Jordan and Saudi Arabia announced on Wednesday that they support international efforts aimed at preventing Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.
Residents in a strategic city of eastern Ukraine faced additional dangers Sunday after the Russian military caused a massive fire at a chemical plant and a British fighter died there, officials said.
A group of bipartisan US lawmakers from both houses of Congress introduced legislation on Thursday aimed at integrating the air defense systems of Israel and neighboring Arab states.
The Jerusalem District Court on Wednesday ruled against four Jewish teens who prayed on the Temple Mount, reversing a lower court decision, which Palestinians and Jordan claimed had legitimized the violation of the status quo at the flashpoint site.
Israeli fighter jets carried out airstrikes in the southern Gaza Strip, targeting a “weapons manufacturing site” for Hamas, the Israeli military said.
Israel shot down a rocket launched from the Gaza Strip on Monday, the Israeli military said, the first such attack in months as tensions in Jerusalem drew angry pro-Palestinian rhetoric from Jordan and US mediation efforts.
Hungary has opened a charity shop selling products made by Christian refugees in Jordan as part of the Hungarian government’s efforts to prevent migration towards Europe.
Two minor earthquakes were felt in northern Israel over the span of a few hours, joining a string of tremors to hit the area over the past month.
A Canadian movement of truckers protesting the country’s vaccine mandate has inspired a similar protest in the U.S., with a convoy expected to arrive at the nation’s capital next month. That movement, though, sparked controversy beyond its protest this weekend after a run-in with the popular online fundraiser, GoFundMe.
Scientists consulting with the U.S. government early in the pandemic believed COVID-19 originating from a lab in Wuhan, China, was possible or even likely, but Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Francis Collins worked to shut the hypothesis down, according to several emails.
The U.S. military downed a drone deemed to have hostile intent Tuesday that was headed toward a base in southeast Syria that houses 200 American troops, a senior defense official told Fox News’ Jennifer Griffin.
United States Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield told the Security Council Tuesday that Israel’s settlement building in the West Bank “has reached a critical juncture” while also admonishing the top UN body for its “overwhelming focus” on the Jewish state.
A drone strike last month targeting a US military base in southern Syria represented Iranian retaliation for Israeli airstrikes in Syria, the New York Times reported Friday citing several American and Israeli officials speaking on the condition of anonymity.
A Syrian soldier was killed and three others were wounded in an Israeli airstrike targeting an area south of the city of Palmyra in central Syria on Wednesday night, according to Syrian media.
World leaders hurried to explain their assets after millions of documents revealed their secret dealings in most extensive investigations of leaked offshore documents in history.
Hundreds of world leaders, powerful politicians, billionaires, celebrities, religious leaders, and drug dealers have been hiding their investments in mansions, exclusive beachfront property, yachts, and other assets for the past quarter-century, according to a review of nearly 12 million files obtained from 14 different firms located around the world.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas accused Israel on Friday of destroying the two-state solution with actions he said could lead Palestinians to demand equal rights within one binational state comprising Israel, the West Bank and Gaza.
In a pre-recorded speech to the United Nations General Assembly, Jordan’s King Abdullah II called on Wednesday to revive the option of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
A group of 21 scientific experts led by Christopher R. Moore, Archaeologist and Special Projects Director at the Savannah River Archaeological Research Program, have published a study detailing a cosmic-impact event that utterly destroyed a city in modern-day Jordan, and which may have inspired the Biblical account of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, Yahoo News reports. Recently published in the journal Scientific Reports, the study describes a Middle Eastern city at the archaeological site of Tall el-Hammam, which the experts believe was destroyed by a comet 3,600 years ago.
A pool of water near the Dead Sea was found to be red recently, with the Jordanian Water Ministry sending technical teams on Saturday to take samples and find out why the pool was red, according to Jordanian media.