Russia to explore Syria's archaeological sites following a 2019 agreement
After nearly 3 years together and just months after spending Eid with his family on holiday in Italy Reports have confirmed the break up
Can hard labour save the Syrian economy?
Distinguished Libyan journalist and political analyst, Ashur Shamis, has spoken out on the Libyan Civil War and ceasefire in the country
Inmates are kept in overcrowded, dirty cells without ventilation and are given insufficient food
Turkish coastguard hits a small speedboat carrying Syrian refugees in the Mediterranean Sea
Anti-government protests continue in Baghdad, Iraq
The displaced civilians headed to areas near the Turkish border
It was the highest toll in some of the most intense violence since largely peaceful protests erupted across the country in October
"Death to Dictator"
An Israeli journalist reports about the reforms of Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammad Bin Salman
An outbreak of ‘bird flu’ in Slovakia and Hungary prompted the UAE to halt meat, birds and eggs trade from the two countries
Beirut witnessed confrontations between demonstrators and security forces, which resulted in injuries of people from both sides
While some see the AA raid as symbolic of Turkey-Egypt tension others believe it's part of the ongoing attack on Egypt's media
Syrian activists have ridiculed the Russian embassy in Syria after it was exposed for using a fake photo of a ‘humanitarian crossing’ in which it claimed Syrians from Idlib were queuing up to move to areas held by the Syrian regime.
What looks like a case of self-defence has become increasingly controversial after Al Moussa's family called for further investigation
Assad: If Trump also travelled on this road [to Damascus], it would fix him
The Israeli defence minister, Naftali Bennett approved the creation of 7 nature reserves and the expansion of 12 others in Area C of the occupied West Bank
Turkey's state-run news agency, Anadolu, said that Egyptian police raided its office in Cairo today and detained four of its staff members.
Occupation forces opened rainwater stores allowing water to flood the besieged enclave after the region experienced unprecedented heavy downpours
The line which carried clean drinking water from Turkey to Cyprus ruptured for an unknown reason
Protests have re-emerged due to the government's delay in forming an independent team that can address the deteriorating economic conditions
Video footage shows Israeli forces brutally assaulting a Palestinian security guard after he failed to show them identification documents
Tunisians gather in front of General Labour Union building to celebrate the 9th anniversary of ousting Ben Ali
Last week Egypt launched “Qader 2020”, a military display of ground, naval and air units choreographed to demonstrate the strength of the country’s armed forces
Israeli police have arrested a rabbi who is suspected of holding around 50 women and several children as slaves in his 'cult'
A BBC Arabic investigation based on new findings suggests that the Syrian-Kurdish politician Hevrin Khalaf was executed by a faction of the so-called Syrian National Army (SNA) which is...
Despite guarantees from Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman to reduce the number of state killings...
Jordanian King Abdullah II has said that dialogue with Israel had been 'on pause' for two years
'Kids in Palestine are fearless' and SkatePal is helping them find a way to harness this strength
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American game show Jeopardy! has caused controversy for determining a contestant’s answer identifying Palestine as the home of the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem, as incorrect