While speaking to other media, Jabhat Fateh al-Sham turns down EI interview request. Read more about The questions al-Qaida's rebranded Syria affiliate won't answer
Normalization agreement comes at their expense, Palestinians in Gaza say. Read more about Turkey-Israel deal leaves Gaza siege intact
Several refugee camps have been destroyed and depopulated in nearly five years of violence. Read more about Catastrophe for Syrians and Palestinians alike in war-ravaged country
While blocking Palestinians from exploiting gas reserves, Israel enjoys offshore windfall. Read more about Israel's sea blockade of Gaza motivated by gas finds
Authorities are circulating arrest warrants for political and military leaders responsible for 2010 attack on a Turkish ship. Read more about Top Israeli officials face arrest in Spain, South Africa
Country’s top four weapons producers are alarmed by a reduction in their exports. Read more about Are Israel's war crimes no longer good for business?
Aeham Ahmed left after Islamic State fighters destroyed his instrument. Read more about Pianist flees Yarmouk camp for Germany
Ahmed al-Khaldi from Gaza’s Jabaliya refugee camp had moved to Turkey to teach and study. Read more about Palestinian teacher who survived Israeli attacks on Gaza dies in Ankara blast
Israel has denied contacts with Hamas, but several initiatives seem to be underway. Read more about Are Israel and Hamas really talking about ending Gaza siege?
Judges say ICC Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda ignored key evidence that Israel may have intended to kill civilians aboard Mavi Marmara in 2010. Read more about Milosevic prosecutor claims top ICC official bowing to Israeli, US pressure
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