Ankara: The Turkish parliament on Friday passed a stripped down version of its controversial homeland security bill that has enraged the opposition, after a 16-hour debate that lasted all night.
The Kingdom Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar and Kuwait today issued the following statement:
SHARM EL SHEIKH: Arab foreign ministers meeting in Egypt have agreed on the formation of a joint military force, the Arab League's chief and the Egyptian foreign minister said.
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia has no immediate plans to launch ground operations inside Yemen but its forces and those of its allies are ready to do so if needed, the military spokesman of the operation said.<
ISTANBUL: Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has accused Iran of trying to dominate the Middle East and said its efforts have begun annoying Ankara, as well as Saudi Arabia and Gulf countries.
RIYADH: The first wave of Saudi-led air raids against Houthi terrorists in Yemen was “successful,” the coalition said, vowing to press on with the intervention until unspecified goals are reached.
WASHINGTON: Iraq’s Shiite militias have withdrawn from the forefront of an offensive to recapture Tikrit from Islamic State fighters, allowing Baghdad government troops to take the lead, a top US gene
TUNIS: Tunisia said Thursday that it had arrested 23 suspects in connection with last week’s massacre at the country’s national museum.
TUNIS: It was a flood of messages from concerned friends abroad that alerted the president of Tunisia’s Star Wars fan club that the sets of his beloved film were under attack by militants — at least a
JERUSALEM: The long-running conflict with Israel claimed the lives of more Palestinian civilians in 2014 than any year since 1967, the United Nations said Thursday, in a damning report on the humanita
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