During the course of Israel’s three-week campaign of mass arrests in the West Bank, ostensibly to search for the killers of three settlers,
Silence about abuse of Palestinian minors contrasts with outrage over 3 missing Israelis
On the night of 6 June 2014, at least 11 Israeli soldiers have taken over the home of Mohamed Ayad (73) and Nejma Ayad (68), American citizens, in the village of Silwad,
U.S. and European governments express alarm about what they say is a growing number of their citizens traveling to Syria to join extremist militants in the fight to topple Bashar al-Assad. In the United States,
The United Nations has warned that a looming drought in Syria could push millions more people into hunger and exacerbate a refugee crisis caused by the three-year conflict.