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Jonathan Pollard, Spy for Israel, to Be Released on Parole in November

published about 12 hours ago
Jonathan Pollard, Spy for Israel, to Be Released on Parole in November
Mr. Pollard, an American convicted of spying for Israel, will be released in November after serving 30 years, a government panel decided on Tuesday.

Iran’s Trial of Jason Rezaian Illustrates Perils Faced by Reporters

published about 13 hours ago
Iran’s Trial of Jason Rezaian Illustrates Perils Faced by Reporters
The Washington Post correspondent, who is accused of espionage, may have aroused suspicion by gaining strong connections to Iranian sources, his friends and colleagues say.

Iran Nuclear Deal Gets Support of House Israel Backer, Sander Levin

published about 15 hours ago
Iran Nuclear Deal Gets Support of House Israel Backer, Sander Levin
Representative Sander M. Levin, the longest-serving Jewish member now in Congress, said he believed the nuclear accord made Israel more secure.

Turkey Wins NATO Support as It Steps Up ISIS Fight in Syria

published about 15 hours ago
Turkey Wins NATO Support as It Steps Up ISIS Fight in Syria
Turkey’s decision to take a more active role in the fight against the Islamic State has won broad backing, but its renewed conflict with Kurdish ... more

Memo From Beijing: Ethnic Tensions in Xinjiang Complicate China-Turkey Ties

published about 16 hours ago
Memo From Beijing: Ethnic Tensions in Xinjiang Complicate China-Turkey Ties
Bilateral trade is growing between Beijing and Ankara, but anti-Chinese sentiment in Turkey appears to be growing as well.

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: What Does Islam Say About Being Gay?

published about 17 hours ago
The hostility of many Muslims toward homosexuality has little basis in the Quran.


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