Ten children were among 24 people killed in strikes on a rebel enclave near the Syrian capital Tuesday, a monitor said as the UN’s humanitarian chief paid his first visit to the country. Eastern Ghouta has been under government siege since 2013 and its estimated 400,000 inhabitants are suffering severe shortages of food and medicine. The deadliest strikes hit the Hammuriyeh district, while more than 80 people were wounded in the bombardments of the rebel territory, said the Observatory, which relies on a network of sources inside Syria.
Reckless leaders and religious fanatics in Israel and U.S. are straining our ability to live together
Committee members opted for legal solution whereby only on the third offense would a criminal file be opened against the client
Rachel Maddow reports on a meeting convened by Donald Trump to ostensibly have a biparistan discussion of immigration policy that turned out to mostly be an inconsequential waste of time at which Trump showed his lack of understanding of his own position.
Regardless of which judges Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked seeks to appoint, the next time the High Court issues a ruling she doesn’t like, she will once again view the bench as a gang of leftists
Israel will approve construction of hundreds of new settlement homes in the occupied West Bank, Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman said on Tuesday. Settlements are one of the most heated issues in efforts to restart Israeli-Palestinian peace talks, frozen since 2014. Palestinians want the West Bank for a future state, along with East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip.