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Iran's nuclear stockpile may rise for now despite deal with powers

Syria Talks Open with Acrimony and Testy Exchanges

Al Nusrah Front again targets Hezbollah in Lebanon

The UN withdrew its invitation to Iran to attend the Geneva II talks, after pressure by the US, Saudi Arabia, and the Syrian opposition. As part of the recent nuclear agreement, Iran suspended sensitive enrichment activities and world powers lifted some sanctions in response.

Geneva deal doesn't stop Iran's bid for a bomb: Israel

Region Boiling, Israel Takes Up Castle Strategy

Hezbollah digs in for more conflict with Israel

Hezbollah at War in Syria: Forces, Operations, Effects and Implications

Al Nusrah Front suicide bomber kills 5 in attack on Hezbollah

AL Qaeda-affiliated groups are stepping up attacks on Hezbollah and Iranian interests in Lebanon as the Syrian civil war rages.

Prosecutors build Hariri bomb plot case on cellphone logs

Justice or Peace? Hariri Trial Could Spark Further Unrest in Lebanon

Obama Fights a Push to Add Iran Sanctions

Iran's 'secret' al Qaeda prisoners

Iraq's Maliki to revive Sunni militia role against al Qaeda

Gen. Amir Ali Hajizadeh, head of the Revolutionary Guards' aerospace division, claimed that improvements in Hezbollah's missile capabilities now enable the group to hit targets accurately anywhere in Israel. Hezbollah is thought to have recently moved various types of missiles from Syria into Lebanon, including the long-range Scud D missile, the medium-range Fateh missile, the shorter-range Scud C, and the Fajr rocket.

Massive RCMP probe stopped al Qaeda-linked conspiracy to derail passenger trai

Israeli military lifts veil on its Iran listeners

Hamas' fortunes slide with change in Middle East neighbors

Hezbollah Upgrades Missile Threat to Israel

Israeli study of foreign fighters in Syria suggests Shiites may outnumber Sunnis