By Jean Shaoul, June 4, 2012
Lebanon’s government despatched troops to Tripoli, the Libyan capital, after sectarian clashes killed 10 on Saturday.
By Peter Symonds, June 4, 2012
The cyber attacks were acts of sabotage that destroyed uranium enrichment centrifuges and forced Iranian technicians to shut down many more.
By Peter Symonds, May 31, 2012
The article, which claims US officials in Azerbaijan were targetted by Iran, is another attempt to blacken Tehran as new sanctions and war loom.
By Peter Symonds, May 29, 2012
The Baghdad meeting last week broke up without any agreement other than a decision to hold a further round of talks next month in Moscow.
By Jean Shaoul, May 28, 2012
Racist attacks injured dozens of asylum seekers, following a rally where leading members of the ruling Likud party made inflammatory remarks against African migrants.
By Peter Symonds, May 25, 2012
Two days of negotiations in Baghdad between Iran and the major powers were only salvaged through a last minute proposal for another meeting in Moscow next month.
By Peter Symonds, May 24, 2012
Sharp differences emerged after the US and its allies unveiled proposals requiring major concessions by Iran, but offering little in return.
By Jean Shaoul, May 23, 2012
Palestinian prisoners have accepted a deal brokered by Egypt to end their hunger strike in protest against Israel’s use of detention without charge or trial and the inhuman conditions they face in jail.
By Jean Shaoul, May 18, 2012
Several days of clashes in and around Tripoli between Sunni Islamists and Alawites have left 10 people dead, 50 wounded and several kidnapped.
By Bill Van Auken, May 17, 2012
Missile strikes by US drones claimed the lives of at least a dozen civilians in Yemen’s southern Abyan province Tuesday.
By Peter Symonds, May 14, 2012
If the Baghdad talks next week collapse, the danger of military conflict initiated by Israel or the US will rise dramatically.
By Jean Shaoul, May 10, 2012
Less than two days after calling an early general election for September 4th, Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu announced that he had instead brought the opposition Kadima party into his coalition.