The Israeli prime minister's trip to Washington is making lots of people angry
Benjamin Netanyahu will address the US Congress this week in an apparent bid to derail an agreement with Iran over its nuclear program.
The Nisman files: A who’s who in Argentina’s deadly whodunit
The cast of characters around the mysterious death of the prosecutor who alleged his government was covering up Iran’s role in a Jewish center bombing.
There's more stalling a nuclear deal with Iran than you might think
A final deal between Iran and the West is being held up by hardliners, quarrels over sanctions and even Russian gas.
In Iran, it’s always Movember
The rise of moustaches among Iranian males has nothing to do with drawing attention to men’s diseases. Unless, of course, chronic rebellion and acute masculinity count.
This video of a woman busting some sweet moves on Tehran's subway is kind of a big deal
It looks like a bit of harmless fun, but it could have serious consequences.
Iran nuclear talks will extend through end of June 2015, Britain says
Hammond noted that during the extension period, Tehran will be able to continue to access around $700 million per month in sanctions relief.
Iran open to extending nuclear talks by up to one year
Tehran said it's open to having the nuclear negotiations extended if no real progress towards an agreement is achieved on Sunday.
Western leaders step away from nuclear talks with Iran as deadline nears
Western powers suspect Iran has aimed to covertly acquire a nuclear bomb capability from its enrichment of uranium. Iran says the program is for producing civilian energy only.
UK to Assad: After we deal with the Islamic State, you're next!
GlobalPost interviews British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond on the strategy for defeating IS and the Assad regime.
Concerned Obama's war against the Islamic State is a clusterf*ck? Here's how Britain sees it
Exclusive: British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond explains the grand strategy for Syria and Iraq.
Iran releases journalist Yeganeh Salehi on bail
Salehi's husband Jason Rezaian, a Washington Post correspondent, remains in jail.
US government to its people: Stay away from these countries
In total, the State Department has travel warnings in place for 41 nations.
Rick Perry's Islamic State remark joins a list of Mexican-border terror threat claims
Here’s a look at four major claims of faraway terrorism stirring in America's southern frontier. In some of those cases, at least, officials actually attempted to provide evidence, with varying success.
Iran is thinking of restricting birth control options in order to grow its population
It would be a reversal of what had been progressive policies on reproductive rights in Iran.
This video got 2 people arrested for celebrating the World Cup
Sure, you can celebrate. Just not in public. Or without a headscarf.
The 5 big winners in Iraq, land of opportunity
The ISIL isn't alone in making the most of a messy situation.
Iran moves to eliminate sensitive uranium stockpile
The stockpile has been of a particular concern for the West as the enrichment purity represents a relatively short technical step away from that required for nuclear weapons.
Young, educated Iranians create a 'tsunami' of unemployment
A sanctions-subdued economy can't accommodate wave after wave of university graduates, giving Iran one of the highest "brain drain" rates in the world.
Britain is planning to reopen its embassy in Tehran
British Foreign Secretary William Hague's statement did not directly mention the situation in Iraq but noted that 'Iran is an important country in a volatile region.'
Death at sea beats taking a bullet
For Hazara Muslims in Pakistan, the options are grim.
Iran plans to hold direct nuclear talks with US, Russia
The unprecedented set of direct bilateral talks come immediately before Iran's next round of political discussions with the P5+1 group.
These maps show where you can still go to jail for apostasy or blasphemy
Nearly a quarter of the globe has anti-blasphemy laws.
Freak sandstorm in Tehran kills 4 people and injures dozens
Power supplies were knocked out in at least 50,000 homes, an electricity official said.
You've got to watch this skateboard tour of Iran. It's beautiful
If National Geographic made skate videos, they’d probably look like this.
This Iranian mother did something extraordinary for her son's killer right before his execution
She slapped Balal in the face and removed the noose from his neck.
Iran celebrates Nowruz, or Persian New Year, with hopes for a revived economy
Nowruz is celebrated across continents and cultures, from Afghanistan and Albania to Iran, Turkey and India.
On Iran nuclear talks: 'Nothing is agreed until everything is agreed'
Iran denies that its declared civilian atomic energy program is a front for developing the means to make nuclear weapons.
Japan is creating an enormous pile of plutonium. Should you be worried?
It only takes a few pounds of plutonium to make a weapon, and the most likely source of the critical ingredient is a large-scale production or storage facility — like the one Japan is building.
Hassan Rouhani urges Iran's top generals to favor restraint over rhetoric
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani told the nation's military leaders to let diplomacy prevail in dealing with potential foreign threats.
14 protest videos that went viral and changed the world
From Iran's Green Revolution to Occupy Wall Street, scenes of brutality, death, defiance, and laughter have altered the course of recent history.
Iran, world powers agree on a timetable for nuclear talks
'There is a lot to do. It won't be easy, but we have made a good start,' European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said.