PARIS -- U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is headed for home after making clandestine journeys to Iraq and Afghanistan, where he delivered a stern warning to Iraqi leaders about Syria and sought to patch up differences with Afghanistan's president.
KABUL, Afghanistan -- Afghan and NATO forces killed more than 20 insurgents in a joint operation in the eastern Logar province, military officials said Wednesday.
CAIRO -- Egyptian authorities released a prominent Egyptian blogger Tuesday after he refused to cooperate with prosecutors over allegations of instigating violence against the country's most powerful Islamist group in comments posted on social media.
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia -- Saudi Arabia says its investigations have shown that members of a spy ring arrested last week were working for Iranian intelligence.
DAMASCUS, Syria -- Syrian state media says several mortar rounds have exploded in the capital Damascus, one of them wounding several people near the state news agency SANA.
BAGHDAD -- Iraqi officials say a bomb attached to a car has killed two local officials and wounded another north of Baghdad.
BEIRUT -- Syrian activists say government forces have seized control of a neighborhood in the central city of Homs that is a symbol of opposition to President Bashar Assad's regime.
KABUL -- Eager to overcome a bout of bickering, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Afghan President Hamid Karzai made a show of unusual unity between their two nations on Monday. The friendly display came as the U.S. military ceded control of its last detention facility in Afghanistan, ending a longstanding irritant in relations.
JERUSALEM -- Observant Jews in Israel craving a smoke during the week-long Passover holiday that starts at sundown Monday can now enjoy a rabbi-approved puff.
RAMALLAH, West Bank -- A Palestinian official says the U.S. is seeking to bring Arab countries into efforts to restart Israeli-Palestinian negotiations in the coming weeks.
BEIRUT -- A rebel military leader who was among the first to call openly for armed insurrection against President Bashar Assad was wounded by a bomb planted in his car in eastern Syria, rebels and activists said Monday.
BAGHDAD -- Just days after the 10th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry confronted Baghdad for continuing to grant Iran access to its airspace and said Iraq's behavior was raising questions about its reliability as a partner.
BAGHDAD -- Iraqi authorities say a string of attacks have left at least six people dead, including a candidate in the upcoming provincial elections.
JERUSALEM -- Israel's prime minister says concerns over the security of Syria's chemical weapons stockpile were the motivating factor in restoring relations with Turkey.
BEIRUT -- Syrian President Bashar Assad vowed Friday to avenge the death of a senior pro-government cleric who was killed along with dozens of people in a suicide bombing at a Damascus mosque, saying he would "purge our country" of the militants behind the attack in the heart of the capital.
BEIRUT -- Lebanon's prime minister resigned Friday due to government infighting that threatens to leave a void in the state's highest ranks at a time of rising tensions and sporadic violence enflamed by the civil war in neighboring Syria.
AMMAN, Jordan -- President Barack Obama says the timing on his trip to Israel was right for Turkey and Israel to start restoring normal diplomatic relations.
JERUSALEM -- Israel agreed to restore full diplomatic relations with Turkey in a surprising turnaround Friday after apologizing for a botched naval raid that resulted in the deaths of nine Turkish activists aboard an international flotilla bound for Gaza in 2010.
EL-ARISH, Egypt -- An Israeli man and a Norwegian woman went missing in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Friday and are suspected to have been kidnapped, officials said.
BAGHDAD -- Iraqi authorities say the local leader of a militia opposed to al-Qaida and his two sons have been killed near a town north of capital.
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