American-Israeli Teen Charged For Bomb Threats Against Jewish Centers By
Michael Ron David Kadar, 18, made at least 245 threatening telephone calls between 4 January and 7 March.
US Coalition Dropped Nearly 11,000 Bombs On Iraq, Syria In March By
So far this year, 10,918 munitions have been dropped on Iraq and Syria, with January, February and March each setting new records for munitions dropped.
Report: Israel Blocks Human Rights Workers From Gaza By
Human Rights Watch says that Israel denies rights workers entrance to the Gaza Strip, undermining claims of carrying out its own probe into the 2014 war.
Israeli Cabinet Approves First New West Bank Settlement In 20 Years By
There was no immediate reaction from US President Donald Trump's administration, which is said to be in discussions with Israel on limiting the construction of settlements on Palestinian land.
UK Triggers Brexit, Starts Eyeing Up Middle East By
Britain moves to secure deals with Middle East governments, procuring lucrative defence contracts despite human rights concerns.
Ex-CIA Chief: Michael Flynn Discussed Transferring Gulen With Turkish Officials By
Report says Flynn discussed removing Fethullah Gulen from the US without going through extradition process.
Israeli Suspect Arrested Over Spate Of Bomb Threats To US Jewish Centres By
The US-Israeli suspect has lived in Israel for several years, and was ruled unfit for military service.
Syria War: Damascus Hit With Fresh Assault By Militants By
The rebel assault comes just two days before scheduled peace talks set to get underway in Geneva.
Israel Threatens To ‘Destroy’ Syrian Air Defenses By
Syria's military said it had downed an Israeli plane and hit another as they were carrying out pre-dawn strikes near Palmyra.
Several States Renew Effort To Block Trump’s Revised Travel Ban By
Court papers filed by the state of Washington and joined by California, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York and Oregon asked a judge to stop the 6 March order from taking effect on Thursday.