A terrorist bomb explosion has rocked a court building in the Syrian capital Damascus, leaving scores of people dead and injured.
A Bahraini court has delayed the verdict in the case of top Shia cleric, Sheikh Issa Qassim, whose nationality was revoked last year.
A third round of talks aimed at finding a political solution to the conflict in Syria has officially gotten underway in Kazakhstan's capital Astana.
The security authorities launched a new raid campaign which resulted in arresting about 20 citizens from different Bahraini villages, most of them are from Sitra, particularly Sitra Al-Kharjiya.
An Egyptian prosecutor has allowed for former dictator Hosni Mubarak to be released from detention after an appeals court acquitted him of involvement in the killing of hundreds of protesters during the 2011 revolution.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has expressed deep concern over the high number of citizenship revocations in Bahrain, condemning the ruling Al Khalifah regime’s heavy-handed crackdown on political dissidents and rights activist in the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom.
A Turkish minister was expelled from The Netherlands and escorted back to Germany by Dutch police after being prevented from addressing a Rotterdam rally, the city’s mayor said early Sunday.
The Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement has denounced a twin bombing in Damascus on Saturday, calling for a unified stance against different terrorist groups operating in the region.
Syria’s army and its allies discovered an interconnected network of tunnels in the eastern suburbs of the northwestern city of Aleppo.
Lieutenant Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Brigadier General Hossein Salami underlined the power of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance group, and said the revolutionaries can turn Israel into hell for the Zionists.
The Saudi warplanes raided on Friday a popular market in Khawkha governorate in Yemen’s Hadida province, claiming 16 martyrs and 10 wounded according to the initial tolls.
Amnesty International has slammed the Saudi regime and its allies for dropping cluster bombs on residential areas in Yemen despite the global outcry against the use of such internationally-banned weapons by the Riyadh-led coalition.
In a meeting with a Swiss foreign ministry official in Tehran, Iranian Parliament's General Director for International Affairs categorically rejected claims that Tehran ships arms to Yemen.
Germany and Turkey must work towards restoring ties frayed by a series of disputes, Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said Wednesday, while warning Ankara that any comparison to Nazis is a “red line that cannot be crossed”.
Syrian Army and Armed Forces units continued on Tuesday their intensive operations against terrorist organizations, restoring control over new areas and killing a number of terrorists.
A fleet of American and British warships have been “forced” to change their course after being encountered by a group of Iranian vessels near the Islamic Republic’s territorial waters in the Persian Gulf, according to a US navy official.
The Turkish army says its chief of the general staff has met with his Russian and American counterparts in Turkey, discussing the situation in Iraq and Syria among other things.
Germany’s chancellery on Monday hit out against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for likening a German ban on rallies by his ministers to “Nazi practices”, calling the comparison “absolutely unacceptable”.
Daesh (ISIS) Takfiri militants have executed at least seven civilian families in Mosul where violent clashes continue between the Iraqi army and the extremist group, a Federal Police officer said on Saturday.
In a proposal presented to the White House, the Pentagon has called for a significant increase in US military engagement in Syria including more Special Operations forces, attack helicopters and artillery, US officials say.