Cairo court expected to announce verdict in retrial of journalists Baher Mohamed, Mohamed Fahmy, and Peter Greste.
Khaled Bahah along with six officials visits several districts in port city weeks after it was cleared of Houthi rebels.
Thousands attend rallies in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem after occupied West Bank arson attack and Gay Pride march stabbings.
Countries issue joint statement as protests are held in the UK and migrants continue to risk lives crossing Eurotunnel.
New York Times says US vice president is "actively exploring" 2016 candidacy at the urging of his son, who died in May.
By Ma’an News Agency | – – BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Thousands of Palestinians on Saturday attended the funeral of Laith al-Khaldi, 17, who was killed by Israeli forces during clashes near the…
The public jeering of champion Aboriginal footballer Adam Goodes has forced Australians to confront racial prejudices.
Death of 18-month-old baby has left Palestinians feeling helpless as other members of family fight for their lives.
Jen Marlowe reports from the Palestinian village of Duma, where Israeli settlers had poured flammable liquid into the window of the Dawabsheh home and then tossed molotov cocktails inside burning 18-month old Ali Dawabsheh to death.Show More Summary
The Lebanese ministerial committee charged with finding a solution for the waste management crisis in Beirut and Mount Lebanon has failed so far to find an acceptable alternative for the Naameh landfill that was closed on July 17 and is contemplating exporting the garbage to Germany, Asharq al-Awsat newspaper reported on Saturday. Show More Summary
Aviation experts will try to establish whether debris found on island comes from Boeing 777 which disappeared March 8, 2014 with 239 onboard
A wing fragment suspected to be part of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 arrived in France for analysis
Zimbabwe is suspending the hunting of lions, leopards and elephants in the area where a dentist from Minnesota killed a popular lion named Cecil
Researcher says readings show lion known as Jericho making normal movements
The Doors — When The Music’s Over, live in Copenhagen, 1968. What a long strange trip its been, eh? I’m so thankful to Jane for allowing me to host Late Night/Late Late Night lo these past many years. I’d also like to thank Tut for stepping up and hosting so I didn’t have to host...
In his magnum opus War and Peace (1869), Russian literary genius Leo Tolstoy eloquently underplayed the impact of singular leaders (think of Napoleon Bonaparte) on the dialectical flow of history. Preempting the social scientists ofShow More Summary
Ryan Henseler Security, Asia U.S. officials believe that the J-31 will immediately match or exceed the capabilities fourth generation fighters such as the F-15 Strike Eagle, and could possibly even compete with the F-22. Throughout its...Show More Summary
Nearly a decade ago, on the day Etgar Keret’s son was born, a Palestinian militant blew himself up at the entrance to a mall north of Tel Aviv, killing five people. The bombing occurred shortly after Keret’s wife went into labor. So at the hospital, the excitement of his son’s birth fused with the tragedy. Show More Summary
It's now a safe bet that people have been swearing at cats for 2,000 years. Officials at the Gloucester City Museum in England have found an ancient roof tile with the telltale paw prints of a feline being somewhere it wasn't supposed to be, reports the Telegraph. They can...
His name is Bailey Matthews. He's an 8-year-old boy in UK who has cerebral palsy, and images of him completing a triathlon have gone viral, reports CBS News and Today.com. Bailey ditched his walker near the finish line and got there on his own, despite falling twice. The Doncaster...