An Iraqi music teacher transformed a kalashnikov rifle into a stringed musical instrument
Meet the faces behind Yemen’s first coding boot camp
Israeli snipers are using Palestinian protesters and media taking part in and covering the Great March of Return demonstrations as “entertainment”
A military parade took place in Tehran
With sparks flying and safety glasses slipping down his nose, Rami Nablusi worked diligently. He is hand crafting a bold ring showcasing a bronze coin with the date 1943...
Holding Palestinian flags, the protestors flocked to five different areas in the eastern Gaza Strip
One year on from his death, join us for an evening of discussion on the life, works and legacy of Jamal Khashoggi
Iran's Defence Minister Amir Khatami has denied claims that his country carried out the attacks on Saudi Arabia’s Aramco oil facilities
Some of the birds that frequently pass through the Gaza Strip are various types of quail.
Israeli security personnel shot a Palestinian woman at a checkpoint in the occupied West Bank on Wednesday, Israeli police said, and Palestinian officials said she died of her injury,...
"I don't know which massacre to talk about"
For the Palestinians, the tragedy of Sabra and Shatila remains as a powerful reminder of their apparently endless cycle of displacement.
Gaza circus performers practice acrobatics and juggling in Gaza city on 15 September 2019
Prime Minister Youssef Chahed, as well as two former prime ministers, a former president and the defence minister are among the two dozen candidates hoping to win outright or, if none of them win more than 50%, to advance to a second round run-off.
Video footage released by the US air force shows the small island of Qanus, in the Salahdin province, hit by nearly 40 tonnes of bombs in quick succession.
Footage displays Houthi fighters - backed by heavy artillery - capturing several sites in the Jahfan area, deserted by coalition forces.
Trump: I really would find that hard to believe.
A Turkish coffee truck is on a promotional tour across the United States
International law views both the West Bank and East Jerusalem as "occupied territories" and considers all Jewish settlement-building activity there illegal.
Gaza's Zoo welcomes the latest additions to its family
Netanyahu was unhurt and several minutes later he continued his speech, which was broadcast live on social media by his right-wing Likud party.
At least 31 people died and 102 were wounded during the religious rituals of Ashura in Iraq's southern holy city of Karbala
Israel is heading to the polls again
Gravediggers have complained of being attacked by spirits
Western left-wing activists are attending a conference in Damascus which has sparked outrage among Syrians
An Egyptian contractor has accused the army of squandering public funds and spending billions on their own families whilst ordinary people live in poverty
Can influencers improve Saudi Arabia's image?
Haniyeh told participants at the conference that the refugee issue is particularly significant
Members of the southern Yemeni diaspora joined together in solidarity with the UAE government thanking it for its support for the separatist secessionist movement
After intensive negotiations, Turkey and the US have set up a joint operation centre but have so far disagreed over the zone's depth and over the command structure
Protesters gathered near the government headquarters in the capital of Amman, amid a heavy security presence
Israeli forces shot dead two Palestinian teenagers including a 14-year-old boy during protests along the Gaza-Israel border on Friday