Sudan blows up 300,000 illegal weapons in a single explosion
Palestinian farmers pick dates from a date farm in Gaza, on 1 October 2020
Although the Arabic phrase literally means “God willing” it is also popularly used in an informal way across the Middle East to denote something that is unlikely to happen.
A rights group founded by journalist Jamal Khashoggi months before his brutal killing two years ago, was officially launched in the US
Our interview with Palestinian-American children's author and Palestine Book Awards nominee for 2020 Rifk Ebeid
The man was arrested after the video circulated online and he was identified
11 UNRWA distribution centers started their services after their aid operations were suspended until August 24th due to the lockdown imposed as a preventive measure against the coronavirus pandemic.
The couple now look forward to spending the rest of their lives together
Emir Al Sabah had arrived in the US in July for treatment
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday Armenia must immediately withdraw from the territory he said it was occupying in Azerbaijan, and it was time to end a crisis...
Turkey pledged support for Azerbaijan as it has a military base in the country
Karl Marx lookalike busts a move at a wedding in Turkey's Mardin
Whip up this culinary delight and share it your government-sanctioned six friends of your choice...
Egyptian naval forces have shot dead two Palestinian fishermen, and wounded and arrested a third on Friday after they allegedly crossed into Egyptian territorial waters
Egypt’s protests have continued for a fifth day in several areas of Giza Governorate and in Beni Suef, against living conditions in the country where prices have soared in recent months.
On 25 September, 1997, Israelis from the Mossad spy agency attempted to assassinate Palestinian political leader Khaled Meshaal in Amman, the capital of Jordan
The US Ambassador to the UN claimed yesterday that another Arab state will recognise Israel within the next couple of days,
Palestine gives up chair of the Arab league in protest against Israel normalisation deals
Sarah Hunaidi, a Syrian feminist and human rights activist, spoke exclusively to MEMO about the Syrian uprising, revolution and civil war, as well as the politics of the Druze community.
Policemen patrol the streets in Gaza to enforce the lockdown following an outbreak of the coronavirus
Chelsea football club owner Roman Abramovich has donated almost $102 million to a far-right Israeli settler organisation which displaces Palestinian families from occupied East Jerusalem
Protesters in Egypt have seized an armoured police vehicle in the Badrasheen Centre in Giza. According to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, another group of protesters in Al-Hawarta village in Minya Governorate pushed...
Beirut-based Dar El-Nimr cultural centre said the broadcaster replaced the word 'Palestine' with 'Lebanon'
In Suez, Kafr El Dawwar, a city on the Nile Delta, Cairo, Alexandria and Aswan, demonstrators demanded Al-Sisi stand down
Shops and shopping malls re-open in Gaza after 24 days of lockdown due to coronavirus
On the northern Turkish side of the capital lies one of the oldest Ottoman buildings in Cyprus, and it is well worth a visit.
Egyptian security forces have been deployed in several areas across the main Egyptian cities, preparing themselves for possible anti-regime protests
Former Lebanese footballer Mohamad Atwi was killed by a stray bullet in Beirut
An investigation is underway after an attempted armed robbery at a pharmacy in Beirut
The sanctions came after the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and the Saudi-led coalition's military campaign in Yemen which has left thousands of civilians dead
Women and children can be seen climbing out of a vehicle after they were smuggled out of Syria refugee camp
Turkey is known for its massive population of cats, where they can be seen almost at every corner of the cat-friendly nation