ANKARA: Turkey’s prime minister shouted an anti-Israel slur as he was mobbed by angry protesters at the site of a deadly mine blast this week, local media reported Friday.
TEHRAN: Around 1,000 Iranians staged a rally on Friday to demand that the government fully enforce obligatory rules that women be veiled in public.
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SANAA, Yemen: Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi said Thursday that his country is in an “open war” with Al-Qaeda as one of the country’s largest offensive against the terro
SOMA: Women sang laments and swayed with grief Thursday over the graves of relatives killed in Turkey’s worst mining disaster, even as more hearses pulled up and backhoes dug more graves arou
LONDON: US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Thursday the US and other nations supporting the Syrian opposition agree that Bashar Assad’s planned presidential election is a “farce” because tens of
RAMALLAH: Palestinians in the West Bank clashed with Israeli forces Thursday, the 66th anniversary of the Nakba or “catastrophe” of the Jewish state’s creation when 760,000 Palestinians fled their hom
CAIRO: The main lawyers representing Australian journalist Peter Greste and another Al-Jazeera reporter on trial in Cairo quit in court on Thursday, accusing the broadcaster of working against Egypt.<
BEIRUT: Saudi Arabia and other Gulf governments have lifted an unofficial ban on travel to Lebanon, boosting prospects for the summer tourism season, Lebanon’s tourism minister told AFP on Thursday.
CAIRO: Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, the general who ousted an elected president and is set to become Egypt’s next head of state, called on the United States to help fight terrorism to avoid the crea
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