World Bulletin / News Desk
More than 1,000 Palestinians in Israeli jails launched a hunger strike on Monday following a call from Palestinian leader and prominent prisoner Marwan Barghouti, a Palestinian Authority official said.
Issa Qaraqe, head of prisoners affairs for the Palestinian Authority, said that "around 1,300 Palestinian prisoners" were participating in the hunger strike and the number could rise. The Palestinian Prisoners Club put the number at 1,500.
Israel accused Iran of using Syrian conflict to establish military positions there
"Police forces have dismantled a band of six persons and seized 100,000 fake visas for Arbaeen" which this year falls on November 9, Tehran's police chief Hossein Rahimi said.
Israel advances plans for first new settler homes in Hebron in 15 years
Kuwait continues to play mediating role between Qatar and Saudi-led bloc of Arab states
"The Qatari regime has honoured me by freezing all my bank accounts," Sheikh Abdullah bin Ali Al-Thani tweeted.
Trump's virulent speech contravened three articles of the 2015 deal, Zarif said in televised remarks broadcast late on Saturday.
Over 20 worshippers killed when Christian anti-Balaka militia broke into mosque in southeastern CAR during Friday prayers
Netanyahu late Saturday lashed out at the police on his Facebook page over leaks to the Israeli media related to the graft investigation.
Warning comes ahead of planned rally by so-called 'Southern Transition Council' demanding separation of southern Yemen
King’s Salman's visit, if anything, has become an acknowledgement of Russia's return to the Middle East
IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano says 'So far, the IAEA has had access to all locations it needed to visit'
"The assailants fled and many were killed and wounded," he said, without giving further details.
Egypt-backed reconciliation deal will make Israel-Palestine peace ‘harder to achieve’, Benjamin Netanyahu asserts