More than a dozen Saudi military personnel have been killed when allied forces in Yemen shot down a Black Hawk helicopter taking part in Riyadh's military operation against the impoverished Arab country.
More than 1300 Palestinian detainees, held by Israel, initiated the first day of hunger strike, on Monday April 17th, which also marks the Palestinian Prisoners’ Day, while hundreds of detainees are preparing to join the “Strike For Dignity.”
Turkey’s opposition on Monday stepped up its objections to the conduct of a referendum that gave President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sweeping new powers by a narrower than expected margin and exposed bitter divisions in the country.
Three people were injured in clashes between militants and local tribes in the Sinai peninsula in a fight that began when militants shot at a truck smuggling cigarettes into the area, Egyptian security officials said Monday.
Russia has warned the United States against any "unilateral action" against North Korea, saying any response to Pyongyang's nuclear activities should not violate "international law," amid reports of potential military confrontation between North Korea and
Pope Francis condemned on Sunday a recent terrorist bomb attack on a crowded bus convoy of Shia Muslim evacuees outside the Syrian city of Aleppo.
Saudi Arabia has sponsored the United States' recent missile strikes on al-Shayrat airbase in the Syrian province of Homs, Arab diplomatic sources revealed, adding that Riyadh has even offered more financial aid to Donald Trump for continued attacks on Sy
Iraqi government forces, backed by allied fighters from Popular Mobilization Units, have gained more ground in a fresh offensive launched against Daesh terrorists in Mosul's Old City, trying to fully liberate the terror group's last bastion in the Arab co
A senior Iranian official has slammed as illegitimate the recent measure taken by Washington to drop a massive non-nuclear bomb on Afghanistan, stressing that such measures would fail to make the US secure.
A huge number of civilians were martyred or injured in a terrorist car bomb attack targeting a bus convoy with evacuees from the besieged Syrian towns of Foua and Kefraya in Al-Rashidin area on Aleppo’s outskirts.
The Yemeni army's missile units targeted the movements of a large number of Saudi-led troops along the al-Khazra corridor in the kingdom's Jizan province with Zelzal-2 missiles.
US President Donald Trump has ruled out sending American troops to Syria to fight the government of President Bashar al-Assad, insisting that defeating Daesh (ISIL) remains Washington’s first priority.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused Germany of supporting terrorists and reviving Nazism as tensions heighten between the two sides over the cancellation of pro-Erdogan rallies in the European country.
Saudi authorities have started legal proceedings against a Shia woman for taking part in protests in the east of the country, where Shias have for long complained about discrimination.
The Yemeni Army and Popular Committees confronted on Tuesday an attack launched by the Saudi-led mercenaries on Kahbob area in Lahj province, killing several militants.
Syrian Army units carried out bombardments against gatherings and fortifications of al-Nusra Front terrorist organization and the groups affiliated to it in the neighborhoods of al-Manshiyeh and al-Karak, inflicting heavy losses upon them in the arms.....
President Hassan Rouhani has warned that further US strikes on Syria as threatened by American and other Western officials could push the region into a "very dangerous" situation.
Iraqi forces on Sunday foiled a double suicide car bomb attack by ISIL on a remote border crossing with Syria, officers and local officials said.
The tragedy in Khan Shaykhun allowed Washington to reduplicate the scenario developed in 2013 for a chemical attack in Eastern Ghouta which President Barack Obama also considered for a possible military strike on Syria in order to prevent the use of.....
At least 21 people have been killed and more than 50 others injured in an explosion that hit an area near a church in the northern Egyptian city of Tanta, sources say.