Israeli troops shoot and kill a Palestinian youth in the occupied West Bank.
The Russian foreign minister says Turkey’s buffer zone plan for Syria breaches the international law.
Bahraini anti-regime protesters take to the streets in the tiny Persian Gulf state ahead of the fifth anniversary of popular uprising.
Italy’s prime minister likens the situation of the EU to a sinking ship.
Iran’s defense chief says Tehran will soon receive the Russian-made S-300 missile system by the first half of 2016.
Five members of a family are killed in a Saudi airstrike on Yemen's Sana'a.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius says he is to leave the country’s government.
Militants attack Red Cross aid convoy near the Syrian capital.
Israeli forces destroy over 10 Palestinian houses in the village of Khirbet Tana, north of the West Bank.
The Yemeni army, backed by Popular Committees, has captured a Saudi border town in Asir province.
A commentator says the Russians and their allies have reversed the equation of Syria talks pretty much and they want also a negotiated settlement but on their terms.
Stephen Lendman says Turkey has sought to cut off a piece of northern Syria and annex it.
The US is dispatching hundreds of troops to the southern Afghan province of Helmand allegedly to help the Afghan army against Taliban militants.
The Pentagon requests more than 145 million dollars of taxpayer money to support Israel, including its missile systems.
A political analyst says Turkey is seeking to wipe out the Kurds under the guise of its so-called war on terror.
The UK plans to increase its naval deployment to the Baltic as part of NATO 'buildup against Russia.'
US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is in an untenable position after suffering an embarrassing defeat in New Hampshire.
A Bahraini court sentences four protesters to 10 years in prison each over an alleged attack on police forces.
Iran has signed an agreement, including 5 billion euros in export credits from Italy, to expand and modernize its rail network.
See the Russian-designed amphibious “mini monster truck” that can go more or less anywhere.
Russia says Turkish companies will face difficulties returning to the Russian market.
US medical authorities say it will take years to develop a widely-available vaccine for the Zika virus.
France's energy giant, Total, starts gas production from two offshore fields in the North Sea.
On February 11, 1979, the Iranian monarchy was overthrown after months of public unrest.
The role of the UN’s peacekeeping force is again under scrutiny after sexual allegations surfacing up in the Central African Republic (CAR).
This episode of The Debate discusses the 2016 New Hampshire primary.
Israel is back on the British mainstream political agenda as an intense internal struggle about the Zionist entity is raging.
Syria says it will firmly respond to any foreign intervention into the Arab country.
This edition of The Debate focuses on the UN ruling on the detention of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.