Israeli jets carry out several airstrikes in the Gaza Strip just hours after its tanks targeted Palestinian Hamas resistance movement positions in the coastal sliver.
Yemeni army snipers kill six Saudi troops during retaliatory operations in kingdom’s southwestern border region of Jizan.
Gaza’s Hamas orders the closure of a Qatari cell provider over its lack of cooperation in a terror investigation.
At least one Palestinian has been injured after Israeli battle tanks shelled the eastern part of the besieged Gaza Strip.
Two separate Turkish attacks kill 22 civilians in Syria’s northwestern town of Afrin as Ankara presses ahead with its operation against Kurdish militants there.
A senior Russian military official says the US is training Takfiri militants in Syria for false flag chemical attacks as a pretext for airstrikes against the war-ravaged Arab country.
The UN health agency warns against the rapid spread of a diphtheria outbreak in war-torn Yemen, which has been under Saudi-led attacks for three years.
A top Hezbollah official has accused Saudi Arabia of interference in Lebanon’s internal affairs and pitting people against each other.
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi welcomed a decision by FIFA to lift a ban on hosting competitive international soccer matches at stadiums in three Iraqi cities.
Russia’s foreign minister says US, British and French special forces are ‘directly involved’ in the war on Syria.
US President Donald Trump reportedly asked Saudi King Salman for $4 billion to spend on advancing Washington’s objectives in Syria, which Riyadh also shares.
The Syrian army intercepts a truckload of weapons, including US and British ones, heading to the militants holed up in Eastern Ghouta.
An Israeli minister says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will have to resign if indicted over corruption charges.
Belgium says it is retaking control of a Saudi-run Mosque in Brussels over fears of promoting radicalism.
At least 14 Saudi mercenaries have been killed in a roadside bomb explosion in Yemen’s southwestern province of Ta’izz.
Syrian forces regain the control of 70 percent of militant-held areas in Eastern Ghouta.
Turkish shelling and airstrikes have killed 36 people in Afrin as the United Nations receives "deeply alarming" reports from the Kurdish enclave.
Amnesty International has confirmed the torture of two Bahraini death row inmates, and demanded their full re-trial.
A Greek appeals court rejects a Turkish demand for the handover of eight Turkish soldiers accused of having a direct role in an abortive coup in Turkey in 2016.
Kurds in Iraq mark 30 years since a deadly chemical attack on the town of Halabja by Saddam Hossein.
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has defended US military support to the Saudi Arabian-led war against Yemen.
The Turkish military has reportedly opened deadly artillery fire on Kurdish-held Afrin as its forces try to force their way into the northern Syrian town.
Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says any threat from the United States to strike the Syrian capital, Damascus, is “unacceptable.”
Parties in the Knesset agree on the terms of an apartheid bill which would define Israel as exclusively for Jews and makes it easier for the regime to push with its plans to change the demographics of occupied Jerusalem al-Quds.
Iran, Russia and Turkey, guarantors of the Syria ceasefire, stress their strong commitment to the Arab country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity after a tripartite meeting in Astana, Kazakhstan.
Amid a rise in Tel Aviv’s threats of a new war on Lebanon, Prime Minister Hariri tells an international conference in Rome that Beirut is set to reinforce its military presence on its southern border near Israel.
The UN Security Council has expressed grave concern over the worsening humanitarian situation in war-torn Yemen.
A US military helicopter crashes in Iraq's western province of Anbar, killing all servicemen aboard.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Turkish troops will not leave Syria’s northern region of Afrin until their “job is done.”
Sheikh Qassem, however, said Hezbollah does not expect the Israeli regime to launch a war for now in Lebanon.
A senior Kurdish official is found dead at his home in the northern Syrian city of Tal Abyad.
Mohammad bin Salman has reportedly been barring her mother from meeting her husband, King Salman, fearing she may hinder his rise to the throne.
The order came after Kurdish authorities agreed that the airports should come under federal control and report to Baghdad’s interior ministry.
The Saudi crown prince, who is in Washington for nuclear talks, says Riyadh will quickly develop nuclear bombs if Iran does so.
Turkey says its troops will take the center of Syria’s Afrin and oust Kurdish militants in the region ‘in a very short time.’
Russia estimates that some 13,000 civilians will leave the militant-held Damascus suburb of Eastern Ghouta today.
In a new act of aggression, Israeli tanks have shelled targets belonging to the Palestinian resistance movement of Hamas in the northern Gaza Strip.
Qatar has signed a deal worth €5 billion with Italy to purchase 28 military helicopters.
A new report shows that Israeli forces have destroyed some 5,000 Palestinian houses in Jerusalem al-Quds since 1967.
Yemeni army forces have shot down a Saudi-led reconnaissance drone in flight over a border area in the kingdom’s southern region of Asir.
In a major victory in their operation operation, Syrian forces enter a key town in militant-held Eastern Ghouta and retake control of parts of it.
Hamas authorities widen a probe into a bomb attack that targeted Rami Hamdallah.
Yemeni army soldiers and their allies have shot and killed 14 Saudi mercenaries in the kingdom’s southwestern border region of Asir.
A top Syrian Kurdish official has rejected Turkish hopes of overrunning Syria’s northwestern region of Afrin by nightfall as a “daydream.”
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad vows to confront Western plans targeting his country’s unity.
Tehran says the US must carefully consider the outcome before taking any “foolish” action against Syria.
An airstrike kills at least 12 foreign-backed militants, including two commanders, in the Damascus suburb of Eastern Ghouta, a UK-based observatory says.
Human Rights Watch says Saudi officials need to investigate reports of abuse and death in custody of some detainees in the country’s anti-corruption campaign.
The Palestinian Authority (PA) refuses to attend a meeting hosted by the White House to address the situation in Gaza, with officials from Israel and several Arab states in attendance.
Saudi Arabia attempts to address concerns about its nuclear ambitions by adopting a policy for “peaceful” atomic energy.
Iraq's Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi security detail commander is killed in firefight in the country's northern Salahuddin province.
The Syrian army has found a chemical weapons workshop used by militants in Eastern Ghouta.
Gaza hospitals are under emergency state due to shortage of medicine cause by Israeli blockade.
Turkish forces lay siege to Syrian key Kurdish town of Afrin, with thousands of civilians fleeing their homes.
Turkish lawmakers approve controversial legislation that will overhaul existing electoral regulations, amid angry reactions by opposition politicians.
Iraq has ended a nearly six-month air blockade imposed on the Iraqi Kurdistan in response to a secession referendum held in the region.
Turkey says the country and the United States are to oversee withdrawal of Kurdish militants from the northern Syria city of Manbij.
A bomb blast has targeted a convoy of Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah in the besieged Gaza Strip.
Ultra-Orthodox Israelis have clashes with police during a protest against the arrest of a young student, who had refused to do active duty in the military.
A top Russian general says his country will respond to a US strike on Syria, targeting any missiles and launchers involved in such an attack, if the lives of Russian servicemen are threatened.
Less than two months after his release, Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal reportedly does not have the permission to travel abroad.
Syria’s UN envoy say the new US threat of military action against the Arab country is meant to provoke a chemical attack by the terrorists and fabricate evidence against Damascus.
The US ambassador to the UN warns that Washington is ready to act unilaterally if the UN Security Council fails to act on Syria.
The Turkish parliament begins a controversial debate on changing the country’s electoral laws.
A top Russian official says Moscow will begin implementing the contract on delivery of S-400 air defense systems to Turkey in early 2020.
France is ready to launch targeted strikes against any site in Syria used to deploy chemical attacks, President Emmanuel Macron says.
Syrian army soldiers have made further advances against terrorists in militant-held Eastern Ghouta near capital Damascus.
Israeli naval forces have arrested ten Palestinian fishermen in waters off the coast of the besieged Gaza Strip.
Yemeni forces and their allies also targeted military bases belonging to Saudi mercenaries in the border region.
Daesh Takfiri militants have killed at least 25 people, including a local Sunni tribal sheikh, in two separate attacks.
Iranian search teams find the black box of a Turkish private jet that crashed earlier in an Iranian mountain range , also recovering 10 bodies from a total of 11 who had been on board.
Saudi and US military forces have launched joint “friendship” drills in the kingdom’s northern region amid Riyadh’s Washington-backed war against Yemen.
The workshop was discovered in a recently-liberated area in Eastern Ghouta where Syrian troops are fighting foreign-backed extremists and Takfiri terrorists.
The US military reportedly slashes its combat operations at Turkey’s Incirlik air base amid rising tensions between the two NATO allies over Washington’s support for the Kurdish militants in northern Syria.
According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), arms imports to the Middle East between 2013 and 2017 jumped by 103 percent compared with the previous five-year period.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan slams NATO over its refusal to aid Ankara in its anti-terror operations in Syria’s northwestern region of Afrin.
US Defense Secretary James Mattis has warned Syria against using chemical weapons implying it would prompt military consequences.
The Israeli prime minister has been accused of brewing a "fake crisis" to force snap elections.
A private Turkish plane flying from the United Arab Emirates to Istanbul with at least 11 people on board crashes in western Iran.
An Israeli settler has run over and injured a Palestinian teenage boy on the road linking the occupied West Bank towns of Hizma and 'Anata.
Militant mortar attacks have killed four civilians and injured 11 others in and around the Syrian capital city of Damascus.
Iraqi security forces, backed by pro-government fighters, have started an operation to purge villages near the oil-rich northern city of Kirkuk from Daesh militants.
The Syrian army continues its counter-terrorism operation in East Ghouta region, from where militants launch deadly attacks on civilians.
Turkey says its warplanes have destroyed at least 18 targets reportedly belonging to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) militant group in northern Iraq.
Hundreds of Israelis have held rallies again in Tel Aviv, protesting corruption and demanding that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu resign.
Yemen's prime minister tells Press TV that Saudi Arabia would not be able to wage a war on the impoverished country without support from the United States.
A controversial law, which allows Israeli authorities to strip Palestinians living in East Jerusalem al-Quds of their right to live in the city, sparks outrage worldwide.
Qatar complains to the United Nations over fresh violations of its air space by Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Western allegations pertaining to the Syrian government launching chemical attacks on terrorists-held areas are "fake news."
Syria’s deputy foreign minister says terrorists and their supporters are solely responsible for any chemical attack in the country.
Israeli military forces have shot and killed a young Palestinian man in the occupied northern West Bank village of Urif.