The Israeli regime has demolished the house of a Palestinian in the West Bank village of Deir Abu Mashaal.
A new UN draft report says the Saudi-led military campaign claimed the lives of 502 Yemeni children and injured over 800 others last year.
The Israeli Press Office invalidates the credentials of an Al Jazeera reporter, pending a hearing, over his support for Palestinian resistance.
Syria says the US, Britain, and their allies are supporting terrorists in the country by supplying them with toxic agents and other kinds of weapons.
Hamas’ leader in Gaza says the enclave is well prepared for any military move by Israel.
The Al-Quds Al-Araby reported that an Israeli delegation had arrived in Cairo and met with a number of Egyptian security officials.
US-led coalition warplanes pounded the Old City neighborhood of Raqqah.
Seven Iraqi soldiers were killed after a Daesh attacker tried to infiltrate a security headquarters near the northern city of Baiji.
Bahrain’s state TV has accused Qatar of trying to oust the government in Manama.
Turkish media recently reported that theology lecturer Adil Oksuz were seen in German cities including Frankfurt and Ulm.
The Turkish foreign minister has warned that a plan by Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdish region to hold a referendum on independence could lead to "civil war."
Tel Aviv’s forces flatten a house near the city of Ramallah, which belonged to a Palestinian youth involved in an alleged stabbing attack.
The Lebanese military manages to wrest control of several areas near the northeastern village of Ras Baalbek.
A Qatari official says Saudi Arabia and its allies have failed to damage Qatar’s reputation by leveling terror support allegations against the country.
Saudi Arabia has completely flattened the al-Musawara neighborhood in the Shia town of Awamiyah, says a local official.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has called on the Bahraini regime to stop discriminating against Shias residing in the Persian Gulf country.
The Syrian military says one of its jets has crashed in the country’s southwestern province of Suwayda.
The Lebanese army advances along the Syrian border, tightening its siege on Daesh terrorists.
A recent report has revealed that a network of Israeli rabbis is involved in trafficking babies from occupied lands to the United States.
Israeli military forces arrest the leader of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel.
Hundreds of civilians in Syria’s troubled eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr refuse to enlist in Daesh militant ranks.
Saudi Arabia and Iraq will reopen a major border crossing after 27 years.
At least 31 people have lost their lives in one day during the annual Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia.
Clashes break out between Bahraini forces and the anti-regime protesters marking Bahrain's Independence Day.
New details have emerged of Saudi Arabia’s kidnapping of three princes from Europe and the United States in order to silence their opposition to Riyadh.
The Palestinian resistance movement has dismissed the latest Israeli accusations that it has dug tunnels underneath civilian sites.
The Iraqi Air Force launches airstrikes against the militants' positions in the northern city on the first day of a new liberation operation.
Aid agencies have been struggling to reach those in need in the area since the onset of the emergency situation along the border last year.
Al Arabiya state television says the kingdom could shoot down Qatari airliners potentially violating its airspace.
Mohammed bin Salman is purportedly seeking an exit from the war on Yemen, more than two years after Riyadh started the aggression on his initiative.
Israeli troops tear down several Palestinian homes funded by the United Nations in a village located in the southern West Bank.
This year’s amount of Saudi airstrikes on Yemen shows a 300-percent increase compared with the last year’s figure.
The two American soldiers killed Sunday in Iraq lost their lives due to a US artillery "mishap," says a Pentagon spokesman.
A roadside bomb blast kills 12 civilians and wounded four others in a crowded market in Yemen’s southwestern province of Dali’.
The Central Bank of Yemen has accused the Saudi-led coalition of 'strangling' the country’s economy.
Two civilians are killed after a bomb blast by the PKK militants in Turkey's Hakkari Province.
More than 600,000 displaced Syrians have returned to their homes since the beginning of the year.
The World Health Organization says over half a million people have been infected with cholera since its outbreak four months ago.
A senior Hashd Sha’abi official says the Iraqi pro-government fighters will actively participate in the operations to liberate Tal Afar from Daesh.
The Sunday visit was the second by Sadr to the Emirates in as many months, Emirati paper The National reported.
According to WHO, over 50 percent of the 2,282 requests submitted to the Coordination and Liaison Administration to the Gaza Strip in May were held up with no explanation.
Buses carrying 300 Saraya Ahl al-Sham militants and 3,000 Syrian refugees have left eastern Arsal, according to al-Manar.
Local activists reported the figure on Monday, saying the structures in Awamiyah had mostly been populated by Shia Muslims.
The Israeli prime minister expresses interest in partitioning Iraq and establishing an independent Kurdish state in the Arab country.
Ten children were killed and 28 others injured after a Saudi airstrike hit their school in the Juma'at Bin Fadel village on August 12 last year.
A Turkish police officer is stabbed to death by a suspected member of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group.
Israel has approved measures against striking employees at the Negev Nuclear facility in Dimona.
An environment campaigning group censures Kuwait’s intentional media blackout on oil spill.
CENTCOM said five other troops were also injured.
The leader of the Lebanese Hezbollah movement says Israel is not able to launch a new war on Lebanon.
Russia says Syrian troops have increased government-held areas across the country by 2.5 times in two months.
Lebanese Hezbollah fighters have found an Israeli spying device in the southwestern part of the country.
A top Iraqi official says Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman has officially asked Baghdad to mediate talks between Riyadh and Tehran.
Widely referred to as Bibi, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is the subject of two high-profile graft cases.
Human Rights Watch says Saudi security forces have been 'arbitrarily shooting at or arresting those who emerged from their houses' in the Shia-majority town.
More than 600,000 people return to their homes in Syria in the seven months from January, with the northwestern province of Aleppo receiving the bulk.
Sources say Saudi Arabia, which along with its allies has imposed a blockade on Qatar over its alleged support for terrorism, had sought to host a liaison office for the Taliban militant group.
At least two Turkish soldiers are killed in a Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) bomb attack in the country’s southeastern province of Batman.
A report says at least 300 Israeli soldiers have deserted military service in the occupied lands.
Israeli military forces arrest a Palestinian woman over an alleged stabbing attack in the occupied Old City of Jerusalem al-Quds.
The Turkish president says Ankara-Berlin ties will improve after Germany’s parliamentary vote in September.
Ten Nobel laureates call on Saudi Arabia to hold off on execution of 14 Shia men over protest-related charges.
A US Air Force F-18 fighter jet crash lands on the runway of Bahrain International Airport.
Yemeni naval forces and their allies target a Saudi-led vessel off the coast of Mukha port city, a report says.
Tillerson urges the leader of Iraq’s semi-autonomous region Kurdistan region to delay an upcoming referendum on independence.
Bahrainis stage protests in a northern region to express solidarity with prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim, who is under house arrest.
Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) suggests there are secret interactions between the United States and the Daesh terrorist group inside Iraq.
The Syrian army and its allied forces have flushed out Takfiri Daesh terrorists from their last stronghold in Syria’s sprawling central province of Homs.
Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed is in the Iranian capital, Tehran, to discuss the Yemeni conflict with Iranian officials, including Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
Jordan is barring the Israeli ambassador from returning to Amman until legal action is taken against an Israeli embassy guard who recently killed two Jordanian citizens, an official says.
A UAE military helicopter has crashed in Yemen’s Shabwah province, killing four people.
The Palestinian Foreign Ministry has held the Tel Aviv regime responsible for the spread of radicalism and violence in occupied lands.
Human rights group have voiced concerns over the increasing civilian death toll from US-led airstrikes in Syria.
A court in Saudi Arabia has sentenced Saudi Shia activist Haider Al Lif to death.
The UN urges Saudi Arabia to put human rights first, reacting to reports on its deadly campaign against an eastern Shia town.
Turkey warns that the US alliance with Kurdish militants in Syria will help ‘other terror organizations’ in the region gain more ground.
An Israeli settler fled the scene after running over four children in East Jerusalem al-Quds.
A top Hashd al-Sha’abi commander says the US, Turkey and the Kurdistan region are against the inclusion of the forces in Tal Afar battle.
Yemen's national blood bank is facing a complete shutdown within a week due to lack of funds.
A court in Saudi Arabia sentences senior Shia cleric Ayatollah Sheikh Hussein al-Radhi to 13 years in prison.
A Russian national is detained in Turkey over a plot to attack US jets in Incirlik.
Syrian army forces and their allies seize control of more areas near the country’s border with Jordan from Takfiri militants.
Israel sentences Palestinian youth accused of alleged attack on two Israelis to 9.5 years in jail.
The UN migration agency says 55 more refugees are deliberately drowned in seas off Yemen.
An Israeli military commander says the regime will speed up building a huge wall around the blockaded Gaza Strip to prevent what is claimed to be tunneling into the occupied territories.
Israeli forces demolish four Palestinian homes in the West Bank, leaving several people homeless.
Turkey’s state-run news agency says authorities have issued detention warrants for 35 journalists and media workers over ties to US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen.
The HRW warns that 14 Shia Saudi citizens are at imminent risk of execution.
Over 50 refugees from Somalia and Ethiopia have been “deliberately" drowned by smugglers off Yemen’s coast, the UN migration agency says.
Veteran US diplomat Henry Kissinger has suggested that the US and Europe should sustain direct aggressive engagement in parts of the world they do not belong to.
A rights group warns the Saudi-led closure of Yemen’s main airport has led to the deaths of over 10,000 Yemenis over the past year.