International conference on the Palestinians Intifada in Tehran
TEH2001042503 - 25 APRIL 2001: TEHRAN, IRAN: Lebanon's Hezbollah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah attends the International Conference on the Palestinian intifada in Tehran, Iran, April 25, 2001. .cc/cc/Ali Khaligh UPI ..
Syria launched the heaviest barrage of gunfire in a week in Qusair Saturday in an attempt to retake the town from rebels, anti-government activists said.
UPI Almanac for Saturday, May 25, 2013.
Claims that Iran is directly involved in the military campaign in Syria are part of a smear campaign, a foreign ministry spokesman said.
The reported delivery of supersonic Russian anti-ship missiles to Syria heightened Israeli concerns about protecting its offshore gas fields.
Israel's air force commander warned that his squadrons could be in a "surprise war" with Syria as Russia bolsters the Damascus regime with new missiles.
World leaders need to consider "every way" possible to increase the pressure on the Syrian president, British Foreign Secretary William Hague said Wednesday.
Middle Eastern politics are notorious for their Byzantine twists and conspiracy theories, but Israeli leaders seem to be sending some strange and contradictory signals to Syria these days.
Surrounded by crises in all its Arab neighbors, Israeli leaders are not about to facilitate the birth of a Palestinian state.
Hezbollah's efforts to help the Assad regime win the civil war in Syria is a concern to the United States and its allies, a White House spokesman said Tuesday.
The United Kingdom formally requested the European Union designate the Lebanese Hezbollah's military sector a terrorist organization.