Seven Egyptian security personnel arrived in Cairo Wednesday morning after being released by kidnappers in the Sinai Peninsula, Egyptian officials said.
Surrounded by crises in all its Arab neighbors, Israeli leaders are not about to facilitate the birth of a Palestinian state.
Hezbollah has taken heavy losses while backing regime forces in Syria, heightening concerns the Shiite movement's heading for a showdown with Sunni jihadists.
Four men were sentenced in a U.S. court in Minnesota to prison for terrorism offenses related to support for Somali organization al-Shabaab.
Hamas and Fatah have agreed to form a unity government in the Gaza Strip within three months, a senior Hamas official said.
The U.N. panel looking into claims of human rights abuses in Syria backed off reports Monday it has evidence rebels used the nerve agent sarin gas.
Syria vowed to retaliate after an apparent Israeli airstrike on the capital Damascus early Sunday.
UPI Almanac for Saturday, May 4, 2013.
A faction fight in Fatah is to blame for recent attacks on the party's leaders in Gaza, the interior ministry said Friday.
An Israeli man was stabbed to death and shot Tuesday in an attack at the Tapuah Junction in the West Bank and a suspect was captured, police said.