It's up to the United States to prevent what increasingly seems like an inevitable outcome.
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After years of investigations, Israeli Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit has announced his decision to consider indicting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with multiple counts of graft.
The Trump administration's peace plan is irreparably flawed. The longer it's postponed, the better.
U.S. Shifts Support for Saudi Intervention in Yemen, Gaza Clashes Spark Political Crisis in Israel, Trump Administration Eases Pressure over Khashoggi Murder
Saudi forces are closing in on Hodeidah but will no longer receive refueling support from the United States, a tenuous ceasefire is in effect after two days of violence along the Israel-Gaza border, and Turkey shares intelligence about Khashoggi’s death.
Assad Regime Prepares for Idlib Offensive, U.S. Cuts Support for Palestinian Refugees, and Iraqi Factions Jockey to Form a Government
The Syrian regime is readying an assault on one of the rebels’ last enclaves, the Trump administration slashes its remaining funding to the Palestinian refugee agency, and two parliamentary coalitions battle for control of the Iraqi government.
With the deadline for the Iran deal closing in, is Trump trying a diplomatic Hail Mary?
Netanyahu's presentation seemed designed to scuttle the Iran deal, but instead it demonstrated why the JCPOA is important in the near term and how it can be improved in the future.
Aid convoys were forced to turn back from Eastern Ghouta as shelling continued, and another one of Netanyahu's associates agrees to testify against the prime minister.
What would be the constitutional implications of a possible indictment against Prime Minister Netanyahu?
The Assad regime backs the Kurds fighting Turkey’s intervention, corruption investigations of Netanyahu conclude with recommendations for indictment, and Iran tries to contain a currency crisis.