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A nuclear deal with the West would mean a huge boost to sanctions-hobbled Iran, especially its petrochemical sector.
In his first public appearance at this year’s UN General Assembly, the Iranian president suggested that a nuclear deal would transform US-Iran relations but said that failure to reach agreement by the…
With President Hassan Rouhani in New York for UN General Assembly, the issue of a possible handshake between Rouhani and the US president is a prime concern in Iranian media.
Turkey has reportedly received over 130,000 refugees since the Islamic State attacked the northern Syrian town of Kobani.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu established a new espionage organization devoted entirely to cyberwarfare, to prepare Israel for future conflicts.
Egypt’s border regions with Libya and Sudan lack government control, and are perfect ground for would-be jihadists to conduct smuggling and build up their strength.
There is little hope a breakthrough will be achieved in the upcoming talks in Cairo between Hamas and Israel, but Hamas officials say they are unlikely to resume armed conflict at this…
Jokes about the founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran circuiting on WhatsApp and Viber has resulted in the judiciary ordering the communications minister to close the mobile messaging platforms.
Turkey wonders what brought about the freeing of the hostages taken at its Mosul Consulate and why they obtained their liberty now.
Turkey’s Family and Social Policies Ministry evokes comparisons to Islamist radicals after using the image of headless figures in a controversial campaign “to battle aloneness.”
Following the advances made by the Islamic State in Iraqi areas with large minority populations, there are widespread calls for arms and international protection.
Many of the Palestinian wounded have had their limbs amputated and face struggles as the Gaza Strip rebuilds.
The Syrian Revolutionary Front has rejected media reports that it signed a non-aggression pact with the Islamic State, but there are efforts being made in south Damascus to reach a local truce.
Details are emerging concerning the migrant boat that sank this week near Malta’s shores, loaded with Palestinian children and families who tried to escape misery in Gaza for a new life in…
The European Court of Human Rights decided Turkey must reform religious education in schools to ensure respect for parents’ convictions.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declares war on credit-rating agencies and The New York Times.
Two prominent clerics have taken opposing views on the issue of high-speed Internet, which is currently being debated in the Iranian media.
As Qatar expels Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood figures, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says there is nothing stopping them from traveling to Turkey “like any foreign guest.”
Turkey’s economic growth slowed to 2.1% in the second quarter, well below expectations, forcing the government to review its year-end target of 4%.