A man killed six employees at an education department office in Saudi Arabia, the interior ministry said.
PM al-Maktoum names eight women as he reveals his latest cabinet line-up of 29 ministers.
Hassan Khomeini, the first member of the Khomeini family to register for polls, lost an appeal to the body against a ban
'The kidnapping of the Qatari hunters dealt a painful blow to the reputation of all the southern areas of Iraq.'
Biggest challenge now is clearing of mines so residents can return, says Anbar governor.
Sheikh Maktoum says the job of happiness minister will be to "align and drive govt policy to create social good".
A car tried to ram into the police officer's club in the area, but was stopped by the guards.
Premier to lead a high-level delegation to Qatar on a two-day visit.
IS says the bomb was affixed to the vehicle by one of its members.
Govt troops and allies have encircled the countryside north of Aleppo, cut off supply route linking the city to Turkey
Foreign minister warns that Saudi or other foreign troops entering his country would “return home in wooden coffins".
Regime troops encircle Aleppo, trap militants with their supply line to Turkey severed.
Political crisis between Kingdom and Iran "has nothing to do at all" with the Haj pilgrimage, said Saudi minister.
Among those drumming up donations was Malala, who is campaigning for $1.4 billion to help educate children.
Ashraf Fayadh was detained by the country's religious police in 2013 in Abha.
A special court for terrorism cases found him guilty of using the accounts to “call for protests and spread chaos".
Some 700,000 Syrian children living in refugee camps are out of school, says a Malala Fund report.
Commuters kept out of Ramallah after checkpoint shooting wounds three soldiers.
Nine members of child's family were wounded.
Remains of over 4,500-year-old ancient funerary boat found.
“We live─ but that's only because we're not dead,” says Samir, who became wheelchair-bound after being shot in 2008.