Agnad Masr, meaning "Soldiers of Egypt", denounces America's decision to list the organisation as a terrorist group
Hamas welcomed the support of Iran saying Arabs are just spectators to the Judaization of Jerusalem by Israel.
Armed rebels throw a bomb at an army patrol, continuing previous day attacks on Seiyun. Army Lieutenant killed but attack yet to be claimed by any group
Vaccination rates in Syria have plunged to 52% and contaminated water spreading typhoid and malaria in Syria
Egypt police detained 102 members of the Muslim Brotherhood group in raids in five cities...
Turkish citizens travelling to or living in Lebanon should be careful and vigilant, the Turkish Foreign Ministry has said
Lt. Gen. James Terry says “significant progress” has already been made in halting the ISIL's advances
United Nations Disengagement Observer Force has been monitoring a buffer zone in the Golan Heights since a 1974 Syrian-Israeli cease-fire
The loss of leadership has diminished ISIL's ability to conduct operations against local fighters, according to the Pentagon
Kindergarten has turned into orphanage after becoming home to tens of children who lost one or both parents in Syria's civil war
Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said reports that Saudi Arabia had called certain Hamas officials to voice its displeasure with the visit were unfounded
The Egyptian army said Thursday that it had killed nine "terrorists" and arrested 12 others within the past two days in the northeastern Sinai Peninsula.
Some Jewish organizations had called on settlers to storm the Al-Aqsa compound, especially on Sunday and Monday, according to the Palestinian NGO.
Egypt on Thursday cleared a final hurdle to long-awaited parliamentary elections seen as decisive in cementing the rule of Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, who ousted President Mohamed Mursi, and excluding the banned Muslim Brotherhood from politics.
In recent months, the Israeli authorities have banned several Palestinian women from entering the site for periods ranging from two weeks to several months for standing up against repeated intrusions
Bani Arshid, who has been in custody since last month, said he had initially refused to attend the session to protest the "unconstitutionality" of the military trial, saying he had been brought to the courtroom involuntarily.
Kuwait said it accepted an Iraqi request related to reparations imposed by the U.N. Security Council over its 1990 invasion of Kuwait
The new government was sworn in on November 9 in hopes of ending the fractious country's ongoing political crisis.
Jordan submits a Security Council draft resolution sets a November 2016 deadline for Israel to withdraw from territories it has occupied since 1967. An alternative French proposal calling for a resumption of peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians within two years is also being discussed.
Syria's conflict began as a peaceful protest movement calling for reforms in 2011 but descended into civil war after a government crackdown. In total, more than 200,000 people have been killed
10 point declaration was adopted by 126 of the 196 parties to the Convention