On Aug. 14, 2013, security forces dispersed sit-ins in Cairo and Giza, killing hundreds – at least – of unarmed protesters
Large projects in Turkey to provide additional contributions to economy and security of Turkey and region
Missile is reportedly fourth of its kind to be intercepted within last three days
There has been widespread speculation over whether Iran would be forced back to the negotiating table following Washington's withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal and reimposition of sanctions.
It remains unclear what caused the explosion
Sunday’s verdicts are still subject to appeal
The law recognizes Israel as the “nation-state of the Jewish people”
10-bus convoy is reportedly carrying 452 people, including civilians and opposition fighters
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman says will of nations cannot be changed by bullying, threats
Three security personnel were killed in the raid
Protesters gather in Tel Aviv, demanding controversial law be repealed
Christian Copts are celebrating the birth of Virgin May, amid tight security measures
YPG/PKK strengthening military ties with regime in lieu of Turkey-US Manbij deal to rid area of the terrorist organization
Policeman was killed and six others were injured in Friday's blast
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Saturday there would be no meeting with the United States in the near future following Washington's reimposition of sanctions.
Sports commentators for the state broadcaster tell viewers low volume due to 'network disruption'
Idlib was designated a ‘de-escalation zone’ – in which acts of aggression are expressly proscribed – in May
Benjamin Netanyahu will meet with security officials to discuss mounting tensions along Gaza-Israel buffer zone
At least 12 others injured in the strikes, which were reportedly in response to a rocket barrage from Gaza
Hassan Rouhani congratulates Khan over his party’s victory in July 25 elections
Lebanese PM describes relations with Saudi leadership as ‘excellent’, ‘brotherly’