Israeli military forces attack Palestinian protesters marking the Land Day in the occupied West Bank.
Israeli officials confirm that Netanyahu is due to convene the cabinet later in the day to approve the new enclave.
Iraqi government forces recapture several areas in and around the strategic northern city of Mosul from Daesh terrorists.
The co-leader of HDP, Turkey’s main pro-Kurdish party, is to start a hunger strike to protest prison conditions.
The remarks are a significant departure from the position of the former US government, which made any resolution of the Syria crisis conditional on President Assad stepping down.
The UN refugee agency says the number of Syrians who have fled the six years of militancy in their country passes the 5 million mark.
The UN chief visits Iraq to examine the humanitarian conditions amid growing civilian casualties of the war against Daesh terrorists.
Clashes break out between Bahraini forces and protesters, who were out on the streets to slam the death and jail sentences given to opposition activists.
Arab League leaders call for the formation of a sovereign Palestinian state based on the 1967 borders.
The United Arab Emirates sentences a dissident professor to 10 years in jail for his online activities.
At least 17 people are killed as an explosive-laden truck explodes at a security checkpoint in southern Baghdad.
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim announces the end of Turkey’s Euphrates Shield operation on Syrian soil.
Yemeni snipers kill some seven Saudi troops during retaliatory operations carried out on the kingdom’s soil.
Syrian army forces and their allies have liberated dozens of villages on the northeastern outskirts of Aleppo.
The Trump administration is weighing the pros and cons of an Arab-Israeli summit.
The 28th Ordinary Summit of the Arab League highlights divisions among Arab leaders.
The Turkish foreign minister has slammed a decision by a group of legislators in Iraq's Kurdistan to fly the Kurdish regional flag over government buildings.
A Palestinian woman is shot dead by Israeli forces for an alleged stabbing attempt.
A newly released report exposes ties between five French groups and Israeli settlements in the Palestinian occupied territories.
The Qatari government has not allowed migrant workers to leave the Persian Gulf country and come back their homeland.
Engineers trying to open spillways in Syria's Daesh-held Tabqa Dam have evacuated the site after a militant shelling attack.
At least 10 civilians are killed in a fresh Saudi aerial attack on Yemen’s northwestern Sa’ada province.
The Syrian government and militants agree to evacuate citizens from four small towns over a period of 60 days.
A Bahraini court gave a jail sentence to a leader of the banned opposition al-Wefaq National Islamic Society and death and jail sentences to other anti-regime activists.
Fresh clashes break out as Manama’s troops resort to violence to prevent mass funeral ceremonies for a young martyr.
AL heads of state are meeting in Jordan for talks on a range of issues, especially regional conflicts, with no substantial results expected.
The Yemeni military unveils a medium range ballistic missile dubbed the Qaher M2.
A high-ranking US commander says there was a “fair chance” that a coalition airstrike in western Mosul killed a large number of Iraqi civilians.
The UN chief says division among Arab states were creating instability and breeding conflict across the region.
Saudi regime forces reportedly shoot to death two cousins of executed cleric Sheikh Nimr in Saudi Arabia’s Shia-majority Eastern Province.
The United Nations says devastating conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa have left millions of people food insecure.
"We regard Mr. Mansoor's arrest and detention as a direct attack on the legitimate work of human rights defenders in the UAE," UN experts said in a statement.
A German state minister accuses Turkey of spying on the purported supporters of exiled opposition cleric Fethullah Gulen.
A top Russian general criticizes the US-led coalition for targeting Tabqa Dam in Syria's militant-held northern city of Raqqah.
The UN says hose displaced had fled to Hama’s south and west and elsewhere since the beginning of a militant offensive a few days ago.
Ali Naim Marhoun was summoned to a criminal court over participation in a pro-democracy gathering.
The Russian FM says all parties fighting terrorism in Syria should set ‘a clear aim’ and ‘coordinate their actions’ in the fight against the scourge.
The Gaza-based resistance movement says it ‘won’t sit quietly’ in the face of the Israeli assassination of its senior commander.
As Saudi war enters its third year, millions of malnourished Yemeni children are teetering between life and death, UNICEF warns.
Russia calls for a UNSC briefing over a recent US airstrike on west Mosul that claimed the lives of over 200 people as Pentagon is analyzing over 700 video feeds to blame someone else for it.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanks the new US government for its support of the Tel Aviv regime.
Nearly 5,000 Turkish academics have been sacked by the government since last summer’s failed coup, Turkey's main opposition party says.
Seven Bahraini activists receive jail terms as Manama presses ahead with its crackdown.
Saudi warplanes bomb Yemen’s northwestern province of Sa’ada with banned cluster munitions.
The Human Rights Watch says Saudi Arabia’s apparent attack on a Somali refugee boat could amount to war crime.
Two young Palestinian men are shot and injured during clashes with Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank.
A new round of evacuations from Homs’ al-Waer neighborhood started on Monday, involving 466 people.
One of the targets of the new push is Faruq Street, which runs near the Great Mosque of al-Nuri where Daesh chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi made his only known public appearance.
Mazen Fuqahaa was shot dead by assailants using gun silencers on Friday night with four bullets to the head at close range.
The announcement by Yaakov Katz contradicts reports that the Israeli regime has agreed with the Trump administration to restrict settlement construction in the West Bank.
A senior Iraqi military official says a US-led coalition airstrike on a truck carrying explosives resulted in the civilian deaths during last week’s Mosul incident.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says German authorities are fascists because they tolerate swastikas being drawn on mosques in the country.
The Takfiri Daesh terrorists group has warned against the failure of a major dam in northern Syria and the imminent massive flooding.
The spokesman for the Iraqi Joint Operations Command said the defense ministry has opened the investigation.
The US said Saturday that it had carried out a strike on a location in west Mosul on March 17 at which civilians were reportedly killed but Iraqi officials referred to more than one day of strikes.
Two years into the bloody military aggression, Yemenis flood the streets of Sana’a to condemn Riyadh’s crimes and carnage.
Moscow says Paris' optimism on the imminent recapture of the Daesh-held Syrian city is divorced from reality.
As guarantors of the Syria-wide truce, Tehran, Moscow and Ankara should urgently help salvage the ceasefire in the face of renewed fighting, the UN says.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says a referendum may be held over the continuing of EU accession talks.
The leader of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement says Riyadh has not reached any of its goals despite its relentless attacks against Yemen.
Syrian forces kill large numbers of terrorists in a series of operations throughout the country.
Some 250 people, including PKK supporters, staged a rally in Bern, calling for a 'No' vote in Turkey's April referendum.
Yemen’s Specialized Criminal Court sentences Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi and six of his close aides to death in absentia.
A senior Hamas official says the likelihood of a new new military confrontation between the Palestinian resistance movement and Israel is high.
The Saudi embassy in the UK has confirmed that London attack suspect Khalid Masood visited Saudi Arabia three times.
Earlier reports said Iraqi government forces and their allies had paused in their push to recapture the region.
The United Nations is profoundly concerned about reports of hundreds of casualties in the US-led airstrikes in Mosul.
Yemen’s Red Crescent Society calls on international organizations to provide more humanitarian assistance to those displaced in the wake of the Saudi war.
Australia has secured contracts to supply military equipment to Saudi Arabia, despite Riyadh's ongoing war crimes in Yemen.
Hundreds of Jordanians take to the streets of Amman to demand the government scrap its gas agreements with the Israeli regime.
The UN special envoy for Syria calls on Russia, Iran and Turkey to restart the Astana talks to help bring the situation on the ground in Syria under control.
A rights group releases a video, which shows Israeli soldiers surrounding and questioning a terrified Palestinian child outside his home.
The Palestinian resistance movement Hamas says the Israeli regime has assassinated one of its senior members in the besieged Gaza Strip.
The UN Human Rights Council has adopted a resolution condemning the Israeli regime for violating the rights of the Palestinian people and settlement construction in the occupied Palestine.
US authorities have charged a Lebanese businessman with evading sanctions imposed against him over his alleged support to Hezbollah.
The man who carried out a deadly car ramming and stabbing attack in London was a former English teacher working at the institution controlling Saudi Arabia’s civil aviation.
The civilians were killed mostly by airstrikes and shelling by the Saudi regime and its allies.
Syria's UN envoy says any military operation against the Daesh-held city of Raqqah is illegal without cooperation with the Syrian government.
There were five children among those killed after the inflatable dinghy sank on Friday.
Iraqi police forces take control of a Daesh command center in western Mosul.
A Bahraini protester injured during regime force’s attack on a sit-in in the northwestern village of Diraz earlier this year has died of his gunshot wounds.
The Saudi-led coalition warns of attacking Yemen's western port city of Hudaydah if the UN does not intervene.
Two UK universities cancel planned speeches by the co-author of a UN report which concludes is an apartheid regime.
Over 230 civilians die under collapsed buildings following an explosion reportedly caused by US-led strike.
According to the Syrian Central Military Media, government troops launched the siege on the Daesh-held town of Deir Hafer after capturing nearby areas from the terrorists.
Israeli military forces have killed a Palestinian teenager and critically injured three others in the occupied West Bank.
The Syrian government holds Saudi Arabia, Turkey and Qatar responsible for the escalated fighting in the Jobar district of Damascus.
Terrified Iraqi families fleeing fierce fighting in Mosul are giving their children sedatives to avoid discovery by Daesh terrorists.
Bahrain’s High Criminal Court has sentenced three people to death and 14 others to lengthy prison terms on alleged terror charges.
A video footage shows an Israeli police officer physically assaulting and injuring several Palestinians in the occupied East Jerusalem al-Quds.
Heavy clashes continue between the Syrian army and the Takfiri militants in the capital Damascus and north of Hama ahead of the Geneva peace talks.