The Arab League accuses Israel of 'playing with fire' with new security measures at al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
The ICRC says one in every 45 people in the war-torn country could contract cholera this year.
Iraqi officials say over 2 dozen foreigners, including four German women, have been arrested in the northern city of Mosul, which used to serve as Daesh's last stronghold.
The media bureau of Hezbollah Operations Command announces the liberation of the Arsal areas of Wadi al-Owaini and Shubat al-Qala’a by the resistance fighters.
More than 12,000 people have been killed, and much of the country has turned into death traps for civilians since the onset of the Saudi invasion.
Still exhibiting assertiveness, the United Arab Emirates conditions dialog on resolution of diplomatic crisis with Qatar on Doha’s “revising” its policies.
Tensions erupted in the occupied territories on July 14 following a deadly shooting outside the Haram al-Sharif, which Jews call Temple Mount.
Fighters of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement launch a retaliatory ballistic missile attack on a Saudi oil facility in the kingdom’s western Yababu province.
Egypt, France, and Sweden call for an emergency UN Security Council meeting over the recent escalation of tensions in East Jerusalem al-Quds.
The Iraqi prime minister says Hashd al-Sha’abi is an “integral” part of the country’s security system.
The Syrian army command says it has ceased its military operations in several areas of Eastern Ghouta near the capital Damascus.
A court in Turkey reissues arrest warrants for four rights activists previously released on probation.
A Bahraini rights group says the ruling Al Khalifah regime is heading towards further violations of human rights.
Israel boost military presence in the West Bank amid Palestinian protests against the new restrictions at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
The new allegation, made by an anonymous source close to the Saudi court, is apparently aimed at justifying an abrupt ouster of the former crown prince, Mohammed bin Nayef.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the US-led coalition operating in Syria and Iraq has been refusing to hit the al-Nusra Front terrorist group.
In two letters to the UN, Damascus Syria demands compensation from the US and its coalition allies for destroying the country’s infrastructure.
The Syrian army and Hezbollah resistance fighters have freed several areas from the grips of Jabhat Fateh al-Sham Takfiri terrorists in a joint offensive.
The Qatari emir slams the Saudi-led blockade against his country as a pre-planned smearing campaign.
The Palestinian president says he will suspend all contacts with Israel until it ends new restrictions at al-Aqsa Mosque.
At least eight fishermen are killed and another gone missing in a Saudi airstrike in Yemen’s western coastal province of al-Hudaydah.
The Turkish president criticizes German officials for scaring off investors as tensions escalate between the two countries.
The interior ministry says the three men were shot in an exchange of gunfire with police.
At least four Palestinians are reportedly killed during rallies for the right to pray at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
A rights group says Bahraini inmates at Dry Dock Detention Center will be punished with torture, solitary confinement if they seek medical attention.
The UN censured the coalition against Yemen for targeting non-military objectives in Ta'izz.
Germany has frozen all arms shipment to Turkey after Ankara arrested several human rights activists, including a German national.
Clashes escalate between Hayat Tahrir al-Sham and Ahrar al-Sham Takfiri terrorist in Syria’s Idlib Province.
US lawmakers have introduced legislation seeking to impose further sanctions on the Lebanese Resistance Movement, Hezbollah.
A report says the Israeli premier and the UAE foreign minister secretly met in New York in 2012.
The Oxfam charity group says the cholera epidemic in Yemen is the largest on record in modern history.
At least four Palestinians were injured on Friday as Israeli forces fired rubber bullets at worshipers near a church in the Old City of Jerusalem al-Quds.
The Syrian army and Hezbollah resistance fighters launch a joint operation against Takfiri militants operating in border areas.
A powerful earthquake has rocked Greece and Turkey, leaving two people dead and over a hundred injured in the former country.
At least 50 Palestinians are injured by Israeli forces as fresh clashes erupt outside the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in the occupied West Bank.
The Saudi king issues a string of decrees late at night to overhaul the country’s security system.
Qatar vows to take appropriate measures against the UAE over a hacking attack on its national news agency.
A senior Russian official says Iraq is going to receive a large batch of advanced T-90 main battle tanks from Russia later this year.
Palestinians continue protests outside the al-Aqsa Mosque compound to voice their outrage at Israel’s latest move to impose new restrictive measures at the holy site.
The leader of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement says the US is trying to establish full control over regional states in the name of war on terror.
Germany says it would review state guarantees for foreign investment in Turkey and would urge businesses against putting their money there.
Iraqi forces manage to recapture a village, situated south of the recently liberated city of Mosul, in their latest push to rid the whole country of Daesh terrorists.
Israeli military forces shoot dead a young Palestinian man over an alleged stabbing attack in the occupied West Bank.
Charities urge the UN to blacklist the Saudi-led coalition for killing and maiming children in Yemen.
A senior Qatari official slams the Saudi-led bloc of states boycotting the country for their “disorganized” conduct and “conflicting statements.”
Palestinian lawyers and civil society groups have demanded ICC to speed up probe into Israel’s war crimes in besieged Gaza Strip.
Mohammed bin Salman became Saudi Arabia’s crown prince in a secretive push that had been planned out in advance, a report says.
The UN demands access to the “man-made catastrophe" in Yemen after Saudi Arabia denied entry to three reporters traveling on a UN aid flight to Sana’a.
The Trump administration has decided to end the CIA’s covert program to arm and train Syrian militants fighting the Syrian government.
Israel says it plans to build a new field hospital in Syria to treat what it generally named patients amid international concerns.
The defense ministry said pro-government forces captured al-Ramilan, a complex containing residential units and a dam.
Russia says its second aid flight to Yemen will take off on Wednesday, a day after the first flight landed in the Yemeni capital Sana’a.
The Israeli premier, who is in Hungary, says Brussels should stop criticizing Tel Aviv and start reviewing its ties with Israel.
A Turkish columnist says the United Arab Emirates is willing to swap Gulenists with Brotherhood members.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim announces a cabinet reshuffle, replacing or swapping 11 of the country’s 26 ministers.
A monitoring group says 15 civilians have been killed after the US-led coalition conducted air raids on the Syrian province of Raqqah.
An Israeli soldier found guilty of manslaughter for fatally shooting a wounded Palestinian is to be placed under house arrest.
The Saudi-led bloc of countries, which have blockaded Qatar, have called on Doha to accept what they view as “principles” in their list of demands from Qatar
A Foreign Ministry source slams the European Union for slapping fresh sanctions on Syrian nationals over an alleged gas attack.
At least 70 Palestinians are injured during clashes with Israeli forces in the in East Jerusalem al-Quds.
A Turkish court decides to continue the detention of six activists over alleged links to terrorists and coup plotters.
Saudi Arabia has prevented a UN flight carrying aid agency staff from travelling to the Houthi-controlled Yemeni capital city of Sana'a.
Saudi warplanes target three displaced Yemeni families in Ta’izz province, killing 22 of them.
Israeli military forces have shot and killed a Palestinian man in the occupied West Bank over alleged stabbing attack.
Iraq's parliament is to question the trade minister over allegations of graft.
The Lebanese premier says the country will launch an operation against militants along the Syrian border.
Fresh US-led airstrikes kill several civilians in Syrian province of Dayr al-Zawr.
Tel Aviv’s forces clash with Palestinians staging a sit-in outside the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in East Jerusalem al-Quds.
Amnesty International slams a decision by a Turkish court to remand six rights activists in custody on terror-related charges.
An expert panel slams Israel for the expansion of settlements on occupied Palestinian territory, the practice of administrative detention, and other abuses against Palestinians.
Cairo says it will end a visa-free regime with Doha and require that it meet the 13 demands made by the four boycotting countries.
The Syrian army regains control of an oilfield in Raqqah after killing all of its occupying Daesh terrorists as part of their operations to fully liberate the country from extremism.
The Turkish parliament approved government proposal to extend Turkey’s state of emergency for another three months.
Qatar accuses the United Arab Emirates of an alleged hacking attack in late May.
The Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement has lauded the ‘heroic’ operation by three Palestinians at the entrance to the al-Aqsa Mosque.
Muslim groups call on Muslims to boycott all the Israeli aggression measures imposed at the holy al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
A court in Jordan has handed a life sentence to a Jordanian soldier who had killed three US military trainers some eight months ago.
Iraq successfully test-fires locally designed and manufactured al-Yaqeen-1 rocket.
The Turkish government asks parliament to extend by three more months the post-coup state of emergency.
At least 17 Turkish soldiers have been wounded when a roadside bomb planted by PKK terrorists was detonated in Turkey's southeastern province of Hakkari.
Turkish authorities issue arrest warrants for 127 more people on suspicion of links to the attempted military coup a year ago.
Reports say the mosque is still under Israeli control despite the reopening of some of its doors.
The Emirati minister of state for foreign affairs hints that the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) may part ways with Qatar.
The decision comes even as Israel did not demolish the homes of Israelis who murdered Palestinian teenager Muhammed Abu Khdeir in a grisly 2014 attack.
The Israeli premier says Tel Aviv is totally against the truce agreement in southern Syria, claiming it consolidates Iran's presence in the Arab country.
NATO's secretary general calls on Turkey and Germany to put an end to their dispute over MPs visiting Turkish air bases.
Israeli ministers approve legislation aimed at taking complete control of Jerusalem al-Quds by the Tel Aviv regime.
An Iraqi lawmaker says the US-led coalition airstrikes have killed hundreds of army soldiers and allied fighters.
Two mortar shells have hit the Russian embassy in Damascus, causing material damage.
Turkey's main opposition party says the government is blocking a full investigation into last summer's failed coup attempt.
Israel has reopened the al-Aqsa Mosque compound but Muslims refused to enter in protest.