The police’s actions have sparked a debate over the right of Israel’s Arab minority to protest publicly.
The move was among the strongest international responses to Monday’s bloodshed along Israel’s border with blockaded Gaza.
Tuesday marked the anniversary of Israel’s creation, which Palestinians call the “Catastrophe.”
The election will determine how Iraq’s next government aligns in a region marked by fierce global rivalries.
Writer and artist Mohammed Mrabet knew Paul Bowles, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac and other famous American writers. Now, he lives in obscurity.
Rights groups have slammed a "smear campaign" against Saudi women's rights activists who were arrested last week and accused of treason by local media outlets close to the Saudi government.
Russian President Vladimir Putin told Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Thursday that "foreign armed forces" would leave Syria, according to Syria's state-run news agency, SANA.
Thousands of Palestinians gathered Tuesday for the grim task of burying the 60 protesters killed by Israeli troops at the Gaza border, as Israel faced international condemnation over the deaths.
Monday highlighted just how far the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has strayed into the disjointed, the absurd, and the hopeless, CNN's Ben Wedeman ...
Palestinians mourned Tuesday in Gaza following the deadliest day there since 2014, as Gaza and Israel braced for another day of demonstrations.
The clash in Deir al-Zour left 43 militants from the Islamic State dead, the Russian Defense Ministry said.
A recent crackdown on women's rights activists in Saudi Arabia has cast doubt over a much-touted reform agenda led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman was embroiled in controversy Tuesday after being photographed receiving an aerial image of Jerusalem that was edited to include an artist's impression of a Third Temple, instead of the Al-Aqsa Mosque and Dome ...
Abu-Sitta first went to Gaza as a medical student in the 1980s. He has returned several times to treat the injured there.
Israeli forces killed dozens of Palestinians in clashes at the Gaza border Monday in the deadliest day there since the 2014 war, as the US opened ...
Votes are being counted after Iraq's weekend parliamentary election, and at first glance it appears that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's coalition lags behind those of two other influential Shia leaders.
The onetime rabble-rouser may now choose Iraq’s next leader.
Another 2,700 were reportedly injured in the clashes, making it the bloodiest day since the 2014 Israel-Gaza war.
President Trump, in a video message, pledged support for Middle East peace efforts but did not offer any new outreach.
Fewer than 45 percent of eligible voters cast ballots, despite predictions that the recent defeat of the Islamic State would lead to a surge in participation.
Hadi al-Ameri has fought for and most recently commanded a militia armed and trained by Iran.