Russian President Vladimir Putin, and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan, met Monday in Istanbul. Following the meeting Putin told a press conference Both Turkey and Russia side with...
The Swiss photojournalist Alex Kühni visited different fighting factions around the tightening noose of Iraq's second largest city
A number of delegates walked out of a UN Security Council meeting to vote on two draft proposals on a ceasefire in Aleppo on Saturday, when Russia gave the floor to an envoy of the Syrian regime.
In the wake of deadly attack earlier, Palestinian protesters take to the streets in al-Ram (North of Jerusalem)
Israel destroys structures in Atof, Nablus region, West Bank
A spokeswoman for the Israel Prisons Service said the attacker had been ordered by a court to start a four-month jail sentence next week after being convicted of assaulting a police officer
Video footage showed forensic teams in white overalls inspecting the site as police secured the area around a hut in flat countryside on the road to the town of Haymana.
According to WBG, some of the female participants were deprived of sleep upon being detained by Israeli authorities.
The assault to retake Mosul, which has been in the hands of Islamic State since 2014, is expected to take place in the coming weeks.
Earlier this week, the KRG confirmed that the presence of Turkish troops on Iraqi soil was not only requested by Erbil, the KRG capital, but was consented to by Baghdad.
“The least that Europe should do is use clear language which calls a war crime a war crime.”
There are some 275,000 civilians in the besieged part of Aleppo
Part of the Turkish-led 'Operation Euphrates Sheild'
It is 28 years since Algeria’s “Black October” that has defined Algeria’s socio-political discourse ever since. Accepted as Algeria’s second most defining date after independence in 1962, 5 October...
From 5-11 October 1988, 500 people were killed and more than a 1,000 were injured
Pulled out of the sea by a Norwegian patrol boat, migrants arrive in Campania
The war was a victory against Israel and led to the regaining of the Sinai Peninsula
We are very much concerned that the international community doesn't have a Plan B for the Syrian conflict
The Israeli Navy has intercepted the Women's Boat to Gaza bout 35 nautical miles from the coast of the besieged Strip
Jets reportedly target sites associated with Ezzeddin al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas
The group chanted and held banners with “Open Hungary’s borders” and “we don’t need food, water or nothing, we want you to open the borders”.
The crew of 13 are due to arrive in Gaza later this evening but Israel has already warned that its navy will intercept the boat
The Syrian war may have gone down the route of a typical civil war early in the conflict, when a prolonged standoff was unsustainable
There is no reason to be nervous. We present no threat and are committed to non-violence.
Supporters of Fatah movement stage a demonstration in support of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, who was criticized after he attended the funeral ceremony held for former Israeli President Shimon Peres, in Ramallah, West Bank on October 4, 2016.
Images from the ongoing battle for Aleppo as the latest intense assault by pro-regime forces enters its 11th day
In 2015, John Salisbury walked from Sydney to Canberra in support of Palestinian human rights. This year, he is asking the Australian Government to recognise the State of Palestine.
Wounded receive treatment in Damascus hospital and images from Jarabulus village, Aleppo govenorate, after it has been liberated from Daesh
Brexit result has ushered in an unprecedented era of great uncertainty for how the UK and the EU will interact with the MENA region
Exclusive images by MEMO Photographer Mohammed Asad
The Gaza municipal sector has been suffering from lack of resources and tottering infrastructure prompted by the crippling Israeli blockade
Free Syrian Army (FSA) members are seen in Ahtarin village of Cobanbey and al Ziadiye village of Cobanbey (Al-Rai) town after they liberated them from Daesh terrorists in Aleppo, Syria on October 2, 2016.