SAMARRA, Iraq: A bombing and a shooting killed four soldiers and four police yesterday, security and medical officials said a day after 33 people were killed in attacks
MOSCOW: The Russian Defense Ministry denied reports Friday that the country is sending three warships carrying some 360 marines total to the Syrian port of Tartus.
BEIRUT: The unsteady, hand-held video shows several bloodied prisoners, one in boxer shorts, being led into a noisy outdoor crowd and placed against a wall.
CAIRO: Egypt's prime minister-designate pledged yesterday that his new 35-member Cabinet would be a "people's government" and called on Egyptians to rally behind it and the nation's newly elected pres
WASHINGTON: Congress voted Wednesday to slap sanctions on Iran's energy, shipping and financial industries, convinced that increasing the economic pressure on Tehran
UNITED NATIONS: The “main battle” for the Syrian city of Aleppo is about to start, a top UN official said Thursday, highlighting the spiralling violence in t
ALEPPO: Syrian rebels shelled yesterday an air base being used by regime forces to pound the northern city of Aleppo, as a rights watchdog reported 43 people killed in a
Egypt’s new Prime Minister Hisham Qandil will hold a meeting with members of his government tomorrow to discuss the next steps on seeking an International Monetary
BAGHDAD: Attacks in Iraq killed 17 people on Thursday, including four members of a family who were murdered with knives, security and medical officials said.
UNITED NATIONS: Kofi Annan is quitting as UN-Arab League peace envoy for Syria, UN leader Ban Ki-moon announced Thursday, as the civil war spiralled further out of control.
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