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  • The Mideast's new reality

    The Mideast's new reality
    The multiple wars roiling the Middle East have rarely made for stranger bedfellows than the U.S. and Iran, which unexpectedly now find themselves backing opposite sides in some conflicts while simultaneously working hand-in-hand against mutual foes in...
  • Fighting persists in Yemen after Saudis vow to ease airstrikes

    A scaling-back of the Saudi Arabia-led air war brought some relief Wednesday to residents of Yemen’s capital, but intensive bombardment continued in the city of Taiz, and street fighting raged in the port of Aden, the country’s commercial...
  • Saudi Arabia to shift from heavy airstrikes to 'political process' in Yemen

    Saudi Arabia to shift from heavy airstrikes to 'political process' in Yemen
    Amid mounting civilian casualties, Saudi Arabia on Tuesday signaled a scaling back of its nearly monthlong campaign of airstrikes in Yemen, but said it would continue to act militarily against Shiite Muslim insurgents who have overrun much of the...
  • Saudi: Campaign against Yemen rebels enters new phase

    Saudi: Campaign against Yemen rebels enters new phase
    Saudi Arabia declared an end on Tuesday to its nearly monthlong "Decisive Storm" air campaign against Houthi rebels in Yemen, and announced the start of a more limited military campaign aimed at preventing the rebels from operating. Speaking at a news...
  • Saudi Arabia signals a more muscular foreign policy less reliant on U.S.

    Saudi Arabia signals a more muscular foreign policy less reliant on U.S.
    Just weeks into the reign of Saudi Arabia's new ruler, King Salman, wars were raging across two of the kingdom's borders. To the north, Sunni Muslim extremists were threatening the stability of Iraq, which sought help from another of its neighbors,...
  • Saudi airstrikes pound Yemen's Shiite rebels, killing 20

    Saudi airstrikes pound Yemen's Shiite rebels, killing 20
    The Saudi-led coalition pounded Shiite rebels in Yemen on Tuesday, killing 20 in a city in the country's west as the civilian death toll rose to 38 from airstrikes the day before in the capital, Sanaa, officials said. The U.S. backed campaign by Saudi...
  • U.S. trying to restrain Saudi Arabia on deadly Yemen airstrikes

    U.S. trying to restrain Saudi Arabia on deadly Yemen airstrikes
    Top Obama administration officials have failed for several days to persuade Saudi Arabia’s government to limit the scope of its airstrikes on cities and towns in Yemen, a campaign that authorities said killed nearly 50 people Monday in Sana, the...
  • Massive explosions rock Yemen's capital after airstrikes on rebels

    Massive explosions rock Yemen's capital after airstrikes on rebels
    Saudi-led airstrikes hit weapons caches held by Iran-backed Shiite rebels, touching off massive explosions Monday in Yemen's capital that killed at least 19 people and buried scores of others under the rubble of flattened homes. The U.S. Navy has...
  • The Week in Pictures | April 6-12, 2015

     
    Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. This week another police shooting has made headlines in South Carolina, where video footage shows a man being shot in the back as he tries to flee from an officer in North Charleston....
  • Gas prices could rise this week

    Gas prices could rise this week
    Rising prices for oil pushed up the price of gasoline in South Florida last week and could send gas prices up a few more cents this week, travel club AAA said. But officials still expect gas prices in the United States to hit six-year-lows this summer....
  • Al Qaeda in Yemen using chaos of war to carve out terrorism haven

    Al Qaeda in Yemen using chaos of war to carve out terrorism haven
    A brazen territorial grab by Al Qaeda militants in Yemen — together with a $1-million bank heist, a prison break and capture of a military base — has given the terrorist group fundraising and recruitment tools that suggest it is following...