Human Rights Watch says Israel is set to stop issuing work permits for its staff.
The UAE buys $5 billion worth of arms from international firms at a military exposition in Abu Dhabi.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel will never give back the occupied Golan Heights to Syria.
Former Israeli chief rabbi Yona Metzger has been sentenced to four-and-a-half years in jail on a slew of corruption and bribery charges.
The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says as many as 876 civilians have been killed by US-led strikes in Syria since September 2014.
The WHO says millions of Yemenis are at risk of malnutrition and disease across the war-torn country.
Two mass graves containing some 130 bodies, mostly militants, are found in Syria’s Idlib.
A Saudi officer was killed by sniper fire at the al-Karas military base in Jizan on Thursday, while rocket fire killed a policeman in Dhahran al-Janub late Wednesday.
President Putin says Moscow's military deployment to Syria has "contributed directly to Russia's security."
Turkish Defense Minister Fikri Isik says pro-Ankara militants have entered the al-Bab city center.
The Syrian government and opposition groups hold a fresh round of UN-led peace talks, in Geneva, Switzerland.
Iraqi ground troops, backed by the air force, retake the strategic Mosul airport from the grip of Takfiri Daesh terrorists, reports say.
The United Nations and the European Union slam Israeli demolition plans in the West Bank village of Khan al-Ahmar.
The Arab League condemns the short jail sentence for the Israeli soldier, who killed a wounded Palestinian, as an indication of “racism.”
Amnesty International accuses Israel of unlawful killing of Palestinians, arbitrary arrests and detentions, torture and other human rights violations.
Turkey says talks over the purchase of S-400 missile systems from Russia are progressing significantly.
Syria's main opposition group says it wants face-to-face negotiations with the Syrian government on the eve of a new round of peace talks.
MEP Neoklis Sylikiotis denounces the Israeli obstruction of the lawmakers’ access to the Palestinian coastal sliver.
Bahraini police once again clash with protesters condemning the killing of a young activist.
Russia says its planes have performed 1,760 sorties and conducted 5,682 airstrikes against terrorists’ infrastructure in Syria.
Saudi King Salman is to travel to Indonesia on a lavish visit with an entourage of 1,500 people.
In a major blow to Riyadh, Yemeni fighters reach the eastern outskirts of Mocha.
Washington has currently about 500 Special Operations troops in Syria.
Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in Sydney with a nearly three-hour delay due to Indonesia's ban on the Israeli plane.
Israeli fighter jets have reportedly struck Syrian army positions outside Damascus.
Yemeni forces strike a gathering of pro-Saudi militants with a missile, killing the Emirati commander and a militant commander loyal to the former government.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is hosting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Sisi and King Abdullah II voice support for a “two-state solution” that would lead to the formation of a sovereign Palestinian state with East Jerusalem al-Quds as its capital.
US-backed militants make their first major incursion into the Syrian province of Dayr al-Zawr.
The Saudi foreign minister says Riyadh is ready to send ground troops to Syria to support the US in the so-called fight against Daesh.
The UN humanitarian coordinator in Yemen estimates that more than 17 million people are not able to adequately feed themselves in the country.
The Turkish parliament has stripped pro-Kurdish opposition party co-leader Figen Yuksekdag of her lawmaking status.
Several media reports reveal shocking evidence of Israeli military personnel engaging in prostitution due to severe economic distress.
Israel releases a prominent Palestinian journalist after detaining him for 10 months without any specific charge.
The bill removes limitations in the Bahraini constitution on who military courts can prosecute.
Iraqi forces close in on the Mosul International Airport, inflicting heavy losses on from Daesh terrorists.
Palestinians denounce the 18-month imprisonment sentence handed down to Israeli killer soldier.
Government soldiers and allied fighters have killed and injured scores of Takfiri militants during nationwide counterterrorism operations.
Protesters clashed with regime forces on Sitra Island and elsewhere during Monday rallies against the death in custody of a young activist.
Secretary general of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement hails Iran's pro-Palestine stance compared to other countries taking sides with Israel.
For the first time ever Saudi Arabia appoints a woman as the CEO of a major commercial bank.
At least 110 civilians were killed by Turkish airstrikes in the Daesh-held Syrian city of al-bab over the past two weeks, says a monitoring group.
Turkey has dismissed 227 more judges and prosecutors over having alleged links to US-based Fethullah Gulen.
Four Russian servicemen were killed last week in Syria when their vehicle was hit with a roadside bomb, the Russian military says.
Bahraini regime forces reportedly kill a young man during a raid on the village of Nuwaidrat.
Authorities in Turkey detain more than 1,500 people for questioning over suspected links to militant groups.
Iraqi forces regain control over eight villages west of the strategic northern city of Mosul.
More weapons were sold across the globe between 2012 and 2016 than any other five-year period since 1990, according to Sipri.
Human Rights Watch says the Daesh Takfiri terrorists are raping and torturing Sunni Arab women in areas under their control in Iraq.
The two-day conference will open on Monday in a show of support for the Palestinian nation against Israeli occupation.
The 58-year-old Palestinian victim died after being hit by a settler’s car near the Mudi’in settlement outpost in Ramallah on Monday.
Israeli authorities are holding hunger striking Palestinian Muhammad al-Qiq in a “grave-like” cell, says his lawyer.
Iraqi air force helicopters kill at least 93 Daesh militants and destroy 18 armed vehicles during operations in western Mosul.
New edition of UAE arms show starts with Persian Gulf Arab states seeking to purchase billions of dollars in military hardware as destructive war in Yemen rages on.
Syrian army soldiers have reportedly foiled a Daesh offensive against the eastern city of Dayr al-Zawr.
A report reveals that leaders of Israel, Jordan, Egypt and a top US diplomat held a failed secret peace summit in Jordan last year.
A recent report shows that Paveway IV smart bombs made in Scotland were dropped on Yemen by UK-trained Saudi air force.
Iraqi government forces and their allies regain control over a number of villages on the outskirts of Mosul.
The UN envoy to Syria says the US must accept an inclusive political solution in Syria if it really wants to defeat Daesh terrorists.
Informed sources said Sunday’s attacks targeted the militant-controlled Qabun neighborhood.
Yemeni forces targeted the outpost in the ‘Asir region in the kingdom’s extreme southwest with an unknown number of projectiles on Sunday.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announces the start of an operation to rid western Mosul of Daesh terrorists.
Turkish newspaper Hurriyet reported on Saturday that the Turkish military chief Hulusi Akar had submitted the proposals to American counterpart Joseph Dunford a day earlier.
Iraq drops millions of leaflets on west Mosul warning of an imminent offensive to rid the city of Daesh terrorists.
The UN says the US made a “serious mistake” by blocking a former Palestinian prime minister from heading the global body’s political mission in Libya.
Aoun says any Israeli attempt to violate Lebanon's sovereignty would be met with the "appropriate response."
Yemeni forces shoot dead two Saudi troopers in the kingdom's southwestern border regions of Jizan and Asir.
Turkey detains 26 people following a car bomb attack in the country's southeastern province of Sanliurfa.
Russia says its warplanes have successfully hit positions held by the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group in Syria’s northern province of Raqqah.
Palestinians rally in the occupied West Bank, condemning Israeli settlements and a separation wall in the West Bank.
An explosion in Turkey’s southeastern town of Viranşehir has killed at least one child and injured 17 people.
Protesters staged the “Loyalty to Martyrs' Blood” march in Bab al-Yemen of the capital.
For clarification purposes, ... the negotiations will be entirely guided by UN Security Council Resolution 2254, says a UN official.
An Israeli soldier has reportedly committed suicide by shooting himself in the head.
Mehmet Gormez said none of the religious employees was engaged in any activity that could be assessed as prying.
At least 11 civilians have been killed in US-led coalition airstrikes near Syria’s Daesh-held northern city of al-Raqqah.
According to the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, nearly 50 civilians have been killed in Turkish airstrikes and shelling in the past two days.
IHS Jane’s says Saudi Arabia and several other Western-backed Arab countries in the Middle East are purchasing weapons suited for a more offensive program.
Syria says France’s support for terror is a direct cause of bloodshed in the Arab country.
Reunification talks between Greek and Turkish Cypruses crashed abruptly over bitter difference between the two sides on Thursday.
A US-based intelligence group says a Takfiri terrorist outfit has killed more than 160 members of the foreign-backed FSA militant group in Syria.
The German FM says more Israeli settlement construction could end the prospect of a so-called two-state solution to the conflict with Palestinians.
The UN and Yemeni officials deplore a Saudi strike that killed nine women and a child during a funeral ceremony near Sana’a.
Two Palestinians prisoners have gone on hunger strike over their administrative detention in Israeli jails.
The French foreign minister has slammed the US position on the so-called two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as "confused and worrying."
A senior Iranian diplomat underlines the importance of the Syria peace talks in Kazakhstan’s capital city of Astana.
The Arab League says a potential transfer of the US mission from Tel Aviv to East Jerusalem would be explosive for the situation in the troubled Mideast.
A monitoring group says 11 children are among those killed in the latest Turkish bombardment of the northern Syrian city of al-Bab.
Representatives of the Syrian government and opposition groups hold a new round of talks in the Kazakh capital, Astana.
Car bomb hits southern Baghdad, killing dozens of people and injuring scores more.
In a live televised speech, Hezbollah chief warns against the threats posed by the nuclear-armed regime in Israel against Lebanon.