Yemeni forces loyal to exiled Yemeni President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi drive in the streets of the city of Aden on Saturday. The Yemeni army has recruited 4,800 southern fighters following a presidential decision to integrate loyalist militiamen who helped push Iran-backed rebels out of second city Aden, a military official said. (AFP PHOTO / SALEH AL-OBEIDI)
ADEN: Warplanes from the Saudi-led coalition hit Yemen rebel positions Saturday as reinforcements reached pro-government forces preparing for an anticipated advance toward the capital, military source
CAIRO: An Egyptian court sentenced three Al-Jazeera reporters to three years in prison on Saturday, in a shock ruling following global demands for their acquittal.
PARIS: The Paris prosecutor’s office and a lawyer for Morocco’s King Mohammad VI say two French journalists have been arrested in France for allegedly trying to blackmail the monarch.
BAGHDAD: Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi on Friday ordered military commanders to make it easier for civilians to get into Baghdad’s fortified Green Zone while improving access to streets across
BEIRUT: Syria’s Al-Qaeda offshoot and other rebel groups advanced Friday toward a military airport that is the last remaining government-held facility in the northwestern province of Idlib, a monitor
CAIRO: An Egyptian court sentenced to death 12 members of Daesh for planning attacks against police and soldiers in the country, a judicial official said.
ZUWARA, Libya: Libya recovered 105 bodies after a boat packed with migrants sank in the Mediterranean Sea and said almost 100 more people were missing and feared dead.
DOHA: Qatar Airways was shamed into relaxing its policy of sacking cabin crew for getting pregnant or marrying in their first five years of employment, a labor federation said Thursday, while welcomin
BAGHDAD: A Daesh suicide bomber killed two Iraqi army generals on Thursday as they led forces against terror group’s positions in the turbulent Anbar province west of Baghdad, military officials said.
BEIRUT: The Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah and allied Christian politicians boycotted a Cabinet meeting on Thursday, a sign of rising political tensions that have paralyzed Prime Minister Tammam Sala
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