A radio station in Palestine has been shut down with all equipment confiscated and employees arrested by Israeli authorities
As one of the first countries to speak to Turkish President Erdogan after the coup, Doha’s support of Ankara and the strengthening of the existing alliance benefits both countries
A number of people have bricked up the entrance to a mosque in northeastern Germany and stuck racist flyers to their masonry work.
Germany's EU Commissioner has spoken to the Bild newspaper on Tuesday that Turkey would probably not join the EU while President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan remains in power
UN says hundreds of refugees, migrants reached Greek islands in past 24 hours
A report has blamed the Assad regime and ISIL for three chemical attacks that has injured hundreds
'They have lived up to their commitment to us,' Central Command commander Army Gen. tells reporters confirming that the PYD is now east of the Euphrates river
ISIL-linked website says Adnani, the group's main spokesman, was killed while monitoring operations in Aleppo province.
Head of ‘Welayat Sinai’ group is killed in drone strike carried out by Egyptian army, security source tells Anadolu Agency
The Saudi King will provide a royal grant to 1,000 Palestinians to perform the pilgrimage to Makkah
The Guardian says UN aid is going to groups closely linked to Bashar al-Assad's supporters
The impeachment trial of Brazil’s first female president Dilma Rousseff is nearing its final stage with a vote in the senate
Citizens will not be allowed to enter marked zones for specific time slots in certain areas in Hakkari and Bingol provinces
A historic peace conference may possibly end decades of violence
Turkish president will meet his Russian counterpart a day before his meeting with US President