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Despite some positive moves, the future is not yet rosy for Cyprus.
Religious leaders unite in a joint appeal against acts of violence in Mosul and across the region.
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Iran’s supreme leader has said that the Israeli and Palestinian people should hold a referendum to decide their fate and that until that happens, the West Bank should begin an armed struggle…
Conservative media outlets in Iran have attacked Reformist news organizations for failing to report on the conflict in Gaza, prompting the editors to defend their coverage.
While Hezbollah sources hint that Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah may appear in person to deliver this year’s Quds Day speech, there are questions of whether he can, in light of genuine concerns for…
Is Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan more concerned with undermining Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi than to broker a cease-fire in Gaza?
As part of its offensive, Israel has bombed the Gaza Strip’s electrical infrastructure, resulting in power outages up to 21 hours a day.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has reported to the Iranian Parliament on the latest developments in the nuclear talks.
The international legitimacy enjoyed now by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will last for a short while only, unless he renews the diplomatic negotiations with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
In Iran’s latest corruption case, the administration of former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stands accused of overseeing the hiring of hundreds of thousands of unqualified ministerial staff members.
The surge of anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli demonstrations in Turkey, inspired by critical remarks from Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, forces Israel to set aside attempts at reconciliation.
For years, Hamas has constructed an ”underground Gaza” designed to fire rockets at Israel, send infiltrators and protect Hamas’ leadership, while investing nothing in the welfare of “upper Gaza.”
In light of the escalating security situation in Iraq, political figures need to do more than broadcast their message through the media and official channels.
The mayor of Tehran has defended plans to segregate city employees by gender, dismissing criticism in the foreign media with, “Let the BBC talk.”
Unlike Hamas’ political wing, its military wing is convinced that a group of suicide bombers can “overpower Israel.”
The Turkish consul general and 48 other employees are still being held hostage in Mosul by the Islamic State, while the group uses the consulate building as its headquarters.