A group of unknown gunmen has reportedly attacked a US military base inside an oil field in Syria’s eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr, prompting American forces at the site to respond.
Israeli forces have arrested four staff members of a Palestinian TV channel in al-Quds in a move condemned by the Palestinian Presidency.
Grand Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Sistani has said that violence and chaos will only hinder true reforms as demanded by ongoing anti-corruption and economic protesters in Iraq, calling on demonstrators to counter violent rioters.
Sudan's new Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has vowed to withdraw troops from the Saudi-led war in Yemen, saying his country's role should be limited to assisting in a political resolution of the conflict.
Jordan plans to restore full diplomatic relations with neighboring Syria in a further sign of Arab states embracing President Bashar al-Assad after a UAE diplomat praised him for "wise leadership" this week.
Iraqi security forces say two Katyusha rockets have landed in an air base just north of the capital Baghdad, where American trainers are stationed.
Families of those martyred by Israeli forces aboard an aid flotilla heading for the besieged Gaza Strip in 2010 will appeal the International Criminal Court (ICC)’s decision not to press charges against Tel Aviv.
The Israeli prosecutor's office has announced that it intends to file an indictment against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's personal lawyer for money laundering charges.
In commemoration of the International Volunteers Day, the Yemeni corporation for eradicating cancer held a ceremony to advocate voluntarily social activities to ease the suffering of cancer patients.
At least two Syrian civilians have been killed and six others sustained injuries as a result of two bomb attacks in the Northeastern Province of Hasakah.