The United States on Thursday placed punishing economic sanctions on 17 Saudis involved in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The US is considering extraditing Fethullah Gulen, an arch-rival of Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in order to appease the Turkish president, a report says.
A court in Bahrain has sentenced six more activists to up to 10 years in prison over their alleged role in exploding a gas cylinder last year.
Russia confirms media reports that the US is attacking civilian-populated areas in Syria with illegal ammunition.
Hamas intelligence units have reportedly dismantled a spying cell in the Gaza Strip responsible for a recent Israeli botched mission in the enclave.
Ankara has urged that the 15-men Saudi team involved in the murder of Jamal Khashoggi should be tried in Turkey.
The Israeli navy widens the distance it allows Palestinian fishermen in the besieged Gaza Strip to head out to sea.
At least 23 civilians, mostly women and children, have been killed when the US-led coalition bombarded areas in Syria's eastern Dayr al-Zawr province.
A member of the Bahraini royal family is sued for failing to pay an alleged 35 million dollars to an Egyptian businessman to arrange meetings for him with Bollywood stars.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo meets with Qatari Defense Minister Khalid al-Attiyah in Washington over a US plan to create a NATO-like Arab military alliance.
Republicans in the House of Representatives have blocked a Democratic measure to end Washington’s involvement in the Saudi-led war on Yemen.
European Union arms sales to Saudi Arabia are fueling the deadly war on Yemen and sanctions must be imposed on the countries breaking the EU's rules on weapons exports, the European Parliament says.
The Hamas and Islamic Jihad resistance movements praise the resignation of the Israeli war minister as a political win for the resistance movement against occupation.
Sources say the recent flare-up in Gaza was perhaps part of a Saudi plot to divert attention away from the Jamal Khashoggi case.
Saudi-backed militiamen halt their offensive aimed at taking Yemen's port city of Hudaydah from the Houthis.
US-led coalition warplanes have reportedly targeted the eastern Syrian towns of Hajin and al-Shaafah with internationally-banned cluster bombs.
Israeli naval forces have shot and killed a young Palestinian fisherman off the coast of the Gaza Strip.
The government said it had retaken ownership of a piece of property in Baghdad worth millions of dollars.
The Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) says the Manama regime has sentenced 32 opposition figures to death since 2011.
Israeli minister of military affairs Avigdor Lieberman announces resignation over ceasefire with Gaza-based Palestinian resistance movements.
A group of Syrians recently freed from Daesh's captivity express their gratitude to President Bashar al-Assad.
The UN Security Council meets behind closed doors on Gaza, but fails to reach an agreement on a response to the latest deadly Israeli attacks on the blockaded territory.
The United Nations' aid chief calls for a ceasefire around Yemen's strategic port city of Hudaydah.
Military helicopters belonging to the US-led coalition have airlifted a number of Daesh terrorists in Syria’s eastern provinces of Hasakah and Dayr al-Zawr.
A string of airstrikes targeted terrorist hideouts in northern Iraq.
A former Bahraini minister has warned that Arabs and the Israeli regime are jointly trying to kill the Palestinian cause.
At least nine people have been killed after Daesh Takfiri terrorists attacked the house of a Hashd al-Sha’abi commander in Iraq’s western province of Anbar.
At least two airstrikes were carried out against the main entrance to the port city.
The Lebanese Army’s intelligence branch has arrested a man on suspicion of having collaborated with Israel.
Three more Palestinians have been killed and several others injured as Israeli fighter jets and artillery unit shell positions across the Gaza Strip.
Over 60 civilians have been killed and injured in fresh US-led airstrikes against al-Sha'afa town in Syria's eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr.
An audio recording of the killing of dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi reportedly links Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to the murder.
The Palestinian Hamas resistance movement has released a video of a retaliatory guided-missile strike against an Israeli military bus.
The headquarters of a Hamas-run TV station was destroyed in Israeli raids on Gaza in fresh round of clashes between resistance forces and the Israeli regime.
Two main parties in Iraq’s Kurdistan region are yet to agree on the formula to form the new government one month after the parliamentary elections.
The two sides reaffirmed both nations’ determination to continue combating terrorism.
Turkey rejects as “very impudent” a French accusation that President Erdogan is playing a “political game” over Jamal Khashoggi's killing.
Yemeni air defense forces and their allies have targeted and shot down a Saudi-led coalition reconnaissance drone in the skies over Saudi Arabia’s border Jizan region.
Turkish interior minister says US bounty on three top PKK leaders is part of Washington’s policy of double standards.
Israeli jets have conducted fresh airstrikes against besieged Gaza Strip, killing three people, after Hamas fired dozens of retaliatory rockets against the occupied territories.
Iran says all countries are responsible for putting an end to the ongoing human catastrophe in Yemen.
A senior Hezbollah official describes the Persian Gulf monarchies' attempts at normalizing relations with Israel as a Saudi decision.
Britain calls on Saudi Arabia to end the devastating war in Yemen, also pressing for the kingdom’s cooperation with a probe into Jamal Khashoggi's killing .
A Bahraini court has sentenced four nationals to death over terror charges.
The US secretary of state says Washington will hold accountable all those involved in the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
An Israeli court sentences a Palestinian man to 17 years in jail on alleged charges of carrying out a stabbing attack in the Israeli-occupied territories.
European countries have approved arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the UAE worth more than $86.7 billion since 2015, figures compiled by Middle East Eye show.
Yemeni forces have pushed back a large-scale assault by militants and mercenaries on the port city of Hudaydah, a source in the so-called Saudi coalition says.
The Turkish coastguard launches a search operation at sea for 10 refugees, whose boat sank in the Aegean.
The German government and other EU members are funding militants still present in Idlib and involved in a conflict against the Syrian army, Tagesspiegel newspaper has revealed.
Israeli special forces infiltrate the Gaza Strip, assassinating a top Hamas commander, while subsequent Israeli airstrikes kill five others, including another commander with the Palestinian resistance movement.
The Syrian army has freed some 20 civilians who were kidnapped by Daesh terrorists in Suwayda Province.
Top Saudi officials discussed a “$2 billion plan” in 2017 to disrupt Iran economy and assassinate Iran’s Major General Qassem Soleimani, The New York Times reports
Iraq’s President Salih says it is in his country’s best interests to have good and stable relations with Iran.
Iraqi Hashd al-Sha’abi fighters have foiled an attempt by Daesh Takfiri terrorists to infiltrate into neighboring Syria.
This is not the first time Israeli settlers attempt to prevent goods from entering Gaza.
Turkish fighter jets have killed fourteen Kurdish PKK militants in Iraq's northern semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.
Israeli forces have shot and injured dozens of Palestinian students in the central part of the occupied West Bank.
A senior Iraqi politician says the Iraqi parliament will discuss the withdrawal of US forces from the country amid rising unease at Washington's meddling.
Leading Palestinian groups have pledged to reject the Trump administration’s “deal of the century” after reports that the US is soon to publish the plan.
Yemeni officials say invading troops seeking to gain control of Hudaydah are facing a stiff resistance put up by Houthi fighters and their allies.
A criminal court in Bahrain has given jail terms, ranging from three to 10 years, to six more anti-regime activists.
The 45th Baghdad International Fair has kicked off in the Iraqi capital.
A British-Israeli peace-pretender is angered how an artist depicted Israeli occupation in his poster.
A senior Turkish journalist reveals what came out of Khashoggi’s mouth before he was murdered.
The US will continue to back the Saudi-led coalition waging war of aggression against the people of Yemen, an American journalist and political analyst says.
The man was shot in the head during clashes last month and died in hospital on Saturday.
Damascus urges the UN Security Council to propose an independent and international mechanism to investigation the US-led coalition's crimes in Syria.
Nasrallah says fighters from the Hezbollah resistance movement will retaliate against any Israeli attack on Lebanon.
Ankara generally uses the term "neutralize" to signify that the militants were killed, captured or surrendered.
President Erdogan said the recordings were given to Saudi Arabia, the US, the Germans, the French, and the English.
Twelve people have died in heavy rains and flooding in parts of Jordan and authorities have evacuated foreign tourists from the ancient city of Petra and other popular destinations.
Lebanese President Michel Aoun says a solution would be found to the government formation stalemate.
Secretary General of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah and Free Patriotic Movement leader Gebran Bassil met on Saturday to discuss the representation of six so-called independent Sunni lawmakers.
A senior Houthi official says Yemen will turn into a "graveyard” for aggressors as Saudi-backed militants and mercenaries continue with a fresh push to occupy Hudaydah.
The US and Saudi Arabia say they have agreed to end US refueling of Saudi aircraft bombing Yemen but maintain American training and military assistance.
A senior US official is to visit Israel and the UAE to advance Donald Trump’s so-called Iran strategy and push for the country’s hostile campaign against Tehran.
A US House Democrat is preparing a bill that he says would ban Saudi Arabia from acquiring nuclear weapons, a report shows.
The US-led coalition’s airstrikes on eastern Syria killed 26 civilians, including 14 children, on Friday, a UK-based war monitor said.
The British police have warned a Saudi dissident of a “life-threatening danger,” saying that he was placed under its protection.
More than 35 Palestinians were also injured during Friday clashes.
The move came against the backdrop of the murder of Jamal Khashoggi and the ongoing war on Yemen.
Turkish security forces detain 74 on-duty soldiers on suspicion of links to Gulen movement accused of orchestrating a failed coup bid against Erdogan.
The Israeli intelligence and transport minister called for deeper cooperation with the Persian Gulf Arab states.
Saudi mercenaries have launched a military operation to establish full control over Yemen’s western coastal city of Hudaydah.
Bahrain is scheduled to hold parliamentary elections on November 24.
A Turkish court sentences a journalist for Syria’s official news agency, SANA, to more than four years in jail.
Syrian forces have killed at least 22 militants in Hama province on Friday in one of the heaviest clashes in the country’s northwest in a year.
A report says Saudi Arabia is forcibly sending scores of Rohingya Muslim refugees to Bangladesh.
Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed for disclosing Riyadh’s funding of an anti-Iran TV channel, a Guardian journalist has revealed.
Following Khashoggi’s murder, Germany stopped issuing new arms export licenses for Saudi Arabia. Undeterred, the kingdom looks for more lucrative deals in Spain and South Africa.