Israel is really not happy about those suspended flights
Authorities say Hamas wins when international carriers stop flying to Ben Gurion.
This is what the war in Gaza looks like from space
Things are so bad on the ground that you can literally see it from outer space.
Day 1,224: The Islamic State is running bus tours
Because that sounds like fun.
The Islamic State, which is taking over Iraq, is now forcing shopkeepers to veil their mannequins
It appears that in the group's interpretation of Sharia law, statues in human form are banned.
The Islamic State is kicking out Christians
Sunni militants aren't putting themselves in good historical company with this latest move, which includes marking Christian homes, expelling their owners, and taking everything they own.
IDF names Oron Shaul as the soldier who might be a POW in Hamas hands
A senior official refused to rule out the possibility that the Israeli soldier is being held alive by militants in Gaza.
The wider struggle for Iraq is playing out in Baghdad's neighborhoods
'Frankly if your mother and father hadn't been with you, I would have killed you,' a Shia militia fighter told Ra'id a few weeks ago.
Pictures from Kirkuk, where daily life continues despite extremist threat
The Islamic State may be pushing up against the city from two sides, but Kirkuk's streets pulse with life — and diversity.
You've heard about ISIS. You haven't heard about these guys
Inside the Sunni coalition that says it won't stop till Baghdad falls.
The Israeli radio station that chases rockets
Radio of the South is full of quirky characters, and has become the must-listen station in Israel for the current conflict.
This is what the Israeli army wants you to believe about its current conflict with Hamas
Hamas and the Israel Defense Forces are savvy social media operators. Here's a look at @IDFSpokesperson, the official Twitter account for the IDF.
Day 1,216: The UN belatedly locates its gonads, will now dare to deliver blankets without permission
Yesterday, the Security Council voted unanimously to authorize aid deliveries in Syria whether or not they get the approval of the Syrian government.
This is what Hamas wants you to believe about its current conflict with Israel
Hamas and the Israel Defense Forces are savvy social media operators. Here's a look at @qassamfeed, the official Twitter account for the military arm of Hamas.
These West Bank residents got bombed. They're very happy about it
The psychology of the Palestinian cause may seem strange from the outside, but it makes perfect sense to those who inhabit this reality.
These Turkish border towns are now aid industries focused on Syria
The view from Reyhanli.
Day 1,215: The choice is between a mass-murdering dictator and mutilation-happy jihadists
It's becoming clearer and clearer that these are the key players with which the country is left.
Israel kicks off promised escalation (LIVE BLOG)
The death toll is now more than 165.
Is Iraq's Maliki taking a page out of Assad's playbook?
His Iraqi critics say yes. They also say that's why the situation in Iraq has gotten so bad.
Kurdish teenager's 'honor killing' fades to memory as Iraq violence swells
As Iraq stands on the brink of a civil war, honor killing cases fade quietly into the background.
Day 1,212: Syria needs more than a UN special envoy
But a third envoy is what it'll get.
On Location Video: What it's like to be Christian in Iraq right now
The Christian minority in Iraq exceeded one million 10 years ago. Now it's less than 400,000 and facing new threats.
Day 1,211: Singapore and Turkey are worried about Syria, too
Meanwhile, Hezbollah rakes in the cash from marijuana sales.
In Jerusalem, one murder shattered a whole community's way of life
As Hamas and Israel trade fire, the family of Mohammad Abu Khdeir, kidnapped and burned alive, is still mourning. And the neighborhood, still bearing the scars of riots, is reeling.
These are the images from Gaza that are too graphic for many US news outlets to publish (DAY 31)
Human misery is hard to look at. But it's one way to understand the true cost of warfare.
Day 1,210: Women who like jihadists, and other news from Syria
There's a new National Council leader. Also, rebels shot up a village for no apparent reason.
The bodies of 50 executed civilians turn up south of Baghdad
The victims were blindfolded and shot in the head and chest.
Day 1,209: Eric Holder calls on European governments to keep Westerners out of Syria
At a speech to Norwegian diplomats, the US attorney general speaks on the theme of the month.
Is this the end for Christianity in Iraq?
With the recent gains of the Islamic State, the country's Christians have found themselves subject to an unprecedented level of harassment and danger.
Here's everything we know so far about the Islamic State's mysterious leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
There are still lots questions and few answers about the man calling himself 'Caliph Ibrahim.'
Day 1,208: ISIL kicks out thousands of Syrians, while courting others with oil
Day 1,204: ISIL seizes Syria's largest oil field
In other news, please do not date ISIL fighters, ladies.