The Turkish president says Ankara will continue its military operations in Iraq and Syria.
A government spokesman slammed Ankara for violating Iraq’s sovereignty.
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) puts Turkey on a monitoring watchlist over its post-coup crackdown and human rights violations.
The air raid by Turkish warplanes in Sinjar Mountains area left five peshmerga soldiers and one police officer dead.
Bahraini courts strip 36 anti-regime activists of nationality as part of the Al Khalifah regime's crackdown on political dissidents.
The Israeli premier cancels talks with the visiting German foreign minister over the diplomats planned meetings with rights groups.
Turkey’s top administrative court rejects the appeal by the main opposition party against the referendum results.
Israeli military forces ruin the Bedouin village of Araqeeb for the 112th time.
Protesters say the city of Hudaydah should be declared a humanitarian zone and spared in the Saudi war on the impoverished country.
A senior commander says Iraqi troops have cleansed al-Tanak of Daesh terrorists and are now in full control of the neighborhood.
Kurdish sources in Iraq say the Peshmerga forces were killed “by mistake” as the Turkish military resumes its anti-PKK bombing campaign.
The Israeli PM gives an “ultimatum” to the visiting German foreign minister over his plans to meet with pro-Palestine NGOs.
International aid agencies have called for life-saving assistance to help millions of Yemeni civilians facing starvation and disease.
An EU official warns that the continental bloc could rethink its relations with Turkey.
Palestinian hunger striker Marwan Barghouti's health conditions have been reported to be critically deteriorating.
The news of the S-400 negotiations between Ankara and Moscow surfaced in November 2016.
Russia says Syria will stop operations in Khan Shaykhun if experts are sent there to investigate a suspected chemical attack.
The United States has stepped up its drone campaign across Yemen in recent weeks.
Yemeni sources say the UAE is trying to establish control over the strategic Yemeni island of Socotra.
Erdogan's lawyer lodges a complaint against a former French diplomat for inciting assassination of the Turkish leader.
Syrian military sources say Russia has expressed willingness to deploy ground forces to the Arab country.
Head of the Palestinian Committee of Prisoners’ Affairs Issa Qaraqe denies Israeli media reports that some 88 prisoners have ended their strike.
Israeli forces shot and injured the Palestinian woman on Monday after accusing her of attempting a stabbing attack.
The Turkish president has made incendiary remarks about the Iraqi volunteer force, describing the group as a terrorist organization supported by Iran.
The decision followed calls for demonstrations in four Saudi cities over the weekend.
The explosive revelation by the former minister of military affairs came during an interview reported Saturday on Israeli Channel 10’s website.
Muslims have converged on the Iraqi capital to mark the martyrdom anniversary of the 7th Shia Imam.
A rights watchdog slams the UN for appointing Saudi Arabia to a gender equality commission.
Bahrain’s Supreme Court of Appeal has stripped seven more anti-regime activists of their citizenship.
Yemen's Houthi leader says the US and Israel are two sides of the same coin and both of them seek to destroy Yemen.
Israeli military forces shoot and blind a middle-aged Palestinian woman in the occupied East Jerusalem al-Quds.
President Sisi landed in Saudi Arabia for a visit aimed at bolstering strategic relations.
The incident occurred on Sunday morning, when a lorry laden with mines and missiles was unloading its shipment.
Three Iraqi policemen are killed in a Daesh bomb attack south of Mosul.
Three Syrian forces are killed as Israel launches a fresh strike on a military site near the southwestern city of Quneitra.
Turkish protesters in Istanbul vow to stay on the streets until the recent constitutional referendum’s result is annulled.
Israel's former minister of military affairs says PM Netanyahu “should have resigned a while ago” as a result of the ongoing criminal investigations against him.
The Syrian president says Washington’s recent missile attack came after terrorists’ defeat in the west-central Hama Province.
See footage of Israeli settlers attacking a group of Palestinian shepherds and activists in the Jordan valley.
Saudi Arabia sacks Information Minister Adel Al-Toraifi and has also replaced its ambassador to the US.
Syrian forces kill a large number of Jabhat Fateh al-Sham terrorists during operations in the country’s west-central province of Hama.
A senior Russian official says Moscow is ready to provide Syria with the air defense missile systems it needs.
Iraqi government forces take control of another neighborhood in the western part of Mosul.
The army arrested the terrorists in the northeastern town of Arsal, killing a local leader of Daesh.
An Israeli settler is shot and injured a six-year-old Palestinian boy in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.
Israeli forces clash with the Palestinians holding a rally in solidarity with hunger-striking prisoners in Israeli jails.
The Russian foreign minister says Moscow, Tehran, and Ankara continue to cooperate to strengthen a ceasefire in Syria.
The Turkish defense minister says Ankara is at the final stage of talks with Moscow to purchase Russia's S-400 defense system.
Israeli warplanes have once again targeted Syria’s Golan Heights, following alleged mortar fire from Syria.
Turkey's main opposition party files an appeal at the country's highest administrative court against the result of the recent referendum.
Pakistani former top general departs for Riyadh to assume new post as Saudi-led alliance chief.
Syrian army soldiers have found and destroyed a long tunnel used by militants near the capital Damascus.
Twenty-six members of a hunting party, including Qatari royals, who were captured in Iraq more than a year ago, are freed.
President Assad says the Damascus government is absolutely certain that Takfiri militants in Syria get chemical weapons directly from Turkey.
Aras Ismail was picked up by the UK border agency in Gloucester in March and removed on April 11 on a Jordanian flight after spending 10 years in Britain seeking asylum.
The Hezbollah resistance movement says its high level of defense readiness has deterred Israel from waging a new war on Lebanon.
The Syrian president says the West hinders any impartial probe into the reported Idlib chemical attack as such an investigation would reveal their lies.
The UN must add Saudi Arabia to its list of those violating children's rights in Yemen, two aid groups say.
Hezbollah's media bureau says the town of Taybat al-Imam has fallen to Syrian forces after days of heavy fighting with foreign-backed militants.
The UN says Saudi Arabia needs to stop bombing Yemen's strategic port of Hudaydah.
Iraq says the Turkish envoy will be summoned in protest at recent remarks by the Turkish president branding Iraqi volunteer forces as terrorists.
Israeli military forces break up a rally in support of Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli jails.
Turkey’s justice minister says the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has no jurisdiction to rule on appeals against the result of a recent referendum in the country.
A Bahraini rights group says the Manama regime has sentenced 52 political prisoners to a total of more than 313 years in jail over the last week alone.
Footage shows massive destruction of Zabadani, which was recently evacuated by militants as part of a deal with the Syrian government.
The US army has confirmed that Daesh terrorists launched a chemical attack against Iraqi forces in Mosul over the weekend.
Turkey’s main opposition party says it will use all the democratic means to ensure a rerun of the country’s controversial referendum.
Emirates airline announces cuts in flights to five US cities due to a weakened demand from the Middle East following travel bans.
The Palestinian Authority says that the death of any hunger-striking prisoner may lead to a “new Intifada.”
Watch Russian cargo ships deliver 10,000 tons of humanitarian aid to Syria’s eastern port of Tartus.
The head of the left-wing ODP movement said in a message on Twitter that he was being detained for demonstrating against the 'Yes' victory.
Israeli military forces have shot and killed a young Palestinian man in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.
Iraqi government forces have killed the second-in-command of the Daesh terrorist group during a missile strike in western Mosul.
New Israeli settler units will be constructed in the East Jerusalem al-Quds neighborhoods of Pisgat Ze'ev and Ramat Shlomo.
Italy calls for the release of an Italian journalist, who has been held in custody in Turkey for more than a week.
The Russian premier accuses the US administration of fighting the Damascus government instead of terrorism.
The Russian foreign minister says the heads of two missions set up to investigate accusations of a chemical attack in Syria are both British, a “strange coincidence.”
Bus convoys resume moving out residents of four towns in the provinces of Idlib and Rif Dimashq as part of a deal between Damascus and militants.
The United Nations says all prisoners must be ‘treated in a humane way’ after Palestinian inmates began a hunger strike against Israeli jail conditions.
Iraq says that more camps are needed to accommodate the flow of people fleeing Daesh in west Mosul.
A deadly attack on a bus convoy carrying people from two Shia-majority villages in the Idlib province amounts to a war crime, says the UN.
Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulates his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan over his victory in a referendum that boosts the Turkish presidency.
A top Israeli official says the Israeli regime will not negotiate with hunger striking Palestinian prisoners.
Turkey's minister for European Union affairs ruled out accusations against the national electoral board over unstamped ballots.
Over a dozen Saudi troops have been killed when Yemen’s allied forces shot down a Saudi Black Hawk.
A senior Iraqi military official says Daesh militants are only in control of six districts in western Mosul.
Ole Solvang, the HRW's deputy emergencies director, held Washington accountable for the civilian deaths in the village of Jineh.
At least 14 people are killed in a copter crash involving senior officials southeast of Turkey.
The air raid targeted a residential compound in the town of Albu Kamal in the southeastern countryside of Dayr al-Zawr.
US President Donald Trump has called his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, to congratulate him on victory in a referendum.
Turkey extends a state of emergency in the country for another three months just one day after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan wins a referendum extending his executive powers.