The latest news on Middle East
Gulf states fear the outcome if the United States fails to halt Tehran's moves to get nuclear weapons.
Former President Jimmy Carter speaks with U.S. News about his latest book on the Middle East.
Officially, Ayman Nour was released for health reasons, but supporters credit Washington.
Iranian-born Israeli reportedly cooperated with Iran's consulate in Turkey.
Many Israeli politicians see firebrand Marwan Barghouti as preferable to the rising power of Hamas.
The visit by Iran's foreign minister revives U.S. fears about closer ties between Iraq and Iran.
Many fear that the success of far-right parties makes progress in peace talks much less likely.
Likud's leader has lost ground to a far-right party, but he is still expected to become prime minister.
Turkey says its prime minister's public spat with Israel's president was not aimed at Washington.
Maliki's party performed very well in provincial elections, particularly in Baghdad and Basra.