- A Syrian foreign ministry source said the statement showed “the blind bias of the United States” toward Israel
- The Gulf Cooperation Council said it regrets the statements by Trump
- Residents of Iraq's second city, scarred by years of extremist rule, demanded justice as Prime Minister Adel Abdel Mahdi decreed three days of national mourning following Thursday's accident
- Mosulites had resumed the annual festivities this year for the first time since Iraqi forces ousted Daesh following years of brutal extremist rule
- Infrastructure upgrades included public transport facilities
- Centers for disability rehabilitation are growing across the Kingdom
- Among those designated for sanctions was the Shahid Karimi group, which works on missile and explosive-related projects for the SPND, and four associated individuals
- The move freezes any US assets of those targeted and bans US dealings with them
- Eurojust, the European agency that oversees judicial co-operation in crime investigations, working with Belgian and Hungarian authorities, found evidence later that he was a member of Daesh
- Prior to being detained, the man was already awaiting deportation to Greece
- A Ramallah-based economics professor said the Palestinian economy more generally, remain totally controlled by and reliant on Israel
- Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts have been at a standstill since 2014
- Former Saudi Arabia coach wants to guide the Whites to their first World Cup since 1990.
- "If I didn’t see the potential, I wouldn’t sit here," Dutchman says of his new job.
- Google says the Doodle uses machine learning to “harmonize the custom melody into Bach’s signature music style”
- Bach’s chorales were known for having four voices carrying their own melodic line