The family of a 17-year-old Palestinian teenager recently killed by Israeli forces plan to sue the Israeli officials.
Turkish lawmakers engage in physical fighting over a controversial bill on constitutional amendments.
Thousands of Palestinians protest US President-elect Donald Trump's plan to move the American embassy to Jerusalem al-Quds.
At least 33 Takfiri Daesh terrorists have been killed in clashes with Syrian army soldiers in the country's central province of Homs.
Moscow says it is in contact with Tehran over the upcoming talks in Astana as well as an invitation to Washington for attending the meeting.
UNICEF warns that over 40 percent of Syrian child refugees of school-going age are missing out on education in Turkey.
A senior Iraqi official says the eastern bank of Mosul will be declared fully liberated from Daesh in the next few days.
A UN expert says Saudi Arabia should move to enable women to drive cars.
Wadi Barada hosts the main source of water for the capital, Damascus, and its surroundings.
Turkish lawmakers give their support to more articles of the draft constitution, which would give sweeping powers to the president.
President Bashar al-Assad says the upcoming talks in Astana will allow humanitarian aid to reach various areas in Syria.
The remarks came after US Secretary of State John Kerry accused Maliki of being behind the growth of the Daesh terrorist group in Iraq.
Daesh-controlled terrain shrank by 23 percent from 78,000 square kilometers in early January 2016 to 60,400 square kilometers by the end of the year.
Palestinians say they will continue to protest and stand against the demolition of their homes as well as the Israeli regime’s terrorism.
Watch footage of Syrian forces battling Daesh terrorists in the country's eastern city of Dayr al-Zawr.
The outgoing US president says Israel’s settlement activities are making a "two-state solution impossible."
The scuffles came after Amnesty International said two Bahraini men were at the imminent risk of execution.
Many groups call for mass protests in condemnation of the Israeli raids on Umm al-Hayran.
The Iraqi premier says the US-led invasion caused instability and persistent “chaos” in the Arab country.
Snipers from Yemen's popular committees targeted two Saudi military camps in Jizan.
The Cuban envoy to the UN condemns the “politicization” of the crisis in Syria.
Russia and Turkey jointly carry out airstrikes against Daesh in Syria’s city of al-Bab.
A senior UN human rights official slams the regime in Manama for the execution by firing squad of three young Shia activists.
The Left Coast area in the east of the city of Mosul was declared fully liberated on Wednesday.
The arrest warrants are issued as part of Ankara’s crackdown on those suspected of having links to coup plotters.
The unity deal is announced following three days of intensive discussions among different Palestinian factions in the Russian capital.
Israeli troops attack Palestinians who want to prevent the demolition of their homes in a village in the Negev desert.
A Syrian general and eight troops are killed in a militant bombing attack outside the capital city Damascus.
The UN warns that any attempt by Israel to annex Palestinian land will destroy further prospects of peace talks.
The Syrian government and opposition militants announce the names of their delegation heads for the upcoming peace talks in Kazakhstan.
The United States vows to step up support for the Turkish forces by conducting airstrikes in Syria’s al-Bab.
Bahrainis have held several mass protests over the past few days to denounce the recent executions of three Shia activists.
Tel Aviv has come under fire for its violence against Palestinians and adopting a policy of shoot-to-kill.
Selahattin Demirtas, the Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) co-leader, has been held in custody for over two months.
The commander of Nineveh Liberation Operation says Iraqi forces are in control of Mosul’s Central Mosque.
Saudi vessels fired a barrage of rockets at a village in the Maqbanah district of Ta’izz on Tuesday.
Two car bombs target the Tal Yabes district in eastern Mosul, causing casualties.
The bomb attack occurred in Turkey’s southeastern province of Diyarbakir.
Turkish authorities announce the capture of the New Year Istanbul attack gunman, saying he has confessed to staging the massacre.
A high ranking Iraqi commander says around 90 percent of eastern Mosul has been recaptured from the Daesh terrorists.
Anti-regime protests continue in Bahrain following the execution of three activists accused of a 2014 bomb attack.
A Palestinian teenager is killed by Israeli forces during clashes south of the occupied West Bank.
Foreign-backed militant groups say they will attend Astana peace talks.
Iraqi special forces battling Daesh terrorists in Mosul say they made further advances against the Takfiris.
An Israeli minister says Palestinians are powerless to block the transfer of US embassy to Jerusalem al-Quds.
Three security guards were wounded after a group of villagers brandishing guns attacked the convoy of a Qatari royal family member in southwestern Pakistan.
The president of Supreme Political Council says the battle in western coastal areas is neither against mercenaries, nor Saudi Arabia, rather against Israel.
The National Salvation Front in Syria, comprising certain foreign-based oppositionists, openly pleads with Israel to directly confront the government of President Assad.
In its annual report, Human Rights Watch puts a spotlight on Saudi crimes in the bloody war against Yemen, which is backed by the US and the UK.
Tel Aviv’s forces break up a rally by Palestinians demanding the return of bodies of those killed by the regime’s troops.
Turkish lawmakers approve the first reading of a constitutional amendment package aimed at boosting the country’s president.
Spain's King Felipe VI meets Saudi King Salman amid ongoing negotiations over the purchase of Spanish warships.
The Palestine Liberation Organization welcomes the closing statement of a Middle East peace conference held in France.
Moscow will reportedly begin repairing a second runway at Hmeimim Air Base in Syria's Latakia.
The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says at least 249 people have been killed in the wake of Turkey's Operation Euphrates Shield in northern Syria.
The Emirati and British naval forces have started joint naval exercises dubbed 'Sea Dagger 2017' in the Persian Gulf.
Iranian officials as well as international bodies condemn the Bahraini government’s execution of three anti-regime Shia activists.
Yemeni forces launch retaliatory cross border attack in Saudi Najran province, killing one soldier.
The French foreign minister warns the incoming US president against moving the country's embassy from Tel Aviv to occupied Jerusalem al-Quds.
An Israeli tank has shelled the besieged Gaza Strip following an alleged gunfire attack from the coastal enclave.
Jordanian PM replaces interior and foreign ministers in a fresh cabinet reshuffle.
The plane was carrying 299 passengers from Oman to Germany when it requested an emergency landing over a bomb threat.
Riyadh’s military aircraft carry out more deadly raids against Yemeni provinces.
The assassination comes amid Syrian army efforts to reach reconciliation deals with armed groups in Wadi Barada and secure water processing facilities there.
More than 70 countries are attending the summit, which will open in the French capital on Sunday.
The regime in Manama carries out the death sentences handed to the Shia activists, turning a deaf ear to public calls for the verdicts to be revoked.
Diyala Province and the capital, Baghdad, are hit by three deadly explosions, which also wounded dozens of people.
Protesters gather in Tel Aviv, calling for the resignation of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over multiple allegations of corruption.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and the Pope discuss the probable relocation of US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem al-Quds.
Bahrain is urged to drop charges against female journalist Naeeha Saeed.
Syria’s opposition group HNC backs upcoming peace talks in the Kazakh capital of Astana.
Iraqi government forces make more territorial gains against Daesh terrorists in and around Mosul.
Saudi Arabia’s grand Mufti bashes plans for opening cinemas and concerts in the kingdom.
Dozens of people are killed as Daesh Takfiris launch a major attack on the eastern Syrian city of Dayr al-Zawr.
Israeli troops fire tear gas at Palestinians during a raid into a West Bank village.
The protesters take to the streets in northern Bahrain, holding placards that read ‘No to execution’ and ‘We are not afraid of execution.’
Suspects Omar Asim and Abuliezi Abuduhamiti were arrested on Friday.
Iraqi counterterrorism forces fully recapture the Mosul University from Daesh terrorists.
Palestinian President Abbas writes to Russian President Putin, asking for help to stop the potential relocation of the US embassy from Tel Aviv.
Yemen's al-Masirah news channel said the soldiers were killed in firing at al-Sudais military site.
Iraqi government forces continue to gain ground against Takfiri Daesh militants in Mosul.
An analyst says Israel’s recent attack on a Syrian military airport is a declaration of war.
The grand mufti made the remarks in a sermon at al-Aqsa Mosque in Old City on Friday.
The Syrian Foreign Ministry says Western countries and their regional allies are complicit in the Israeli regime's aggression against the Arab country.
Turkish officials arrest the ex-chief of President Erdogan's security over links to the failed July 15 coup attempt last year.
Heavy clashes reportedly break out as Yemeni forces try to foil an attack by pro-Saudi militants near Bab al-Mandeb strait.
Iraqi forces enter the compound of the Mosul University in a key advance against Daesh in the northern city.
Spain’s king is due in Saudi Arabia, with a lucrative arms deal expected to top the agenda of his talks in the kingdom.
The parliament in Tukey approves more articles of a constitutional reform package sought by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Ex-UK Premier David Cameron visits Bahrain despite growing concerns about human rights violations by Manama.
The Syrian army retakes a village vital for supply of water to millions in Damascus but Israel shortly hits a military airport west of the capital that was used to attack the militants.