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Iraq’s parliament, which had been due to elect the country’s president Wednesday, postponed the vote by a day, delaying the formation of a power-sharing government urgently needed to confront an insurgency raging…
Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal Wednesday stuck firmly to Palestinian demands to end a blockade on Gaza in exchange for a truce, as international efforts to halt the violence made only slow progress.
Tunisia has hit back at a deadly jihadist attack on troops by closing mosques and media outlets seen as sympathetic to extremists, raising fears of a return to the censorship of the…
The General National Congress, which has governed violence-wracked Libya in the wake of the overthrow of dictator Moammar Gadhafi, said Wednesday that it would hand over legislative power to a newly elected…
The Sudanese man with an armful of battery-powered wall clocks pushes one through the taxi’s open window. His head follows.
The European Union Wednesday froze the assets of two oil-trading firms accused of organizing covert shipments of oil to Syria.
Syrian regime forces and allied groups have suffered more than 800 casualties in the last week, a leading anti-regime activist group said Wednesday, amid signs of a significant lack of manpower.
Known for kidnapping, public stonings, lashings and executions, ISIS is now expanding into tourism, taking jihadists on honeymoons and civilians to visit other parts of its self-proclaimed caliphate.
The holy Shiite city of Najaf has gained prominence as a center of political and military power since the start of a crisis that has raised the specter of Iraq breaking up…
Sitting at home for dinner or running for their lives in dark streets, generations of the same families are dying in Israel’s bombardment of Gaza.
The Israeli military said Wednesday that it had detained several soldiers and a civilian on suspicion of leaking Gaza casualty figures over social media before families of the dead or wounded could…
The U.N. Human Rights Council launched an investigation Wednesday into Israel’s Gaza offensive, backing efforts by the Palestinians to hold the Jewish state up to international scrutiny.
More than 50 former Israeli soldiers have refused to serve in the nation’s reserve force, citing regret over their part in a military they say plays a central role in oppressing Palestinians,…
Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal is calling for the opening of Gaza’s borders and the end of a more than seven-year-long blockade imposed by Israel and Egypt on the Palestinian strip.
The UN Human Rights Council on Wednesday launched a probe into Israel’s Gaza offensive, backing efforts by the Palestinians to hold the Jewish state up to international scrutiny.
Three Israeli soldiers were killed in fighting inside the Gaza Strip on Wednesday, the army said, taking the total number of military deaths in the past six days to 32.
An Israeli airstrike on the northern Gaza Strip kill five people as a 16-day conflict between Israel and Hamas rages on.
President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi defends Egypt’s role in trying to broker a Gaza truce between Israel and Hamas, which accuses him of proposing a cease-fire favorable to Israel.
Fighting between Israeli troops and Hamas militants is briefly suspended in two flashpoint areas of Gaza to allow convoys of ambulances to retrieve the wounded, an ICRC spokeswoman says.