Articles By Maya Shwayder
As Israel's parties drew up their candidate lists, Benjamin Netanyahu's victory seems more assured than ever.
The 67th session of the U.N. General Assembly opened without much hassle Tuesday, amid indifferent tourists in a grey, rainy Manhattan.
Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi is in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday to meet with Hillary Clinton and receive the Congressional Gold Medal for her human rights work.
Romney's stance on Palestine, the two-state solution with Israel, and the peace process, were made abundantly clear in a recording obtained by Mother Jones. Thus far in the campaign, Romney's foreign policy statements in general have shown that he's not afraid to say what's on his mind.
After a string of "insider attacks" against NATO forces by Afghan forces and the increased risk of violence and protests due to the "Innocence of Muslims" film, NATO officials announced that joint Afghan-NATO operations have been indefinitely suspended until the violence reaches a "tolerable level.
On Monday at a summit, Iran's nuclear head accused the IAEA of sabotaging one of Iran's newest nuclear plants, and once again denied that uranium was being enriched for warheads.
Elephants who are kept by Hindu temples in the south of India are getting dangerously obese, and efforts are now underway to help them slim down.
A French polling group found that 64 percent of France would vote against switching to the euro currency if the referendum were held today but also are against moving back to the franc.
Four members of a Palestinian terrorist group have been convicted by a Hamas-led court in Gaza in the 2011 murder of pro-Palestinian activist Vittorio Arrigoni.
The director behind the anti-Islam film "Innocence of Muslims," Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, has been questioned by L.A. police. Meanwhile, protests in Afghanistan and Jakarta turned violent, and al Qaeda called last week's bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens a "great event.