A U.N. investigation concluded Monday that Syrian forces committed crimes against humanity by killing and torturing hundreds of children, including a 2-year-old girl reportedly shot to death so she wouldn’t grow up to be a demonstrator.
Iranian website says explosion occurred on street adjacent to military school. Meanwhile, satellite images of site hit by blast two weeks ago reveals extensive damage. Analyst: Impossible to tell whether blast caused by sabotage
Egyptians cast aside worries over a new wave of unrest and waited patiently and peacefully in long lines Monday to vote in the first parliamentary elections since Hosni Mubarak’s ouster, determined to reap the fruits of their uprising and have their choices count after decades of rigged polls.
Defense Ministry issues apology after pregnant American photographer complains she was humiliated, strip searched by Israeli soldiers during security check
Stalinist state provided Damascus with technology used in uranium enrichment critical step in nuke development, German paper reports
Israel’s prime minister intervened to halt renovation work on a pedestrian walkway adjacent to the most sensitive holy site in Jerusalem to avoid inflaming public opinion in the Arab world, an Israeli official said Monday.