oct. 7 Hamas massacre at a rave party in southern Israel have been taking part in support sessions to help deal with their trauma at a retreat in Cyprus.
The New York Times is reporting that Israel knew about Hamas battle plans to attack southern Israel over a year before the Oct. 7 operation took place, but dismissed them as ‚Äúaspirational.‚ÄĚ
Vice President Kamala Harris will face two delicate tasks when she attends a climate summit this weekend in Dubai.
As world leaders gathered for the COP28 climate summit in Dubai, the collapse of a cease-fire in the Israel-Hamas war has plunged the conflict back into open combat and cast a long shadow over the talks.
The Israeli military has released 30 more Palestinian prisoners after eight more Israeli hostages were freed from captivity in the Gaza Strip under the temporary cease-fire.
Three members of Congress are asking the U.S. Justice Department to investigate how hackers breached a water utility system near Pittsburgh.
The House has passed a measure that would permanently freeze the $6 billion recently transferred by the U.S. in a prisoner swap with Iran.
The prospective new owner of the Dallas Mavericks is one of the richest women in the world, a Las Vegas casino mogul, and a U.S. and Israel power broker and newspaper publisher.
The world wants more nuclear energy as a means to fight climate change and supply an ever-growing demand for electricity, part of a generational shift in thinking on atomic power.
Seventeen Thai workers released from captivity by the militant Hamas group have been greeted by family and friends, officials and journalists in an emotional homecoming at Bangkok‚Äôs international airport.
Somalia‚Äôs maritime police force has intensified patrols in the Gulf of Aden following a failed pirate hijacking of a ship earlier this week.
Mediators are scrambling to extend an Israel-Hamas truce set to expire just after daybreak Friday. This follows daily exchanges of hostages held by Hamas for Palestinians imprisoned by Israel during a week-long pause in fighting.
A temporary cease-fire in the Israel-Hamas war has been extended another day. Mediator Qatar announced the extension Thursday morning, just minutes before the cease-fire was set to expire.