Knowingly or not, the [Jordanian] government contributed to a wave of incitement and public outrage against Mr. Hattar.
East Aleppo is ‘well into terrible descent into pitiless and merciless abyss’, United Nations official said, as Russia refused to stop bombing but considered ‘pause’
Saudi Arabia and its allies are warning that U.S. legislation allowing the kingdom to be sued for the 9/11 attacks will have negative repercussions.
For the girls, it is Barbie dolls. The boys love footballs, cars and teddy bears
Inmates Isolated, Beaten, Denied Food and Medicine
Shimon Peres was an optimist. Not somebody who believed that everything would be okay at the end of the day, but someone who trusted that if you do the right things, you can change a situation for the better
A broken ceasefire in Syria benefits the jihadis
They cannot play, sleep or attend school. Increasingly, they cannot eat. Injury or illness could be fatal.
On matters of foreign policy, the gulf in experience between Trump and his adversary Hillary Clinton, a former secretary of state, is particularly pronounced
A spirit of hedonism is sweeping through Maiduguri as party-loving young people try to forget war and rebuild their lives
Iran's Supreme Leader has warned former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad against running in next year's presidential election, state media report.
Four more months, and it’s somebody else’s problem from hell.
Nahed Hattar killed outside court in Amman where he was being tried for sharing an Isis-themed cartoon on Facebook.
In Greece, the average migrant child has been out of school for a year and a half.
The Brotherhood has rebranded itself after years of pressure from the Jordanian government that pushed it to the brink of dissolution.
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Parliament’s assessment of the coalition’s actions is inaccurate in several respects. Military action prevented a repeat of Syria and kept Isis at bay.
A surge of Turkish anger about reactions of its NATO allies in Europe and the United States to the failed insurrection has challenged alliance trust and ties.
he military campaign is still far from finished, but it is becoming increasingly likely that the present coalition of Iraqi Security Forces (ISF), Peshmerga, Hashd ash-Shaabi (or Popular Mobilization Units), an assortment of local militias, and a generous dose of Western assistance and support will recapture the city
CIA director John Brennan was not being overly dramatic when he expressed doubts last week about whether Syria and Iraq "can be put back together again" after "so much bloodletting" and "destruction".