Mohammed bin Salman arrives for a week of meetings in the United States, Trump may finally withdraw from the JCPOA, and Turkish-backed forces take control of Afrin.
Latest in Syrian Civil War
The U.S. presses for a new ceasefire in Syria, and Mohammed bin Salman embarks on a grand tour.
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.
How long can Russia and Turkey's rapprochement last?
Is Russia losing control of the war in Syria?
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.
Making sense of the latest clash in Syria's complex civil war.
Israel intercepts an Iranian drone and retaliates, U.S. troops attacked by the Assad regime, Egypt launches a new counterterrorism offensive, and Iraq raises funds to recover.
U.S. draws down its forces in Iraq, Mohammed bin Salman tries carrots and sticks with royal rivals, and Israeli and Palestinian officials are at an impasse.
The new plan laid out by Sec. Tillerson has noble goals, but hurts U.S. credibility by overpromising.