Tensions rise as Russia says it's deploying anti-aircraft missiles to Syria
Istanbul (CNN) Tensions in the Middle East ratcheted up dangerously Wednesday, a day after Turkey shot down a Russian warplane, with the Turkish President accusing Russia of deceit and Russia announcing it would deploy anti-aircraft missiles to Syria.
Russia and Turkey refuse to back down in row over jet downing
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Amid Syria's civil war, a James Bond-style rescue operation
US general: Human error led to Doctors Without Borders strike
(CNN) A U.S. airstrike that mistakenly killed 30 people at a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, last month was, in part, the result of military personnel inadvertently aiming at the wrong target -- the hospital compound -- instead ...
Human error led to deadly US strike on Afghan hospital: military
US report on Afghan hospital attack 'shocking,' medical group says
US suspends military personnel over attack in Kunduz
Palestinian teen girls play bigger role in terror attacks on Israelis
JERUSALEM — Dressed in skirts over their jeans and scarves on their heads, two teenage Palestinian girls from northern Jerusalem headed to downtown Jerusalem on Monday, took out scissors and stabbed a 70-year-old Palestinian man they had mistaken ...
How the Ideological Siege Undermines the Peace Process
Blowback: Why Palestinians think what they do about Israel
Jewish Americans assaulted at protest calling for citizen's arrest of Israeli ...
Pope urges Kenyans to work for peace amid extremist violence
Brushing aside security concerns, Pope Francis arrived in Kenya on Wednesday on his first-ever trip to Africa and urged Kenyans to work for peace and forgiveness amid a wave of extremist violence on the continent that threatens to disrupt his trip ...
Pope Francis calls for unity, links terror to poverty as he launches Africa tour
Pope urges Kenyans to work for "reconciliation and peace"
Pope Francis, making first Africa visit, urges Kenyans to work for peace
Osborne Displays Ambition in Police Move, Tax-Credit U-Turn
U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne reversed plans to cut income top-ups for people on low pay and spared the police from budget reductions in a speech as political as it was economic as he sought to recoup his standing as Prime Minister ...
Chancellor's starting points remain unchanged and questionable
The housing market is broken – people need help to rent, let alone buy
Spending Review: George Osborne U-turn over tax credits