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Twelve days before Christmas, Melanie Rivers, 25, returned from an amazing 11 week adventure.
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As Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas prepares to touch down in Washington for a meeting on Monday with Barack Obama, an extension of peace talks with Israel looks far from certain, Naharnet reported.
'And [God] . . . said to [Abraham], 'Take your son. . .and go to the region of Moriah.
An attorney for an American man who claims he was tortured in the United Arab Emirates at the behest of the U.S. government said Friday that his client is too afraid to try to travel back home.
As I took in the opening night of Vancouver Opera's Don Giovanni on the weekend, I realized there was something vaguely familiar about the libertine protagonist.
An attorney for a man who claims he was tortured in the United Arab Emirates at the behest of the U.S. government said Friday that his client is too afraid to attempt to travel back to the United States.
United Nations Special Envoy Lakhdar Brahimi talks to the media after briefing a United Nations Security Council meeting on Syria at U.N. headquarters in New York, March 13, 2014.
Every year the tourism review website tripadvisor.com polls its users to compile the Travelers' Choice awards.
Yakir Englander , Kids4Peace International vice-president and visiting assistant professor in religious studies at Northwestern University in Illinois, recently gave a lecture on the role of religion in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Partnership with the Doha-based airline is aimed at winning back passengers from deep-pocketed Middle Eastern rivals such as Emirates Cathay Pacific is looking to tap into Qatar Airways' network of 31 European destinations.
This photograph, taken by Don Presser of Carmel, shows what could be the world's only "documented" black flamingo, in a salt pond in Eilat, Israel.
Saudi princesses seek their freedom: Several daughters of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, including Sahar and Jawaher seen here in this undated photo, say they have been held for the past 13 years in the royal compound in Jeddah.
Eerie, mountain-framed pictures taken by Kaupo Kikkas show the cinema in a ghostly location among sand dunes, rocks and North African heat.