Israel’s Iranian Jews worry about the nuclear deal

They often have ties to home, but that doesn’t mean they trust the Iranian regime or want sanctions lifted.

Saudis launch new airstrikes as U.S. concerns grow about Yemen war

Houthi rebels said they will only resume a political dialogue if the air attacks stop.

Police personnel, residents return to Iraqi city of Ramadi as panic subsides

Military officials said security has improved after reinforcements were sent to the city in recent days.



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Saudi Arabia says it will scale back its military campaign in Yemen

Officials announced a new phase of operations, even though the Houthi rebels have not been halted.

Debate ignites over Arab journalist’s role in Israeli independence event

Lucy Aharish will participate in the official celebration for an event many Arabs deem a catastrophe.

Former Egyptian president Morsi sentenced to 20 years in prison

The verdict is the first against the ousted Islamist leader since he was detained nearly two years ago.

Dozens reported killed in airstrike in Yemen capital

The attack may be the deadliest in Sanaa since the Saudi-led campaign against Houthi rebels began.

Militiamen hand over body suspected to be that of top Saddam Hussein aide

There is no confirmation, however, that the dead man is Izzat Ibrahim Douri, the notorious “king of clubs.”

Yemen grinds to a halt for lack of gas

Intense fighting is starving Yemen of fuel, leaving residents increasingly unable to flee bombing raids.

Iraqis unearth mass graves in city where Islamic State ruled

The corpses offer some of the first concrete evidence about a terrible massacre of Shiite soldiers in Tikrit.

Thousands of Iraqis flee as Islamic State makes gains in Sunni heartland

A humanitarian crisis spiraled amid signs that some security forces had abandoned their posts.

Iraqi officials: Top Saddam Hussein aide may have been killed in fighting

Izzat Ibrahim Douri has been on the run since the fall of Saddam Hussein.

What’s next for Israel’s new Arab political party?

After the Joint List made history in last month’s elections, expectations are now very high.

Christians who use the language of Jesus being uprooted by Islamic State

Aramaic-speaking Assyrians are being driven from Syria and Iraq by war and the militant group.

U.N. imposes arms embargo on Yemen’s rebel factions

Russia has called for a wider block on weapons reaching Yemen’s conflict, but did not veto the U.N. vote.

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