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Fatah-Hamas unity deal enrages Israel

Leaders from the rival Fatah and Hamas movements forged a new reconciliation agreement Wednesday, angering Israel at a time when U.S.-brokered peace talks are at a standstill.

U.N. aid chiefs appeal for access

The heads of five U.N. agencies Wednesday made an impassioned call to both sides in Syria’s conflict to allow aid deliveries countrywide, end siege warfare and halt indiscriminate attacks on civilians.

Ben Ali breaks his silence!

That we assess the liability of our sources and the credibility of their messages is a matter of utmost importance for keeping up a genuine reputation.  Journalists, today, are confronted with daily…

Tunisia divided over Jews' use of Israel passports

Tunisia’s elected assembly accepted a petition Wednesday to question the tourism minister over a decision allowing Israelis to use their passports to enter the country for an annual religious pilgrimage.

Muslims in CAR pray for an escape route

Hundreds of Muslims are trapped in a slum in the Central African Republic’s capital, Bangui. After months of brutal sectarian violence, they desperately want to leave the country.

Laughing for all the wrong reasons

Yesterday was April 23, National Sovereignty and Children’s Day. Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Cabinet members delegated their seats to children

Virgin Mary Monastery to open to tourism

After Sümela, Turkey’s second largest monastery built out of a mountain, the Virgin Mary Monastery is in Giresun’s Şebinkarahisar district. Restorations on the monastery will be finished this year