Yemen has 7 million people on the brink of famine, but without the reopening of all ports, that number could grow by 3.2 million, U.N. officials say.
Although the group’s “caliphate” has crumbled, fighting continues in the vast desert region bordering Syria.
The announcement for Saad Hariri to visit Paris comes amid claims he has been held hostage in Riyadh since his surprise decision to step down on Nov. 4.
The Libyan dictator was killed six years ago. Will Libyans welcome the return of his family and supporters?
The 7.3-magnitude quake struck the Iraqi side of the border but caused widespread damage in western Iran.
Saad Hariri looked tired and emotional in a TV interview in Saudi Arabia.
Since 2010, the number of young religious female recruits has almost tripled.
The whereabouts and status of Saad Hariri have been the subject of fevered speculation.
Syria’s military declared “the fall” of the Islamic State’s self-declared caliphate, leaving it with only a sliver of territory.
Israel and Saudi Arabia are trying to isolate their shared enemy, the Iran-backed movement Hezbollah.
Prime Minister Theresa May came under pressure to fire Priti Patel and restore order to her government.
In Abu Dhabi, it’s viewed as a status enhancer. In France, critics decry what they see as a beloved museum selling out to the highest bidder.
The Red Cross said it had been unable to get clearance to send a shipment of chlorine tablets used to prevent cholera.
A statement by the foreign secretary last week may extend the sentence of a dual national, critics say.
Riyadh’s warning came amid questions over the temperament of the country’s young crown prince.