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Need for further US-Israel hydrocarbon cooperation' 05/11/2013 23:53 US Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President says "energy dynamic that has shaped the Middle East now opens opportunities for Israel." Photo: Leviathan Energy Due to the US's
Two vehicle bombs blew up in a Turkish town near the boundary with Syria on Saturday, murdering around 40 people and wounding 100 other ones, agents said. Turkey's deputy prime minister said Syria's understanding and military were "
While most Syrians expected retaliation against Israel's recent strike on military facilities in Damascus, the Syrian government only condemned the attack and threatened actions in case of further aggressions.
Two Syrian nationals were mugged by taxi drivers in separate incidents Friday, while in the Beirut suburb of Shiyah thieves broke into a bookstore to steal cash. Security sources told The Daily Star that a taxi driver threatened Syrian national
Just six months of learning to mend air conditioners changed Mohammad Nabouti's life. Instead of drifting after high school like many of his jobless friends, the 21-year-old Jordanian works steadily, has taken a small loan to start his own business
Tribes and smugglers in Syria's eastern province of Deir al-Zor exploit chaos of war to create illicit oil trade. Free Syria Syrian Army fighter in Deir-al Zor province, Syria, May 9, 2013. In Syria's eastern province of Deir al-Zor, a network of
A Nobel Peace Prize-winning medical group says Syria's health system has been shattered during the more than two-year conflict and that their organization plans to nearly double their presence in the country. Members of Medecins Sans Frontieres told
Three Iraqi women journalists have been selected as the winners of a United Nations contest which seeks to highlight the everyday challenges faced by women living in the Middle Eastern country. The stories submitted by Suha Audah, Enas Jabbar and
Ambassador Robert Ford, the State Department's point man on Syrian policy, crossed into northern Syria on Wednesday. The secret visit was confirmed by Syrian activists at the media office at the Bab al-Salama crossing on the Turkish frontier.
The Daily Star Meals for Schools will serve food to impoverished schoolchildren in urban slum areas. It's hard to concentrate on school when your stomach is growling with hunger. And it's even harder to stay in school when there's the option to work