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At least 40 people have been killed in three days of fighting between Shiite Muslim rebels and Sunni tribesmen, sources on both sides say, as sectarian fighting that flared up in October…
Egypt’s powerful military chief is launching a housing initiative to build a million homes for the poor, in the first campaign-style move by Field Marshal Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, who is widely expected to…
A senior Israeli minister lashes out at EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton for visiting Tehran after the interception of a ship allegedly carrying arms from Iran to Gaza.
Saudi and Emirati pundits have quit major media outlets in Qatar, including the broadcaster of top-flight European football, they say, as tensions soar between Doha and Gulf states.
Libya’s Defense Ministry issues orders to its military authorizing the use of force to stop a North Korea-flagged tanker loading crude oil sold by armed rebels seeking to bypass the Tripoli government,…
A Syrian journalist has been killed covering clashes between government forces and opposition fighters in the eastern city of Deir al-Zor, a regional broadcaster says.
Israeli Prime Benjamin Netanyahu says any peace deal with the Palestinians would take at least another year to negotiate should both sides accept U.S.-proposed principles to keep talks going.
The Israeli army is unloading a ship which it intercepted in the Red Sea allegedly transporting arms from Iran to Gaza and escorted to the port of Eilat.
Fatah activists say troops from the rival Palestinian movement Hamas breaks up a Fatah gathering in the Gaza Strip, beating participants.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki accuses Saudi Arabia and Qatar of openly funding the Sunni Muslim insurgents his troops are battling in western Anbar province, in his strongest such statement since fighting…
Nearly 130 organizations call for immediate and permanent humanitarian access to civilians throughout Syria to help relieve the immense suffering caused by the country’s civil war.
President Abdrabuh Mansur Hadi has ordered a panel to draw up a constitution that would transform Yemen into a six-region federation, state media reported, despite opposition in the north and south.
A suicide bomber driving a minibus packed with explosives kills at least 32 people and wounds 147 in the southern Iraqi city of Hilla, police and medical sources say.
A group of Israeli teenagers have informed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu they will refuse to serve in the military because of its role in the occupation of Palestinian land.
The United Arab Emirates throws its support behind neighboring Saudi Arabia’s decision to label the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization, deepening Gulf Arab pressure on the group.
EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said on Sunday there is “no guarantee” that talks with Iran on its disputed nuclear programme will lead to a comprehensive agreement.
Syrian government forces seize a village in the central Homs province, state media and activists say, as part of a push for control of areas along the Lebanese border.
Libya threatens to bomb a North Korean-flagged tanker at an oil terminal in the restive east if it does not leave, saying it was loading illegally.
A ship seized by the Israeli navy on suspicion of smuggling arms from Iran to the Gaza Strip docks in Israel, which planned to put the cargo on display in hope of…