Heavy shelling of so-called Islamic State positions has marked the start of a Turkish offensive to drive the militants away from the Syrian border.
Gulf considers Egypt too important to allow to fail: Analyst Nation grappling with soaring debt, inflation, currency crunch
After race riots a decade ago, Sydney embraced the burkini to make Muslims feel welcome on the city’s beaches.
The current president is right that America can’t win the war against Bashar al-Assad. Here’s how his successor can avoid defeat.
Prime Minister Youssef Chahed's new government promises to be the most inclusive since Tunisia's 2011 revolution, encompassing all six major parties, independents and allies of often hostile trade unions.
President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi gave an interview to state-owned newspapers about different regional issues, including relations with the US, Turkey, and developments related to the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.
The quest for purity on the burkini issue is probably misguided.
Could it be that the Sultan is thinking of renewing his old friendship with the Lion of Damascus? Be sure that he is
The Italian ambassador to Baghdad official meets with the secretary-general of the League of the Righteous movement, Qais al-Khazali, which reads as clear support for Shiite militias in Iraq.
In a TV speech, Morocco’s king appeals to the millions of Moroccans living in the West to counter the false arguments of Islamic State that might appeal to disaffected young Muslims and lead them to violent acts.
He is 5 years old and has a name: Omran Daqneesh. People are reacting to his image as they did a year ago to the boy washed up on a beach. Emotions are running high. And then?
Anti-terrorism laws, human rights questions suggest bumpy road.
An archbishop laments his flock’s flight.
Expelling IS from Iraq will lead Iraqi Shiite militants to volunteer to fight in Syria.
Twenty-five years after the cessation of hostilities in Western Sahara, liberation movement Polisario Front has accused Morocco of violating the United Nations brokered truce.
Ten years after the 2006 Israel-Lebanon war, coffee vendors reflect on how decades of turmoil have affected their lives.
An estimated 17,723 people were killed in custody across Syria between 2011 and 2015, with the real number likely to be even higher.
The United States and its allies can’t figure out what to do about Khalifa Hifter, the Libyan general whose refusal to support a fragile unity government has jeopardized hopes for stability.
The product of some 18 months of reporting, it tells the story of the catastrophe that has fractured the Arab world since the invasion of Iraq 13 years ago
The intense focus on Muslims is one part of a broader identity crisis — spanning race, religion and sexuality — that this polarizing election has brought on.