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RIYADH Technical hitches limited the death tolls in three suicide attacks in Saudi Arabia but the apparent coordination of the blasts suggests insurgents have the...

JUBA People emerged from makeshift shelters in South Sudan’s capital on Tuesday after a ceasefire silenced days of heavy fighting that has threatened to destabilise...

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM The Israeli parliament finalised a controversial law compelling NGOs that receive most of their funding from foreign state entities to declare it in...

TEHERAN A year ago, a landmark nuclear deal with world powers led jubilant Iranians to dream of an end to isolation and economic hardship, but...

BETHLEHEM (Palestine) It was hidden for decades at the church on the site where Jesus Christ is believed to have been born until conservationists uncovered...

MISRATA (Libya) Libyan forces allied with the UN-backed government have been shelling and carrying out air strikes on the centre of Sirte city in a...

BAGHDAD US forces will move advisers and other staff to an Iraqi airfield recaptured from Daish to help locals organise a push on Mosul, the...

OCCUPIED JERUSALEM Israel’s government late on Sunday approved nearly $13 million in financing for the West Bank settlements of Kiryat Arba and within Hebron, officials...

SIRTE (Libya) When western officials cajoled Libya’s warring factions to support a unity government this year, they said it was a chance for the rival...

JUBA Heavy fighting erupted in South Sudan’s capital on Sunday as former rebels and government soldiers exchanged fire two days after gun battles left at...