On Tuesday, at least six European member states voted to block an EU resolution condemning the US peace plan.
Tuesday night’s explosion at the Beirut port, which has claimed over 135 lives so far, marked a new low for an already demoralized public in Lebanon.
Nearly 1,000 Jews visited the Temple Mount in Jerusalem on Thursday morning, July 30, to mark the fast day of Tisha B’Av.
Iran upped the rhetoric with images of masses of missiles, which it claims are the first of their type being shot from underground areas.
Israel signed the first part of an agreement with California-based Arcturus to have first access to its novel coronavirus vaccine.
Russia conducted a massive combat readiness check last week after a surprise drill was called for by President Vladimir Putin.
Hezbollah continues to bolster its cache of weapons by storing them in densely-populated urban locations around Lebanon, a new study has revealed.
Israel’s Ofek 16 satellite successfully made it into orbit over Iran Monday and is expected to send back its first high-resolution pictures by next week.
Yet another massive fire last weekend damaged a power plant in Iran’s Khuzestan province. Iran, once again, called it an accident.
Goals for Russia, Turkey and Iran are converging in Syria, undermining the US role in eastern Syria and isolating US partner forces like Israel.