The UN envoy for Libya warns that the oil-rich country's "perverse economic model" based on corruption and trafficking in people and goods "must be shattered" to end its political crisis and progress toward stability and democratic elections this year
Palestinians have resumed their fiery protests at Gaza's border with Israel as a U.N. human rights body criticized Israel for the "disproportionate and indiscriminate use of force" that killed at least 59 Palestinians earlier this week
Kuwait is urging the UN Security Council to condemn Israel's use of force against Palestinian civilians "in the strongest terms," especially in the Gaza Strip where more than 110 Palestinians have been killed during Hamas-led protests
Israel says the military has delivered eight trucks full of humanitarian aid and medical supplies to the Gaza Strip, where Israeli troops firing from across the border killed nearly 60 Palestinians at mass border protests on Monday.
Israeli troops killed two Palestinians and injured hundreds at the Gaza boundary fence on Tuesday as residents buried dozens of Palestinians who were shot and killed by Israeli forces a day earlier, Palestinian authorities said. As the U.S. opened its new embassy in Jerusalem on Monday,
Gaza's hospitals struggle to cope with large numbers of casualties, as Israel faces diplomatic backlash
South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster and a group of fellow governors are backing President Donald Trump's nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Several U.N. Security Council members are calling for an independent investigation into the killings of more than 50 Palestinians by Israeli fire at the Gaza border, but the council has no unified message as the U.S. says Israel acted with "restraint."
For decades, the U.S. has played the role of arbiter in the Middle East, shuttling back and forth between the Israelis and the Palestinians and their supporters to calm tensions and put out fires. But one day after the U.S. opened its new embassy in Jerusalem and dozens of Palestinian protesters