CAIRO: A court in Egypt has sentenced an icon of its 2011 revolt to five years in prison after a retrial.
BENGHAZI, Libya: Libya’s internationally recognized government has said it will end all contracts with companies from Turkey, a country it has accused of supporting a rival administration.
Tehran: A senior Iranian official in talks on the country’s disputed nuclear program has said differences remain on key questions at the ongoing negotiations in Geneva, state media reported Monday.
ABOARD THE CHARLES DE GAULLE: A French aircraft carrier launched operations in the Gulf as Paris stepped up its participation in the US-led military campaign against the Islamic State group.
A large-scale military operation, led by the US and strongly backed by the anti-Islamic State coalition, including the Arab states, will defeat the militant organization, said Gen. Lloyd J.
BAGHDAD: In a new propaganda video, the Islamic State terror group claims to have beheaded at least 21 captured Kurdish Peshmerga soldiers in Iraq.
CAIRO: Militants claiming loyalty to Islamic State said they were behind attacks on the residence of the Iranian ambassador in Tripoli and the eastern Labraq airport, a group statement on Twitter said
RAMALLAH, West Bank: Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has threatened to stop security coordination with Israel if the country continues to withhold millions of dollars of Palestinian tax revenue, a
LONDON: Three UK students who left to fight alongside militants from the Islamic State have reportedly crossed into Syria, British newspaper The Telegraph reported Sunday.
CAIRO: Egypt’s president said Sunday that the need for a joint Arab military force is growing every day as the region faces the threat of Islamic militancy.
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