Prominent activist Musa al-Qarni has died in a Saudi prison after spending 15 years behind bars, rights groups say, highlighting the Riyadh regime’s dire human rights record.
A Syrian official says the US will have no forces and military bases in the country in the “near future,” warning Washington-backed Kurdish militants to “take lessons” from the fate of those cooperating with US occupation troops in Afghanistan.
A group of Palestinian farmers harvesting their olive trees in the occupied West Bank have been attacked by around 30 Israeli settlers, according to Wafa, the official Palestinian news agency.
The proposed $550 million deal between the University of Cambridge and the United Arab Emirates is on hold due to the Persian Gulf state’s use of Pegasus spying software, the university’s vice-chancellor has said.
Lebanon's Hezbollah resistance movement says it will not be dragged into a civil war, despite martyring of seven Shia Muslims during recent violence, which is blamed on the Christian Lebanese Forces (LF) Party.
A top-level meeting at Lebanon’s Interior Ministry has concluded that the extremist Lebanese Forces (LF) political party, led by Samir Geagea, had started the Thursday shooting in Beirut that killed six people on Thursday.
The illegal Zionist entity has one again used civilian aircraft as a shield against Syrian air defense systems during its attacks on the West Asian country, says a Russian general.
The UK government has approved tear gas exports to numerous authoritarian West Asian regimes, including in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, Kuwait, Jordan and Oman, over the past decade, new research finds.
Dozens of people in Bahrain have taken to the streets to protest normalization of ties with the Tel Aviv regime and inauguration of the Israeli embassy in the capital Manama.
Turkey has increased its export of combat drones to Morocco and Ethiopia in a move set to anger Egypt and Sudan, Egyptian security sources say.