Peace Talks Can Continue, Despite Unity Deal

Palestinian leaders are insisting stalled peace talks with Israel can move forward, arguing a unity pact between Fatah and Hamas

Kerry’s Mideast Peace Envoy Says Israelis Set Out to Sabotage Talks

Announcements of Israeli settlement expansion made during the U.S.-led Mideast peace effort that ended inconclusively last month

Fatah Agrees to Release All Hamas Prisoners

Reconciliation between Hamas and Fatah is apparently going well, despite the sharp rhetoric flying between the two groups

Settlements delegitimize Israel on int’l stage

Justice Minister and chief negotiator Tzipi Livni (Hatnua) condemned the settlements in undermining Israel and contributing to “the delegitimization of Israel in the eyes

Hamas must recognize Israel, top Egyptian official says

Hamas must recognize the existence of Israel if the Palestinians are to move forward with their hopes of establishing their own state

Jordan Valley announces 10-year plan to triple population

The Jordan Valley Regional Council has a 10-year plan to triple its population to help ensure that its date farms and hilltop communities won’t be handed over to the Palestinians

ICC probes possible war crimes in CAR

International Criminal Court investigators arrived in Bangui on Thursday to begin probing the relentless violence that has plagued the Central African Republic

The U.S. Created a Terrorist Safe Haven in Libya

Terrorists continue to utilize ancient trade routes across these borders. All of Libya’s borders are porous and vulnerable

Obama Continues to Push Unilateral Action to Fight Climate Change

Just days after using the release of the National Climate Assessment to push his message on climate change, President Obama will

To Combat Climate Change, Humanity Must Act Now, NASA Chief Says

Humanity must act now if it hopes to stave off the worst impacts of climate change, NASA chief Charles Bolden says.