Hundreds marched in Lebanon’s capital yesterday to mark the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement that has rocked the political elite but has yet to achieve its goal of sweeping reform.
Hundreds marched in Lebanon's capital Saturday to mark the first anniversary of a non-sectarian protest movement that has rocked the political elite but has yet to achieve its goal of sweeping reform.
More than 350 prisoners were freed yesterday on the second and final day of a landmark exchange between the warring sides in Yemen, the International Committee of the Red Cross said.
Long-time foes Lebanon and Israel met on Wednesday for unprecedented talks on their disputed maritime border, a United Nations source said.
Armed with a snorkel mask and a home-made gun shaped like a trident, and dressed in a green sweatshirt and jogging pants, Ashraf al-Amoudi goes hunting every day in the coastal waters of Gaza.?
Palestinian and Israeli human rights groups voiced concern yesterday over the condition of a Palestinian who began a hunger strike 79 days ago against his detention without charge by Israel.
The UN’s Libya envoy yesterday urged rival parties to place the national interest before political ambitions when they meet for talks next month aimed at ending a decade of bloodshed.
Nine more bodies have been recovered after a migrant boat sank off Tunisia, raising the death toll to at least 11 with several still missing, the National Guard said Monday.
Tajik President Emomali Rahmon has won Sunday's presidential election, the Central Election Commission of Tajikistan announced.
A suspected gas explosion flattened a building and shops in a marketplace in southwest Iran on Sunday, killing at least five people, a fire official said, in the latest in a series of fires and blasts, some of which have hit sensitive sites.