Gibraltar's Supreme Court on Thursday approved the immediate release of Grace 1, an Iranian oil tanker seized off the country's coast last month, despite 11th-hour efforts by the United States to block it.
Rana Nawas built her career on solving problems. As an Oxford-educated engineer she forged a highly successful career, plying her trade with companies like GE Capital, McKinsey & Company, as well as the Dubai government.
The oil tanker is due to leave Gibraltar later on Sunday, Iran's ambassador to the UK says.
A Houthi spokesman called it the “biggest attack in the depths” of the kingdom, the world’s top oil exporter, but a Saudi official said the attack ...
Jailed Saudi women's rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul has rejected a release deal that would have granted her freedom in exchange for denying ...
The fighter jet is reported to have been brought down during fighting in rebel-held Idlib province.
The social anthropologist's alleged detention comes amid high tensions between Iran and the UK.
Yemeni separatists have taken control of the strategic city of Aden after days of fighting with forces backing the internationally recognized government.
Mevan Babakar meets Egbert, the "kind man" who bought her a bike when she lived at a refugee camp.
Police say Nora Quoirin's parents identified a body found in the jungle as their missing daughter.
Two hundred Christchurch mosque attack survivors and relatives of those slain have arrived in Mecca at the invitation of Saudi King Salman. They say ...
The women in Lebanon fighting for custody rights against religious courts.
The move, by southern rebels, risks splintering a Saudi-led coalition that back the government.
The government no longer has a foothold in two of the country’s most important cities, even though it is internationally recognized.
Lebanon's leading English daily newspaper published a blank issue on Thursday with a list of political and economic woes that have gripped the ...
Israeli forces said the men had been armed with assault rifles, anti-tank missiles and hand grenades, one of which was thrown.
A Canadian national who was detained by the Syrian government for months has been released and appeared at a press conference in Beirut on Friday. "I thought I was going to be there forever," he said.
Lebanese security officials helped negotiate the release of Kristian Lee Baxter, who had traveled to Syria last year in search of adventure.