- Beyond its financial aspect, there is currently a psychological war between the two countries through high-level rhetoric, says expert
- African migrants in Israel detained, threatened with deportation and faced hostility from lawmakers and residents
- The Africans, mainly from war-torn Sudan and dictatorial Eritrea, began arriving in Israel in 2005
- Many young Arabs who dream of living and working in Europe are not only interested in earning better incomes
- To maintain our identity, we need to modernize our work environment
- Iran has maintained close ties to Iraq's government since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion toppled Saddam Hussein, Tehran's archenemy
- The administration says the renewed sanctions are meant to pressure Tehran to halt its alleged support for international terrorism
- The attack killed as many as 44 Afghan police and soldiers, provincial officials said
- It is the latest in a series that have killed dozens of members of the security forces in provinces across Afghanistan
- The 30 percent tariffs announced in January improperly help US producers in violation of WTO rules, China’s commerce ministry said
- China has tried to portray itself as a defender of the WTO-based trading system
- Young Falcons hopeful of a semifinal spot.
- Under-23 players keen on making a name for themselves in Indonesia.
- Banten said the ministry is pleased to endorse the Arab News-Facebook cooperation as it enables news about the Hajj to reach a wider audience
- Millions of people worldwide will be able to follow the pilgrimage via the official Arab News Facebook page