Over the past few years, the European governments have been grappling with the worst refugee crisis since world war two.
One of the biggest foreign policy challenges facing the administration of US President Donald Trump is the war in Afghanistan.
The US city of Charlottesville, Virginia was recently the scene of chaos triggered by a white supremacist rally.
Netanyahu's political career is under serious threat from a series of corruption investigations that have rocked his premiership.
Concerns are already rising globally about what many see as a dangerous surge in the rhetoric of Trump against other countries.
A coalition led by Saudi Arabia which has been bombing Yemen for the past two years, has issued statement that could be interpreted as a sign of growing international pressure on the kingdom and its allies.
The United States and North Korea seem to be heading towards an armed confrontation.
A growing number of politicians in the US are turning against Israel.
Wiki Leaks has released documents that show the Saudis and the Israelis have been trying to normalize their relations for more than a decade.
A media report has quoted an informed Israeli source as saying that Israel has bombed the positions of Daesh in Libya on behalf of strongman General Khalifa Haftar.
Saudi forces sealed off the Shia-majority town of Awamiyah in the wake of deadly clashes with activists protesting against Riyadh’s plans to demolish and redevelop ancient sites there.
Violence is raging on in the Kasai region in the Democratic Republic of Congo's southwest, amid fighting between militia and government forces.
US president Donald Trump recently criticized the US military for still being bogged down in Afghanistan after so many years of occupying the country.
The situation in the Indian-controlled Kashmir remains tense and concerns are rising that the region would sooner or later see a surge in tensions.
The US is providing arms the Syrian Kurdish militants involved in an operation in the Daesh-held Syrian province of Raqqah.
Venezuela just voted for a new national assembly, which will have the power to re-write the constitution.
Tensions over the US anti-Iran measures continue with the Islamic Republic once again deploring Washington over the matter.
Venezuela has been hit with months of opposition-backed demonstrations against the Maduro government.
Already tense relations between the United States and Russia seem set for further deterioration.
A number of peace deals to end years-long violence in North African country have so far failed to produce results.
The Qatari emir has called for dialogue to resolve the row with Saudi Arabia and its allies.
The European Union is facing another challenge as its member state Poland is rocked by a crisis blamed on the government's judicial reform.
The US has made each and every effort to discredit WikiLeaks, but the latest remarks by the CIA's chief is symptomatic of Washington's failure to reverse the damage done to its image as a result of revelations by the group.
The Boycott, Sanctions and Divestment Movement is under attack; this time by US lawmakers.
Ukraine’s eastern regions have been the scene of deadly clashes between pro-Russian forces and Kiev troops since November 2014.
US President Donald Trump this week told the Congress that Iran was complying with a landmark nuclear deal it signed in 2015 with six world powers.
South Korea has offered to hold direct talks with its northern neighbor despite the tough rhetoric of the United States.
The plight of Rohingya Muslims shows no sign of ending amid the silence of the global community in the face of the Myanmar government's crimes.
The families of 9/11 victims are considering adding the UAE to a lawsuit they’ve brought against Saudi Arabia for its alleged role in the terrorist attack.
A new report has shed light on what many would see as the US hypocrisy regarding the Saudi-led war on Yemen.
Nearly six months after taking the oath of office, allegations of possible coordination between the Trump presidential campaign and Russia continue to cast a cloud over Donald Trump's presidency.
The ceasefire that was brokered by the United States and Russia last week for South Syria has been largely viewed as a step in the right direction.
Saudi Arabia and its allies, namely the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt, have been locked in a bitter dispute with Qatar over the past weeks.
Daesh is finally eliminated in Mosul as expected from the moment when the Iraqis began their offensives to liberate the city.
Tensions were high in Indian-controlled Kashmir over the weekend as residents marked the first death anniversary of a prolific pro-independence leader.
The leaders of the world’s strongest economies have isolated US President Donald Trump at the G20 summit over his stance on climate change.
Differences between the US under President Donald Trump and what many now see as Washington’s former allies show no signs being resolved any time soon.
Narendra Modi has become the first-ever sitting Indian prime minister to visit Israel since New Delhi and Tel Aviv established full diplomatic ties.
The UK prime PM is under pressure over her refusal to release the findings of a Home Office inquiry into foreign funding of British terror groups.
Saudi Arabia’s king Salman recently promoted his 31-year-old son Mohammed from deputy crown prince to crown prince.
Over the past week, tens of thousands of people protested in a Pakistani town, demanding greater security after a couple of bombings rocked their area.
The UN Security Council met last week to discuss Iran’s nuclear deal.
A powerful committee in the US House of Representatives has voted unexpectedly to require Congress to debate and approve US military action in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and other far-flung countries.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday indicated she was on a collision course with US President Donald Trump over his controversial “America First” agenda.
A study conducted by the Tony Blair institute for global change has found that parts of Africa could face a massive unemployment crisis by 2040.
The United States earlier this week issued an unusual warning against Syria by alleging that Damascus was preparing for a new chemical attack.
Some relief for Britain’s embattled prime minister after two turbulent weeks. Theresa May now has what’s needed for a minority government.
While the UK is witnessing a surge in anti-Muslim hate crime reports, official data shows the wide extent of Islamophobic attacks long before the recent terrorist acts.
The Israeli regime’s decades-long animosity toward Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah has intensified since the start of Syria’s conflict in 2011.
It's turbulent times in Britain but good times for UK leader Jeremy Corbyn whose popularity is on the rise.
A major confrontation between Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region and Baghdad seems to be in the cards.
Saudi King Salman issued a series of royal decrees, replacing first in line to the throne Prince Mohammed bin Nayef with his son Mohammed Bin Salman.
Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corpse has fired several missiles at the headquarters of terrorists in Syria's city of Dayr al-Zawr.
The International Quds Day rallies are held annually on the last Friday of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
The new French president scores yet another victory after his party and its allies secured a clear parliamentary majority in the recent elections.
The Australia-based Institute for Economics and Peace releases its Global Peace Index for 2017, showing a drop in the US ranking.
It's been over 5 years: A revolution is underway in the tiny Persian Gulf island of Bahrain.
A state of panic hit western London just after Midnight on Wednesday. A huge fire had engulfed a block of flats when fire fighters arrived at the scene.
Deadly clashes between Philippine government forces and Daesh-linked militants in the country’s southern regions have raised concerns among other Southeast Asian countries.
The Persian Gulf crisis involving Qatar and its Arab adversaries has taken a new turn after turkey threw its full weight behind Doha.
Theresa May is caught in a political trap of her own making. Last week’s general elections in Britain quashed May’s dreams of boosting her parliamentary majority.
Former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi's son, Saif al-Islam, has been freed by a Libyan militia group in the country's east after six years in captivity.
Qatar's fellow Persian Gulf Arab states continue pressuring the country over its alleged support of some groups blacklisted by Saudi Arabia and its allies.
All signs point to the fact that it's of very high strategic importance. The al-Tanf Crossing on the Iraq-Syria border is the key to the Baghdad-Damascus highway.
Israel is defiantly building on occupied Palestinian lands and has announced plans for thousands of new settler units in recent months.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has suffered a hideous terrorist attack on its soil, which killed 17 and injured many more.
The US backed forces in Syria have launched an attack against the city of Raqqa, the so called de-facto capital of Daesh terrorists.
The British Prime Minister is facing growing calls to resign and not seek re-election in Thursday’s general elections.
Israel is expected to announce plans to build up to 2500 more illegal settlement houses in the occupied West Bank according to a local NGO, Peace Now.
Britain is still in shock following a terror attack that struck London this past Saturday. The attack drew international condemnations.
Tensions have recently flared up in Morocco’s northern Rif region following the arrest of the leader of a popular anti-corruption movement.
Beijing and Moscow have voiced apposition to the deployment by the US of the THAAD missile system to South Korea.
The UN is like a house of cards, and the United States of America, has now threatened to step down in its role as a key player of the multinational organization.
Concerns are on the rise that Daesh is developing a stronghold foothold in an unlikely place in South East Asia, the Philippines.
It’s all related to an old wound that was split open in 1948 upon the creation of Israel on Palestinian lands.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and the Qatari emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani have held talks over the phone.
Love him or hate him, the Polish born, US National Security Advisor under President Jimmy Carter has died at the age of 89.
More and more evidence emerging from President Trump’s possible collusion with Russia is creating even more hassles for the administration.
UK officials are trying hard these days to delve into what actually motivated the young man who carried out the recent terrorist attack at a concert in Manchester.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or NATO, was formed 24th August 1949, and was aimed at countering the Soviet threat to the West.
Reports emerged in the media that several civilians had been killed in an operation by US Navy Seals in Yemen.
The situation in the tiny Persian Gulf state of Bahrain is getting tense as protests grow over the house arrest of senior Shia cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim.
China’s anti-espionage agencies have killed or imprisoned up to 20 sources for CIA agents of the United States operating in China.
Six years into the deadly conflict in Syria, prospects for a comprehensive peace remain bleak as the West and some of its regional allies continue harboring and supporting terrorist groups in the country.
Iran’s incumbent President Hassan Rouhani has clinched presidency for a second straight term by securing more than 57 percent of the votes.
The US has imposed sanctions on Venezuela’s chief judge and seven other members of its supreme court to punish the country for annulling the opposition-led congress.
Donald Trump, President of the United States of America is to show the world his true colors by visiting Saudi Arabia to meet the imposed royal family, and host of leaders from the Persian Gulf Arab states.
Reports have emerged in media that show the situation is tense in Saudi Arabia’s Shia dominated province of Qatif.
The newly elected, inaugurated and Pro-European President of France, Emanuel Macron made his first official visit as President to Germany.
US President Donald Trump is facing a major test as he will soon have to decide about America’s future course in Middle East wars.
Reports coming out of Yemen show that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are divided over the impoverished country on which they have waged a deadly war.