A few days ago, the last denizens of the IS 'caliphate' were crammed into a chaotic encampment on the edge of Baghouz.
Israeli officials say white supremacist Brenton Tarrant stayed in the country for nine days in October 2016.
NYT report alleges MBS' 'secret campaign' included surveillance, kidnapping, detention, torture of Saudis.
Attack comes at a sensitive time ahead of Israel’s April 9 elections.
The kingdom's head of the human rights commission sees such demands as "interference in domestic affairs".
US refers to Golan Heights as "Israeli-controlled" instead of "Israeli-occupied" in it latest human rights report.
The latest annual human rights report now calls the area the “Israeli-controlled Golan Heights”.
Official statement says "inclusion was made despite UAE's close cooperation with EU on this issue".
Thousands handed themselves over on Tuesday, after a deluge of fire hit the IS encampment the previous night.
Shia-majority Iraq is walking a fine line to maintain good relations with its key partners Iran and the US.
Sushma Swaraj calls for "an immediate irreversible and verifiable action to dismantle terror infrastructure".
Children as young as eight have been raped in Taez, a war-hit city in Yemen.
Statement by Foreign Office lauds the Kingdom's armed forces for timely intercepting and destroying the drone.
PM Khan underscores the role of "important brotherly countries" like Iran to help resolve strained Pak-India relations.
Security officials in Gaza say the strikes had not caused any casualties.
“Russian patrols start outside of Idlib, Turkish forces patrol demilitarised zone,” says Turkish defence minister.
Decision comes after pressure from Riyadh and other listed jurisdictions not to be blacklisted.
Veiled women carrying babies and wounded men on crutches hobbled out of the last militant village in eastern Syria.
Address in mid-2018 appeared to forecast European difficulties in honouring pledges to protect trade with Iran.
“I am not the first or the last journalist to be detained,” says Mahmoud Abu Zaid, popularly known as “Shawkan”.
Decision driven by "global efforts to increase efficiency and effectiveness of diplomatic engagements,” says State Dept.