Syrian forces make new gains against the Daesh Takfiri terrorists in the southeast.
Families of slain the Bahraini activists want the Manama regime to return the bodies of their loved ones.
The EU has proposed a one-year timetable to Turkey to renew relations between the two sides.
Turkey arrests two employees of the opposition newspaper Sozcu over their alleged links to US-based opposition figure Fethullah Gulen.
Russian airstrikes kill as many as 120 Daesh terrorists who were trying to flee the Takfiri outfit’s last stronghold of Raqqah in northern Syria.
The Iraqi military announces the beginning of an operation to liberate the last enclave controlled by Daesh terrorists in Mosul.
The leader of Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement says Saudi Arabia seeks to split the Muslim people as a whole.
The Palestinian prisoners, who had been protesting their conditions in Israeli jails, are reportedly ending their hunger strike.
Bahraini clerics have praised protesters resisting the Al Khalifah regime, saying their struggle to save their religion has just started.
Iraqi popular fighters take control of new strategic areas near Mosul.
Turkey dismisses more than 4,000 judges and prosecutors accused of supporting last year's coup attempt.
The UN fails to decry Washington for the death of 117 civilians in US-led coalition airstrikes in Syria.
Iran’s Assembly of Experts has warned the Bahraini regime over its recent raid on the residence of the spiritual leader of the country’s Shia majority.
A court in Riyadh sentences 15 young activists from the Shia-majority Qatif region for taking part in anti-regime rallies.
Airstrikes by a Saudi-led coalition on residential buildings in Yemen’s south have killed six civilians, including women and children.
Qatar says it is being targeted in a “hostile media campaign” by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
More anti-regime rallies are held across Bahrain in protest at the Manama regime's deadly crackdown on the village of Diraz.
US-led airstrikes kill at least 117 civilians in Syria's oil-rich eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr.
Turkey rejects a resolution by US lawmakers slamming the violent reaction of Turkish guards against an anti-Ankara protest in Washington.
The men were executed in Gaza City over the killing of 38-year-old military commander Mazen Fuqahaa in March.
The US bombarded a concrete building in Mosul’s western al-Jadida district, where Iraqi forces were fighting against terrorists, on March 17.
The army recaptures districts to the south of the city of Palmyra and to the east of the town of Qaryatayn in Homs Province.
Secretary General of Hezbollah resistance movement says when southern Lebanon was occupied by Israel, it was only Iran and Syria, which helped the country to end occupation.
The US-backed SDF calls on Daesh militants in the Syrian city of Raqqah to disarm ahead of a planned offensive.
Bahrain's Lualua television network reported on Thursday that the court had sentenced five dissidents to life in prison and stripped eight others of their citizenship.
A London-based human rights group says five civilians were among the victims of a recent US raid on Yemen's Ma’rib.
Iraqi forces retake eight villages west of Mosul from Daesh terrorists.
The US reportedly sends over 100 trucks of arms to the Kurdish-controlled northern Syrian city of Hasakah.
The United Nations (UN) has voiced concerns about the health conditions of hunger-striking Palestinian inmates in Israeli prisons.
The Israeli minister for military affairs says Tel Aviv does not need the US approval for more settlement construction.
Bahraini people continue their anti-regime protests countrywide over the deadly crackdown on Diraz in defiance of Manama’s warning.
Two hunger-striking Turkish teachers face up to 20 years in jail for protesting their dismissal after a failed 2016 coup.
Demonstrators gather outside the Bahraini embassy in Iraq to protest the Manama regime's raiding of the home of prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim.
The US has increased its military aid to Tel Aviv by tens of millions of dollars, Netanyahu says.
Turkey says it would not be "a major issue" for Turkey if Germany decided to pull out its troops from the Anatolian country.
Saudi Arabia defends Bahrain’s deadly crackdown on the supporters of a top Shia cleric.
The Al-Jazeera Arabic website is inaccessible in both Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Bahraini clerics have announced an open-ended national mourning in support of Sheikh Isa Qassim and to honor Diraz victims.
UN experts slam Riyadh over razing an old part of a Shia Muslim-majority town in eastern Saudi Arabia.
Turkish authorities have seized or appointed an administrator to 879 firms worth about $11.32 billion in assets since the 2016 coup attempt.
At least 16 civilians have been killed in US-led airstrikes near Daesh’s Syrian bastion of Raqqah.
At least 60 hunger striking Palestinian detainees from Ohalei Kedar and Hadarim prisons have been moved to hospital over deteriorating health conditions.
The country is the scene of angry protests after the Manama regime's bloody crackdown on supporters of Shia cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim.
Authorities order the detention of 139 staffers from local councils and two ministries in Ankara, accusing them of links to the Turkish president’s archfoe.
Americans question US claims of supporting democracy worldwide as it opts for close ties with Saudi Arabia, an absolute monarchy, but antagonizes democratic Iran.
NATO members have agreed to approve collaborations with non-members on a case-by-case basis following member Turkey’s move to veto NATO with non-member Austria.
Doha says hackers have broken into the website of its official state news agency and subsequently released ‘fake statement’ quoting the country's emir.
WHO reports a 50-percent rise in cholera cases in war-torn Yemen.
Five people have been killed in raids on protesters gathering in the northwestern village of Dirza.
Yemeni tribal fighters have reportedly killed several US troops in Ma'rib province.
The Iranian foreign minister says Bahrain's crackdown on protesters was the result of the US president's 'cozying up to despots.'
Bahraini anti-regime forces clash with Mana security forces in the northern village of Diraz.
Thousands in the Gaza Strip protest Trump’s visit to the occupied Palestinian territories.
Bahrain's Islamic Action Society (Amal) says the king is responsible for any harm inflicted by the regime on Sheikh Qassim.
A Syria monitor group reports a sharp rise in civilian casualties in attacks by US, allies.
Trump told Bahraini king Sheikh Hamad bin Issa Al Khalifa that Washington has wonderful relationship with ruling Al Khalifa regime in Manama.
The Human Rights Watch condemns the bloody destabilizing violence by the Bahraini regime forces in Diraz.
New footage shows Bahraini security forces firing tear gas at anti-regime protesters in Diraz Village.
A political expert says Saudi Arabia is responsible for storming the residence of Sheikh Isa Qassim, the spiritual leader of Bahrain’s Shia majority.
Bahraini regime forces attack the house of a respected cleric in hunt for protesters.
A Palestinian man has been shot and wounded by the Israeli military over an alleged stabbing attack.
The two Syrian cities were the scene of explosions on Tuesday morning.
The situation remains chaotic in Diraz where regime forces have stormed into the house of a prominent Shia cleric, arresting everyone inside.
The US president and his Palestinian counterpart hold talks in the West Bank city of Bethlehem.
Turkey opens the trial of 221 suspected organizers of a failed July 2016 coup in the country.
The Pentagon says American forces have carried out a combination of small arms fire and precision airstrikes against militants in Ma'rib.
Hamas says the US president is smearing the reputation of Palestinian resistance movement in favor of Israeli occupation.
A Palestinian teenage boy is shot dead by Israeli forces in the southern part of the occupied West Bank.
Ankara summons the US ambassador to protest Washington’s treatment of two bodyguards.
Russia agrees to lift some remaining trade sanctions imposed on Turkey following Ankara's shooting down of a Russian warplane in 2015.
Amnesty International condemns Turkey’s 'arbitrary' crackdown on thousands of public employees.
Several ministers reportedly decided not to attend the airport reception of President Trump who arrived in Tel Aviv on Monday.
The Takfiri terrorist group Daesh has claimed responsibility for the attack that claimed the lives of four Iraqi soldiers.
Saudi Arabia, not the Islamic Republic of Iran, is the “fountainhead” of terrorism in the Middle East, Robert Fisk says.
Protesters denounce the results of the April 16 referendum that will replace the Turkish republic's parliamentary form of government with a strong presidency.
Palestinian news outlets say public places will be shut down on Monday, except schools and medical centers.
Protesters, who had reached the southwestern city from several southern provinces, chanted, "Independence is our objective."
Images of US President Donald Trump and autocratic Arab rulers touching a glowing orb in Riyadh spark ridicule on social media.
Riyadh will receive $110 billion in arms effective immediately, plus at least another $350 billion over the next 10 years.
The court convicted the spiritual leader of collecting funds illegally and money laundering and sentenced him to one year in jail suspended for three years.
Some 220 Palestinian prisoners join the "Freedom and Dignity" mass hunger strike which began last month.
Palestinian Hamas resistance movement has strongly rejected Trump’s label of terror group.
Israel has signed a deal worth $630 million to sell India's navy a long-range missile system.
The regime in Riyadh has been purchasing billions of dollars worth of arms from the United States over the past few years to use in Yemen war.
The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says at least 14 Ahrar al-Sham terrorists have been killed in a bomb attack in northwestern Syria.
Iraqi Hashd al-Sha’abi fighters have reclaimed full control over 7 villages west of Mosul.
Hashem Safieddine, a top Hezbollah leader, has said that the US administration is crazy, two days after Washington and Riyadh jointly designated him as a "terrorist."
The last buses transporting militants and their families have left Waer district in Syria’s Homs.
Turkey’s president is now set to return to the post of chairmanship of the ruling AKP party.
A military court in the Gaza Strip sentences three men to death over the assassination of top Hamas military commander, Mazen Fuqahaa.
The World Health Organization said on Friday that Yemen could have as many as 300,000 cases of cholera within six months and an "extremely high" number of deaths.