The unrest in Iraq appears to be spreading to alarming levels. Iraqis are angry over shortages of electricity, water and jobs.
The attacks have been described as the most intensive instance of violence around the Palestinian enclave since the Israeli war in 2014.
In the US, Special Counsel Robert Mueller, tasked with looking into alleged meddling by Russia in the 2016 presidential election, has indicted another 12 individuals.
Russia’s inclusion in G7
The rights situation in Saudi Arabia was in the global spotlight after a recent study provided a dismal outlook of how the kingdom has been treating dissent.
US President Donald Trump has recently been boasting about his economic policies, linking them to the countrys economic growth.
More signs are appearing that nations do not support a plan by US President Donald Trump to re-instate sanctions against Iran.
Immediately after taking office as the top US diplomat, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told his Turkish counterpart that the United States is seriously concerned about Turkeys decision to buy S-400 surface-to-air missile batteries from Russia.
Last week, US president’s top advisers embarked on yet another regional tour visiting Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia as well as Qatar to revive the stalled peace process between Israel and Palestine.
Thousands of people, all under the banner of the Poor People’s Campaign, gathered outside the US capital on June 23.
Last week, the leaders of Germany and France agreed to create a Eurozone budget.
A new report by a UK-based think tank has shed light on the surprising developments in Afghanistan years after US-led forces invaded the country in 2001.
A bomb every twelve minutes, 120 bombs every single day. The astonishingly deadly figures show just how much terror the US creates around the world on a daily basis.
The Israeli regime moves to ban filming its troops’ interactions with Palestinians by endorsing a bill that seeks to criminalize it.
Taliban militants are embracing government troops and ordinary people on the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.
Once known as happy Arabia, Yemen is now reduced to rubble and ruins as a result of Saudi Arabia’s indiscriminate bombings of the country.
The United States, under the leadership of President Trump, has not hidden its all-out and one-sided support for the Israeli regime.
The UN General Assembly has voted overwhelmingly to condemn Israel’s actions in occupied Palestinian territories.
In front of a row of US and North Korean flags, a previously unthinkable sight, the two countries’ leaders shook hands in a historic Tuesday summit in Singapore.
While Iraq is on the verge of a political crisis, Moqtada al-Sadr and Hadi al-Amiri, who won first and second places respectively in the elections, are going to combine forces.
The largest protests in years which rocked Jordan earlier this month have forced some Persian Gulf countries to take action.
Millions of people in Iran and 800 other cities worldwide have hit the streets to mark the International Quds Day.
Afghanistan's opium production is through the roof.
A report by the Institute for Economics and Peace says there’s been a gradual decline in peacefulness over the past decade.
Israel has been known throughout the world for its brutality and aggression against Palestinians.
A massive corruption scandal in Spain has cost Mariano Rajoy his job as prime minister.
Donald Trump has infuriated the Europeans by withdrawing from various deals, and imposing stiff tariffs on aluminum and steel imports from the bloc.
It’s been described as a massive US failure in Afghanistan. A report by the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan’s Reconstruction says over $5bn spent on programs to stabilize Afghanistan has been wasted.
The United States has finally followed through on its threat to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from its biggest trading partners.