Saturday, November 16, 2013


On Iran, cavernous tactical gaps separate Israel, US On Sunday afternoon, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu took to the US airwaves to present Israel's case to the American public.

Fear and loathing in Riyadh Western news coverage tends to depict Israel as the chief advocate for a hard line against the Iranian nuclear program.

Egypt gives Russian dignitaries a red carpet welcome Retired Egyptian military general says Egypt may sign a $2 billion deal with Russia for the purchase of 24 MiG fighter-jets.

Majority of Israelis believe solo strike on Iran can succeed Israel Hayom-New Wave Research poll finds 52.4% of the Israeli Jewish public is in favor of an independent strike on Iran's nuclear facilities.

Assad gaining ground in Syrian civil war Forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad have firmly seized the momentum in the country's civil war in recent weeks.

IDF: Hamas Continues to Grow Stronger Colonel Amos Hacohen, head of the IDF's Southern Gaza Brigade, said on Friday that Hamas continues to grow stronger in Gaza.

Eurozone economy still in troubled waters The eurozone economy grew by a meagre 0.1 percent in the last three months.

Libya Reels as Tripoli Violence Continues Fresh gunbattles have erupted between rival militias in the Libyan city of Tripoli.

Islamists protest military coup in Egypt Several thousand supporters of Egypt's ousted president rallied Friday.

Sun Set To 'Flip Upside Down' Within Weeks The Sun's magnetic field is expected to flip upside down within weeks as its north and south poles swap sides.