Tuesday, July 7, 2015
The last act of high-stakes Iran nuclear talks began Monday with foreign ministers seeking to resolve a few remaining issues blocking a historic accord on the eve of a final deadline.
Two young lions that had been kept as pets in a Gaza refugee camp traveled Sunday to Jordan where their final destination will be a wildlife sanctuary.
Saudi-led warplanes bombed the Sanaa headquarters of the Yemeni party headed by rebel-allied former president Ali Abdullah Saleh overnight, the party said as officials reported 46 killed in other strikes.
Fouad Abu Asser and his family have returned to their neighborhood amid the rubble of the Gaza Strip -- but something resembling a shed is what they now call home.
Monday, July 6, 2015
A U.S.-led coalition has carried out some of its heaviest airstrikes yet on the Islamic State group's de facto Syrian capital, killing more than 30 people, including six civilians.
Children scramble down a narrow corridor between giant concrete walls as if it were a real-life maze -- but the stark addition to their Israeli nursery has nothing to do with playtime.
In the ruins of what used to be his home, Gaza Strip resident Rabah Abu Shanab reflects on what used to be -- and what little hope remains.
At a bazaar in Tajikistan's capital Dushanbe, once a far-flung outpost of the Soviet Union, cheap goods from neighboring China are helping offset the pain caused by Russia's economic meltdown.
Sunday, July 5, 2015
Afghanistan's parliament on Saturday rejected President Ashraf Ghani's nominee for defense ministry, a crucial post that has sat vacant for months as stretched security forces fight to secure territory from a revitalized Taliban.