Protests in Beirut continue even after the cabinet resigned
Bashar Al-Assad Syrian president stops speech due to ill health
Classes at the school are now suspended until the building is made safe for the return of students.
A Palestinian family in occupied East Jerusalem were forced to demolish their own home
People in the Lebanese capital Beirut yesterday gathered and observed a minute's silence in honour of those who died in last week’s devastating blast
For the first time in five months, Egyptian authorities yesterday opened the Rafah Crossing for Palestinian travellers
The Middle East and North Africa region has the highest youth unemployment rate in the world
"Look, if you're going to hate my father, it's not like I can stop you, right?"
Prime Minister Hassan Diab addressed the nation to formally announce the government’s resignation
Lebanese authorities are asking for proof that the people killed in last week’s blast don’t have outstanding parking tickets before their bodies are handed over
Intisar Al-Batsh drove through the streets of Gaza to celebrate her graduation from university, riding her father's digger
Dozens of people have died over the past few weeks due to heavy rain and floods across Yemen
Students in Gaza are back to schools which have been closed for 5 months due to the coronavirus pandemic
The majestic church-turned-mosque-turned-museum, and now turned-mosque again, has stood the test of time and war for almost 1,500 years
Nearly 60,000 people have signed a petition calling for their country to be placed under a French mandate for the next 10 years
Saudi Arabia’s MBS ordered a hit squad to seek out and kill one of his former top intelligence officials in Canada just 13 days after the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Palestinians in Gaza attend a vigil to stand in solidarity with Lebanon after deadly blast in capital Beirut
Hamouti hopes his inventions will prevent the spread of COVID-19
Tel Aviv made a show of solidarity with Lebanon by lighting up its municipality building with the image of the Lebanese flag
Following the explosion in Beirut that killed more than 100 people and damaged half the city, Lebanese residents come together to clean up
Grapes at a fruit farm in Gaza
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Israeli forces instructed bulldozers to raze all structures on the land for settlement expansion
Jordanian security forces on Tuesday used tear gas to disperse stone-throwing demonstrators it blamed for disrupting public services during a protest demanding the release of leaders of the opposition-run...
At least 100 people have been killed and more than 4,000 injured in the blast that damaged half the city
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According to a government statement, as many as 1,110 houses were totally destroyed while 1,272 houses were partially destroyed over the same period
One of Egypt's top archaeologists accused Musk of being hungry for fame and attention seeking
Foreign donors have made it clear there will be no aid until Beirut enacts long-stalled reforms to tackle state waste and corruption
Palestinians in the occupied West Bank have been making a conscious effort to support local farmers to help them face Israel’s efforts to annex their farms. Volunteers of the...
The United Arab Emirates has begun start-up operations in the initial unit of its first nuclear power plant
Palestinians in Gaza perform Eid Al-Adha prayers and Qurbani sacrifice, the second of two annual Eid holidays for Muslims.