Syria, Iran and Russia condemned the U.S. move to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights.
The government crackdown on writers, journalists and politicians is yielding a new wave of jailhouse literature.
It was the latest setback for Mosul, a city that has struggled to rebuild after the bloody 2017 battle against the Islamic State.
President Erdogan has played blurred clips of the alleged shooter’s video at campaign rallies in several Turkish cities.
A manhunt is underway for the Palestinian assailant. The violence comes just three weeks before Israel’s general election.
A group of right-wing parties, including Netanyahu’s Likud, had attempted to block the Arab parties from the race.
Many of the women were tortured during months in custody, relatives and rights groups say.
A new probe into airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition comes as U.S. and British lawmakers are seeking to halt arms sales in Yemen's war.
Human Rights Watch alleges a systematic policy of revenge that does not spare minors from the same abuses that have marred the arrest, interrogation and trials of adults.
Israeli monitoring groups blame emboldened settlers, lax law enforcement and anger over Arab attacks.
Mahmoud Abu Zeid was jailed in 2013 for covering an anti-government sit-in where hundreds were killed by security forces.
Expectations that Arab states would normalize relations with Syria to dilute Bashar al-Assad’s relationship with Iran are proving premature.
Egypt’s prosecutor general said a fight between two conductors led to the crash. The transportation minister has resigned.
The president and Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif appeared together to greet the Armenian prime minister in Tehran.
Mohammad Javad Zarif submitted his resignation late Monday in a shock decision he said was made to “defend the integrity” of the Foreign Ministry.