Vardanyan was a leader of the separatist movement in Karabakh, and an enemy of Ukraine with Iranian ties
Nineteen years ago, the Oslo Accords saw the establishment of a 'Palestinian Autonomy,' stipulated by an interim period called: 'Gaza and Jericho first'
Iran accuses Azerbaijan-ally Israel of having a part in the escalation, saying it will not tolerate any 'Zionist initiative on border reshuffling in the region'
'Now is the time to put the state above politics. Now is the time to stretch out a hand,' Israeli President Isaac Herzog has pleaded ahead of the holiday season
Iran has been fueling the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan, providing weapons and support to Yerevan
A group of 50 leading European rabbis sign a joint letter condemning the Armenian leadership for using Holocaust rhetoric in a campaign against Azerbaijan
Columnist Thomas Friedman writes the U.S. should not pursue a Saudi-Israel normalization deal, claiming the Netanyahu government is 'not normal'
With the latest uptick in provocations and threatening rhetoric, this time, reaching a settlement seems easier said than done
Scandals highlight 'insatiable demand among left-leaning publications in Germany for Jews who will advocate for BDS and delegitimize the Jewish state'
Russia still has allies in Africa that share cold war era geopolitical goals
Insufficient air defenses and lack of engineering assets hampering Ukraine’s ability to overcome the tank ditches, minefields and dragons’ teeth laid by Russia
The people's army, the IDF, is the last bastion of consensus. The last sacred cow. But its defenders are themselves citizens, not robots
The jurisdiction of the Supreme Court judges, now taken up with the validity of the Reasonableness Bill which reduces their power, is problematic
The move marks another escalation in Washington’s confrontations with Iran in the Strait of Hormuz
An Israeli think tank says the terror group wants to show its 'military operatives who are capable of defending Lebanon, to fuel its reason for existing'
It is in the interests of both Azerbaijan and Israel to cooperate in the face of the Iranian threat
It is in Baku’s and Jerusalem’s best interests to support each other against the looming Iranian threat
Washington and Jerusalem have their differences, but New York Times columnist Friedman sees something more: A full-on reassessment of ties
Simon Wiesenthal Center tells i24NEWS it may include Muriel Asseburg's comments in its top ten list of antisemitic outbursts
An Afghani man was arrested last week for his suspected involvement in planning a terror attack on the Israeli embassy in Azerbaijan's capital
Do protesters, who pride themselves on being defenders of democracy, really believe themselves to be above the law, so that they can occupy the public highways
The United States has been shifting back and forth on the possibility of reaching a nuclear deal with Tehran, and some are highly critical of the possibility
Twitter users seek a platform that welcomes them without having to suffer from reading limits, technical problems, or bots
It's time we understood that we do not evolve in a vacuum, and realize that divided on the inside, Israel is more vulnerable on the outside