Senate Majority Leader: The president is not a racist
Rouhani out of time, support for revised nuclear deal
US sanctions and Europe's failure to come up with a satisfactory substitute for the nuclear deal are weakening the moderates in Iran's government while infla...
Traps abound as Iraq charts independent course based on ‘...
Iraq's new foreign policy vision promotes noninterference and economic integration; Turkey's bombing of PKK sites in Iraq's Qandil Mountains tests Baghdad's ...
Sudan’s military council, opposition coalition agree poli...
Author:  Reuters ID:  1563345223766041900 Wed, 2019-07-17 06:31 KHARTOUM: Sudan’s ruling military council and an opposition alliance signed a polit...
'They're trying to silence the rabbis'
1 seriously injured in hit-and-run west of Jerusalem
Iran arrests Christian for not properly wearing hijab aft...
Fatemeh Mohammadi was arrested after a woman harassed her because of her dress code and injured her in the face.
EU concerned by pending Palestinian home demolitions near...
While the IDF does not usually carry out enforcement in Areas A and B, in this case the buildings were constructed too close to the security barrier.
Moroccan medical students protest privatization of medica...
The government’s decision to privatize medical education has caused protests among medical students in public schools that have been ongoing since late March.
It's time for Israel-US defense treaty
A defense pact with the United States would mean much more for Israel than statements such as recognizing Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights.
Egypt shifts education focus to improving quality
A program currently under implementation in primary schools in Southern Egyptian provinces is building up the capacity of teachers, advancing literacy and en...
Turkish diplomats 'shot dead' in Iraqi Kurdistan
Three Turkish diplomats shot dead at restaurant in Iraqi Kurdish city of Erbil, security sources tell the BBC
Pop star Pink defends her kids' behavior at Holocaust mem...
For faith or money: Why Gazans are eager to perform umrah
Many Palestinians in the Gaza Strip leave the coastal enclave on a pilgrimage trip to Saudi Arabia and never come back.
Updated: Iran's foreign minister receives visa, to arrive...
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif was expected to arrive in New York on Sunday after uncertainty over whether he would receive a US visa amid ten...
Can Iraq get its water wheels on UNESCO World Heritage List?
Local academics believe that water wheels, used all around the world, were discovered on the banks of the Euphrates River in Anbar province and should be on ...
Intel: How Congress is curbing US support for Yemen war
Iran: Ballistic missile program not up for negotiation
Syrian refugees becoming scapegoats for Turkey’s troubles
Turkey’s economic downturn and the lack of long-term residence options are putting pressure on the nation’s 3.6 million Syrian refugees.
Turkish diplomat 'shot dead' in Iraqi Kurdistan
A Turkish diplomat has been shot dead in the Iraqi Kurdish city of Irbil, security sources tell the BBC.
IRGC denies it tried to capture British tanker
The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps has denied they attempted to seize a British oil tanker in the Persian Gulf.
Voices from the Arab Press: LIBYA AND THE TURKISH OCCUPIER
On the one hand, Turkey wants to join the EU, but on the other hand, it is aligning itself with Russia.
Palestinians rally in response to Kuwaiti support
Kuwait adopted an unparalleled pro-Palestinian stance by boycotting the US economic workshop in Manama and rejecting the economic plan preceding the introduc...
Is racism more rampant in France then ever?
Can West Bank break free economically from Israel?
The Palestinian government has decided to kick-start its economic disengagement plan from Israel in the city of Hebron.
Palestinian police on red alert over antiquities smuggling
Palestinian police say the Israeli-controlled Area C is their weak spot in the battle against antiquities smuggling.
Iran says it aided foreign oil tanker in the Strait of Ho...
The Panama-flagged Riah, an oil tanker based in the United Arab Emirates, disappeared in Iranian waters late Saturday.
A Palestinian 'intifada' in Lebanon
Unification of Arab parties bad news for Netanyahu
The Israeli-Arab public is tired of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s campaign against them, tired of Israeli politics and tired of unfulfilled promises.
ADL: Foster agency's Christians-only policy is discrimina...
Weapons seized in Palestinian Authority areas
Will Trump follow suit if Israel attacks Iran?
Ahead of the 2020 US presidential elections, President Donald Trump might decide to back Israel militarily, if it decides to attack Iran.
Labor, Meretz preparing for joint run
Fire near Kinneret extinguished
Lebanese PM Hariri: Lebanon to increase naval capabilities
Hariri says he will urge government to endorse plan by August 31.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe 'in psychiatric ward'
Her move to a hospital in Tehran follows a hunger strike last month in protest at her detention in Iran.
Iraqi Kurdistan Cabinet finally sees daylight after 9 months
The new prime minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government has a Cabinet now, with all but one ministerial position filled.
Tehran says it will stick to phased reduction of nuclear ...
Iran told a French envoy that it will continue to scale back its commitments under the nuclear deal unless the other signatories honor their end of the deal.
New challenges for Moscow with arrest of 'Russian trolls'...
Following the arrest of two Russians by Libyan security forces, the Government of National Accord is trying to sway Moscow away from Khalifa Hifter.
France: No hate crime charges against burglars who target...
Shtayyeh: Palestinians in Iraq will be given equal rights
“The president, prime minister and parliament speaker of Iraq told me that they will honor all the rights of Palestinians in Iraq,” Palestinian Authority Pri...
Police Defy Netanyahu, Send Hundreds of Troops to Demolis...
Meanwhile, police appear to obey the PM's policy regarding the illegal Bedouin shantytown of Khan al Ahmar, which is not being touched, in keeping with Netan...
Report: Netanyahu Expresses Reservations about Possible G...
Jason Greenblatt said that the hesitation from the Israeli side surprised him because the US administration repeatedly assured Israel that Israel's "security...
Greenblatt: Hateful ideology is one of the challenges to ...
All is fair to sustain Erdogan’s reign
In a tightly controlled media environment where any critical voice is promptly labeled as terrorist, how did a notorious PKK member on the most wanted list a...
Turkish diplomats reported killed in Erbil, Iraq
At around 2:30 in the afternoon personnel from the Turkish consulate in Erbil were in a restaurant on Airport Road when a shooting incident took place, Rudaw...
Israel discretely increases number of entry permits for G...
Israel has increased the number of entry permits for Gaza laborers, after years of demands from farmers in the south of Israel.
Rafi Peretz Undergoes Snap ‘Conversion Therapy,’ Reverses...
"I know that conversion treatments are wrong and severe, this is my unequivocal position."
Antisemitism: Do we allow history to repeat itself or fig...
Turkish diplomat shot dead in Iraqi Kurdistan
Turkey has already vowed to respond to the attack in which a civilian was also killed.
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