TUNIS: A mentally deranged Tunisian soldier seized a gun at a barracks on Monday and killed seven comrades before being shot dead.
KHARTOUM: Sudanese security forces seized the Monday print runs of nine newspapers and suspended the publishing licenses of four of them in a major media crackdown, editors and an NGO said.
JERUSALEM: Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was sentenced Monday to eight months in prison for unlawfully accepting money from a US supporter, capping the dramatic downfall of a man who only
BAGHDAD: Iraq on Monday rejected accusations by the US defense chief that its security forces dodged battle in Ramadi and lack the will to fight the Islamic State group.
CAIRO: Five African migrants drowned on Monday after jumping into the Mediterranean as Egyptian coast guards raided a boat heading toward Italy, security officials said.
ISTANBUL, Turkey : The United States and Turkey have agreed “in principle” to give air support to some forces from Syria’s mainstream opposition, Turkey’s foreign minister said, in what if confirmed c
DOHA: The GCC on Sunday rejected claims a US-led coalition air campaign against the Islamic State group has failed following advances by extremists in Syria and Iraq.
Beirut: Weakened by years of war, Syria’s government appears ready for the country’s de facto partition, defending strategically important areas and leaving much of the country to rebels and extremist
TEHRAN: A senior Iranian military official told parliament on Sunday the armed forces need a bigger budget to confront the Islamic State group whose influence is growing in neighboring countries.
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