A young Palestinian man was killed over an alleged stabbing attempt in Bethlehem and another was shot dead in the Gaza Strip.
Jordan’s public prosecutor says murder charges have been filed against an Israeli embassy guard.
Kuwait shuts down a Shia satellite television channel, accusing one of its owners of having links to Iran and Hezbollah.
A monitoring group says the Syrian army forces make new gains against Daesh terrorists within Raqqah Province.
Russia’s president signs a law enabling the country’s air forces to remain in Syria for 49 years as part of a protocol to a 2015 agreement with Damascus.
The Israeli police chief of East Jerusalem al-Quds pledges a ‘forceful’ response to possible Palestinian protests during Friday prayers.
Yemeni forces have targeted a Saudi airbase in Ta'if with a Borkan 1 missile.
Qatar says the UN should intervene in the Persian Gulf diplomatic row, blasting the so-called blockaders’ “stubbornness.”
The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs says four vessels were turned back last week en route to Yemen's Hudaydah.
Netanyahu calls for the execution of a Palestinian who allegedly stabbed to death three Israelis in the occupied West Bank.
Damascus writes to the UN, calling for an immediate action to end the plight of thousands of people holed up in the militant-besieged Shia-majority towns of Kefraya and al-Foua.
At least 46 worshippers are injured as clashes erupt between Israeli forces and Palestinians at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
The move to strip parliament members Tugba Hezar and Faysal Sariyildiz of their parliamentary status was pronounced in the parliament on Thursday.
Human Rights Watch calls on Saudi Arabia to clarify whether restrictions are imposed on the recently deposed crown prince’s freedom of movement.
Hezbollah says its resistance fighters have found a mass grave containing the bodies of Fatah al-Sham militants near Syria.
Saudi Arabia's Supreme Court upholds the death sentences handed down to 14 Shia nationals amid the Riyadh regime’s heavy-handed crackdown on pro-democracy activists.
At least seven people are killed as Saudi forces intensify attacks on a besieged Shai town in the kingdom's troubled east.
At least 18 people are killed and more than 20 others wounded in a fresh US-led airstrike in Syria’s northeastern province of Dayr al-Zawr.
The so-called Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a US-backed group of mostly Kurdish forces, says it has wrested control over Raqqah, the de facto Daesh capital in Syria.
Muslim elders urge the return of Palestinian worshipers to prayers at al-Aqsa mosque after Israel removed all the restrictions there.
Israeli lawmakers approve tighter legal restrictions on any future vote on returning parts of occupied East Jerusalem al-Quds to Palestinians.
Russia has criticized the United States and its Western allies for rushing to blame the Syrian government for an April chemical gas incident.
Lebanese media say a ceasefire has been agreed near the border town of Arsal, where Hezbollah has been fighting Takfiri militants.
UNICEF, the WHO and the WFP warn that Yemen is grappling with a “vicious combination” of the worst humanitarian crises in the world.
Following days of demonstrations and clashes, Israel removes its freshly imposed restrictions on the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in East Jerusalem al-Quds.
A UK-based monitoring group says at least 29 people have been killed in US airstrikes in the Syrian city of Raqqah.
The International Committee of the Red Cross calls on Western and regional countries to use their influence towards ending the Saudi war on Yemen.
The Hezbollah chief said a recent operation by the resistance movement on the Syria-Lebanon border was an internal issue.
A prominent author has strongly denounced Saudi Arabia and Egypt for keeping mum on crimes committed by Israel against Palestinian Muslims.
UN investigators hold Saudi Arabia and its allies responsible for a March attack on a refugee boat off Yemen.
Saudi Crown Prince Salman thinks removing the national guard minister would help lower the chances of a coup, according to a new report.
At least one person is killed as Saudi forces launched a fresh wave of shelling attacks against a besieged town in Eastern Province.
The European Court of Justice overrules a 2014 verdict by a lower EU court, which said Hamas should not be on the union’s “terror” blacklist.
Thousands attend a funeral for a Jordanian teen killed by an Israeli embassy guard, chanting “Death to Israel.”
Qatar's top diplomat slams the “negative behavior” of the Saudi-led bloc of states as a blow to the mediation efforts aimed at ending the Persian Gulf crisis.
Dozens of Palestinians are injured as Israeli forces attack protesters gathered outside the main entrance to the al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
Amnesty International calls on the EU to pressure members to get Turkey “back into line” and halt its human rights crackdown.
A large group of Israeli settlers occupied a historical building in the West Bank city of al-Khalil (Hebron).
The ambassador said Israel was following a “reckless and destructive agenda” across the occupied Palestinian lands.
The Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) has voiced concerns over the deteriorating health condition of top Bahraini rights activist Ebtisam al-Saegh.
An analyst says the Saudi government uses executions to intimidate dissidents.
Saudi Arabia and its allies have put 18 entities and people on a terrorist blacklist over having purported links to Qatari authorities.
A UAE-linked media outlet plans to release a documentary which claims Qatar was behind the 9/11 attacks.
The Palestinian Hamas resistance movement has called for urgent intervention to stop Israel’s Judaization policies in al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
The Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement says it has completed 85 percent of its operation to dislodge Jabhat Fatah al-Sham militants from the Lebanese-Syrian border.
The Jerusalem Islamic Waqf says Muslims should continue to stay away from the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in protest pending a review of new Israeli measures at the site.
The Iraqi vice president says Baghdad seeks ‘susbtantial’ Russian and political presence in the Arab state, which is engaged in a battle against terrorism.
A guard at the Israeli embassy in Jordan who recently killed two Jordanians has returned to Israel, evading questioning that had been initially sought by Amman.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has ended a tour of Arab countries fighting one another in a diplomatic war, without contributing to a resolution of the dispute.
The UN warned that recent tensions caused by restrictions imposed on the al-Aqsa Mosque may have a catastrophic outcome.
Amnesty International calls on Saudi Arabia to halt the executions of 14 individuals who were sentenced to death following a “grossly unfair mass trial.”
The executive directors of the World Health Organization, the UNICEF and the World Food Programme arrive in Yemen.
Russian foreign minister says Moscow is ready to mediate in the Persian Gulf crisis if it is approached.
A Kuwaiti member of parliament proposes jail terms for supporters of Lebanon's Hezbollah.
Iraqi security forces find a mass grave in the al-Maidan neighborhood of the Old City of Mosul.
Russian army says it has established military posts to monitor a ceasefire in a safe zone east of Syrian capital Damascus.
The Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement says its fight against Takfiri militant groups along the border with Syria is 'nearing its end.'
Yemeni army hits a Saudi gunboat off the country’s western coast.
Tens of civilians are killed and wounded in fresh US-led airstrikes in Syria’s troubled eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr.
Lebanon's Hezbollah resistance movement announces the recapture of Wadi al-Khayl valley, which has served as a stronghold for terrorists.
The Israeli Foreign Ministry describes its embassy security guard's killing of two Jordanians as an act of "self-defense".
Footage circulated across social media on Monday showed Israelis ambling around comfortably at the sensitive place as Palestinian worshipers squatted outside the compound.
The suspects including writers, cartoonists and executives from opposition mouthpiece Cumhuriyet will go on trial at the imposing palace of justice in Istanbul.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in Kuwait after visiting Saudi Arabia as part of a regional tour to help resolve a dispute among several Arab countries in the region.
At least 20 Palestinians are injured in clashes with Israeli police outside the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem al-Quds.
At least 61 people are arrested in Ankara after taking part in demonstrations held in support of two teachers arrested as part of the country’s post-coup crackdown.
At least two people are killed in a shooting at the Israel embassy in Amman following anti-Israeli protests in the Jordanian capital.
The massive explosion was caused by detonating an explosive-laden car.
At least eight people have been killed in two separate bomb attacks across Iraq.
Syrian army soldiers and their allies make new advances against the Daesh Takfiri terrorists across the country.
President Erdogan seeks to defuse the diplomatic rift between Qatar and the so-called siege states.
The Arab League warns that Israel is 'playing with fire' with new security measures at al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
The ICRC says one in every 45 people in the war-torn country could contract cholera this year.
Iraqi officials say over 2 dozen foreigners, including four German women, have been arrested in the northern city of Mosul, which used to serve as Daesh's last stronghold.
The media bureau of Hezbollah Operations Command announces the liberation of the Arsal areas of Wadi al-Owaini and Shubat al-Qala’a by the resistance fighters.
More than 12,000 people have been killed, and much of the country has turned into death traps for civilians since the onset of the Saudi invasion.
Still exhibiting assertiveness, the United Arab Emirates conditions dialog on resolution of diplomatic crisis with Qatar on Doha’s “revising” its policies.
Tensions erupted in the occupied territories on July 14 following a deadly shooting outside the Haram al-Sharif, which Jews call Temple Mount.
Fighters of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement launch a retaliatory ballistic missile attack on a Saudi oil facility in the kingdom’s western Yababu province.
Egypt, France, and Sweden call for an emergency UN Security Council meeting over the recent escalation of tensions in East Jerusalem al-Quds.
The Iraqi prime minister says Hashd al-Sha’abi is an “integral” part of the country’s security system.
The Syrian army command says it has ceased its military operations in several areas of Eastern Ghouta near the capital Damascus.
A court in Turkey reissues arrest warrants for four rights activists previously released on probation.
A Bahraini rights group says the ruling Al Khalifah regime is heading towards further violations of human rights.
Israel boost military presence in the West Bank amid Palestinian protests against the new restrictions at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
The new allegation, made by an anonymous source close to the Saudi court, is apparently aimed at justifying an abrupt ouster of the former crown prince, Mohammed bin Nayef.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the US-led coalition operating in Syria and Iraq has been refusing to hit the al-Nusra Front terrorist group.
In two letters to the UN, Damascus Syria demands compensation from the US and its coalition allies for destroying the country’s infrastructure.
The Syrian army and Hezbollah resistance fighters have freed several areas from the grips of Jabhat Fateh al-Sham Takfiri terrorists in a joint offensive.
The Qatari emir slams the Saudi-led blockade against his country as a pre-planned smearing campaign.
The Palestinian president says he will suspend all contacts with Israel until it ends new restrictions at al-Aqsa Mosque.