The overnight evacuation of the Syrian villages of Kefraya and al-Foua which were long besieged by foreign-backed militants begins.
Activists from around the world gather in Palermo, Sicily, and are engaged in the final stages of preparations for this year's Palestine Freedom Flotilla campaign.
The UK Labour Party has adopted its own code of conduct which permits harsher criticism of Israel while also stating that "anti-Semitism is racism."
The Yemeni army attacks a refinery of the Saudi oil company Aramco in Riyadh using a new drone.
Saudi Arabia has executed seven more people, who were convicted of murder and drug trafficking, in one single day.
A Turkish court has handed down aggravated life sentences to a former general and 30 military officers for their roles in the failed July 2016 coup attempt.
Dozens of buses arrive in Kefraya and al-Foua as part of an evacuation deal to get locals out of the militant-besieged towns in Idlib.
The Israeli parliament strikes down a law that would enable the regime’s prime minister and his minister for military affairs to declare war alone.
The Houthi leader says Yemen will accept the UN’ supervisory role in Hudaydah if the Saudi-led coalition ends its aggression against the strategic port city.
The freshly imposed restriction by Israel on Gaza risk causing a "dramatic deterioration" in the enclave's humanitarian conditions, says the UN.
Israel's Knesset passes a law banning the criticism of the regime's actions against Palestinians in schools.
Syrian government forces have discovered Israeli-made bombs at a militant arms depot in the country's western-central province of Hama.
At least two civilians have been killed and several others injured in fresh US-led airstrikes against Syria’s eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr.
A 20-year-old Palestinian has succumbed to wounds he sustained from Israeli gunfire during anti-occupation protests in the besieged Gaza Strip.
Iraqi police say around 250 people have held a protest at the main entrance to a major oilfield near the Iraqi city of Basra.
Argentinian soccer legend Diego Maradona reiterates his support for Palestine during a meeting with President Mahmoud Abbas in Moscow.
The US-backed alliance of Kurdish and Arab militants in Syria is preparing for potential talks with Damascus over the future of the territory under its control.
The Palestinian resistance movement warns Israel of “dangerous consequences” as the regime tightens its inhumane siege on the Gaza Strip.
Saudi Arabia's attacks on Yemen's Hudaydah displaced some 35,000 families, says the UN.
Iraq’s health ministry says eight people have so far been killed in daily protests in southern Iraq over the past week.
An American official says the US is in talks with Turkey to persuade it to buy Patriot missile systems instead of Russian-made S-400s.
At least three innocent Yemeni children have been killed when Saudi artillery units targeted a residential area in Yemen’s northwestern province of Sa’ada.
The fresh gains would effectively disrupt collaboration between anti-Damascus militants and the Israeli regime.
The HRW says Turkey has stopped registering new Syrian refugees.
An Istanbul court has acquitted a Turkish journalist accused of espionage in a case about trucks smuggling weapons to militants in Syria.
A protest is held at the main entrance to Siba natural gas field following a week of unrest in southern Iraq.
Local tribes gather in Yemen’s Sana’a to voice their support for the Yemeni army and allied Houthi fighters in their fight for Hudaydah.
Turkey has marked the second anniversary of a failed coup which President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said had seen the country "cut off the arms of the octopus."
Israel has launched a series of war games throughout the occupied territories, including one in southern Israel that will reportedly simulate the capture of Gaza City.
Israeli lawmakers are voting on a bill that declares Israel exclusively "the nation-state of the Jewish people," with rights groups warning that it would enshrine apartheid and Jewish supremacy.
Israel says that it has increased the deployment of its Iron Dome missile system following a day of increased airstrikes on the Gaza Strip.
An Emirati prince seeking asylum in Qatar accuses UAE rulers of blackmail and money laundering.
Earlier in the day, hundreds of protesters rallied in Basra, where police used water cannons and tear gas.
Israel’s top court has upheld a decision to release an Israeli suspect in a 2015 firebombing attack that killed a Palestinian family to house arrest.
A top US general says Turkish plans to buy Russian s-400 systems is a risk for NATO.
Groups of militants boarded around 15 buses on Sunday. They have handed over their heavy weapons.
Turkish security forces have killed a high-ranking PKK militant want for the murder of a teenage boy in the country’s northern province of Gumushane.
A senior Hamas official says anti-occupation protests in Gaza will continue until the fulfillment of the Palestinians' demands.
Two Palestinians have been injured after Israeli warplanes shelled an area in the northern part of the besieged Gaza Strip.
Turkey issues a raft of decrees, aimed at shaking up key institutions as the country moves towards changing its current parliamentary system to an executive presidential one.
Activists take to social media, recounting details regarding Saudi Arabia’s arrest of an outspoken scholar and his sons.
Government forces retake full control of a village in the strategic southwestern Quneitra Province, which borders Jordan, Lebanon and the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
A UN aid agency official says Palestinians in the Gaza Strip "have nothing to lose” as fears of a new escalation rise following Israel's latest aggression.
Western countries reportedly scramble to evacuate the White Helmets from Syria, which has been accused of cooperating with Takfiri terrorists and staging gas attacks.
Iraqi police fire in the air on the seventh day of unrest in Basra as hundreds of protesters try to storm the main provincial government building in the oil-rich city.
Some 7,000 people take to the streets of Tel Aviv to protest a controversial bill that declares Israel exclusively "the nation-state of the Jewish people."
Israel's minister of military affairs calls for the closure of the Tel Aviv regime's embassy in Ireland after it passes legislation blocking the import of products made in Israeli settlements.
Israeli warplanes continue to bombard the Gaza Strip shortly after Palestinian factions and the Tel Aviv regime agree upon an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire agreement following a day of heavy clashes.
Erdogan warns Putin over Syrian military Idlib operations
Hamas says its swift response to Israeli aggression on Gaza seeks to stop the occupying regime from attacking the sliver.
'Indeed, today our region and Palestine go through a difficult time,' Abbas tells Putin in Moscow.
Hundreds of mourners attend a funeral procession for a 15-year-old Palestinian boy who was killed by Israeli troops in the besieged Gaza Strip.
At least two Saudi soldiers have been killed in a retaliatory attack by Yemeni army forces in the kingdom's southern Najran region.
Syrian troops have found US-made mortar shells belonging to Daesh Takfiri terrorists in the country’s eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr.
An Israeli airstrike injures three Palestinians on the border between the besieged Gaza Strip and Egypt.
Russia has reportedly rejected an Israeli demand to keep Iranian military advisors away from the occupied Golan Heights.
Situation returns to normal at the airport in the Iraqi holy city of Najaf after protesters decrying economic hardship withdrew from the facility.
New reports say the United States will open new bases in Iraq and Kuwait in defiance of widespread calls to end its military presence in the region.
At least four Saudi soldiers have been killed and several tanks destroyed in retaliatory attacks by Yemeni armed forces in the kingdom's southern Najran region.
Israeli warplanes have carried out new airstrikes on different parts of the besieged Gaza Strip.
At least two people have lost their lives and over a dozen others wounded in protests over economic conditions in southern Iraq.
The Palestinian Health Ministry identified the killed protester as 15-year-old Uthman Rami Hals.
The leader of Yemen's popular Houthi Ansarullah movement says Saudi Arabia and the UAE are advancing US agenda in the Middle East.
The city has been a stronghold of Yemen's Houthi Ansarullah movement fighting against Riyadh and its allies.
Turkey and Pakistan have finalized a deal for the sale of 30 T129 ATAK attack helicopters.
As an apparent goodwill gesture, Israel has offered one of its self-prized Merkava tanks as a present to a Jordanian museum.
Iraq’s Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has visited the southern oil city of Basra after deadly protests there against dire economic conditions.
A new opinion poll has found that a majority of Arabs consider Israel and the US as the biggest threat to regional stability despite efforts by their rulers to portray Iran as a risk.
Airstrikes by the US-led coalition have killed at least 30 people near the town of al-Bukamal in the country’s Dayr al-Zawr province, Syria's state news agency SANA reports.
Saudi Arabia has increased its output by half a million barrels a day to meet Trump's demands for lower oil prices.
Yemen's Defense Ministry says the country's air defense forces shot down a fighter jet in Saudi Arabia's Asir region as it was returning from a bombing mission.
Saudi Arabia takes into custody a prominent Muslim scholar as part of an ongoing campaign to silence dissidents in the kingdom.
Bahrain's Supreme Criminal Court has sentenced five anti-regime activists to five years in jail each.
An Israeli court has ordered a suspect in a firebombing that killed a Palestinian couple and their infant son to be released from prison to house arrest.
The Syrian army has raised the national flag over the southern city of Dara'a as a major counter-terrorism operation nears an end.
Turkish gendarmerie forces have “neutralized” a high-ranking member of the Kurdish PKK militant group in the country’s eastern province of Bitlis.
A Turkish court has sentenced 72 individuals to life in prison for their role in clashes on an Istanbul bridge that led to the deaths of dozens of people during an abortive coup two years ago.
The Israeli premier holds talks with the Russian president on Iran’s role in Syria, where Tehran and Moscow are helping Damascus fight terrorism.
Amnesty International says the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and its allied local militia have been torturing captives at a network of clandestine prisons in southern Yemen.
Syrian military air defenses repel an Israeli attack on the country's Quneitra province, Syrian state media say.
Israel summons Ireland’s ambassador over the country’s passing of legislation banning the import of goods made in Israeli settlements.
A Bahraini court rejects the appeal of three political dissidents sentenced to 10 years in prison.
The Turkish foreign minister says Ankara will take delivery of the first batch of S-400 missile systems late next year.
Turkish forces have ‘neutralized’ 18 PKK terrorists in the southeastern part of the country, and hit their bases in northern Iraq.
The United Nations says Israeli forces have demolished 197 Palestinian structures in the occupied West Bank during the first half of the current year.
The Syrian army reportedly seizes two French-made sophisticated anti-tank weapon systems in the southern Dara’a Province, where it is conducting anti-terror operations.
The UN health agency raises alarm at the “critical” conditions of civilians in Yemen’s Hudaydah, which has been under attack by Saudi-led forces over the past weeks.
Hamas says it will not support Washington's so-called deal of the century and will continue to resist Israel's occupation.
Lebanon’s Military Tribunal has sentenced seven Lebanese nationals in absentia to hard labor for collaborating with Israel.
The Turkish foreign minister says Ankara seeks to make progress in its EU membership process.
Israeli naval forces stop a boat from a humanitarian flotilla carrying patients from the Gaza strip to Cyprus.