Most industry experts expect the first product of 5G technology in the run-up to the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.
Abdullah Ocalan still exerts influence from his prison cell.
Describing the call on PKK to lay down arms as a key expectation of the Turkish government, Erdogan nevertheless cautions against the terrorist group's failure to deliver
Tests come nearly a year after Malaysia Airlines MH370 disappeared
Egyptian court labels Hamas as terrorist organisation
Egypt has been cracking down on militancy in Sinai
Abu Sabga said that the Erez crossing is not considered safe by many Palestinians, who fear that they would be arrested by Israeli authorities for "resisting the occupation"
Two Palestinians were shot and injured after
Turkish president to meet with Saudi King on March 2nd after visiting the holiest sites in Islam in Mecca and Medina
U.S Led Coalition launches nine air strikes on ISIL targets
Iran's foreign minister has accused Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu of trying to undermine Iran's negotiations towards a nuclear deal with world powers in order to distract from the Palestinian question.
Egypt's Sisi met new Saudia Arabia's King Salman to talk on regional issues
Tension has been running high in Yemen since the Shiite Houthi group seized control of Sanaa in September and sought to extend its influence to other provinces.
Yemen's Hadi declares Sanaa occupied by the Shiite Houthi, saying that the government takeover is nothing less than a coup.
White House says president would block legislation forcing him to submit text of any nuclear agreement to Congress
Avijit Roy, whose blog championed liberal secular writing in the Muslim-majority nation, was attacked along with his wife.
Egypt has been without a parliament since June 2012
Minister Sedki Sobhi will discuss military and security cooperation with the country
According to the sources, the two missions would follow the footsteps of several Gulf states which decided to relocate their envoys to Aden
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni changed some ministries before elections next year.
One of his bodyguards has died of Ebola
Qari Din Mohammad, who is one of the representatives of Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Omar, says peace talks are expected to begin next week in Kabul.
Ship was seized in January by armed pirates
A blind elderly man gets help while being led to a voting booth to mark his ballot during a parliamentary election at a polling station in the Tajik capital Dushanbe March 1, 2015.
Italy will begin annual naval exercises this week near the coast of Libya
Aliyev had been due to testify at the trial of other inmates he said had threatened to kill him.
Roivas' Reform Party has best chance to keep power worries about Russia, minimum wages dominate campaign
The war correspondent was seriously wounded in shelling around Donetsk before and died in the hospital
Netanyahu's controversial visit will test the relationship of both countries.
About 400 people attend PEGIDA march, while 2,000 gather in anti-PEGIDA rally
Boris Nemtsov was shot several times from a passing car near the Kremlin late Friday