A weekly selection of opinions and analyses from the Arab media around the world.
"Hate-filled speeches and end-runs around negotiations take us nowhere," US Envoy tells UN Security Council.
The Israeli envoy claimed that the Islamic republic currently has more than "three thousand of its own Iranian Revolutionary Guard" in Syria.
Jordan, which has a large Palestinian population, plays a key role in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The airstrike took place on January 20th in As-Shafah, Syria and details about it emerged on Tuesday night.
"Trump urged Turkey to exercise caution and to avoid any actions that might risk conflict between Turkish and American forces."
Syrian experts reported on Monday that President Bashar Assad’s regime conducted a fresh chemical-warfare attack.
"It's like winning a medal, it’s like going to the Olympics and your team for the first time wins the bronze medal or the silver medal".
Almost three in four Afghans who return home after seeking sanctuary abroad are forced to flee again due to fresh fighting.
"I believe Trump wants peace, but he's trying a different way, maybe. That I don't understand."
Bad weather, including heavy rain, has hampered Turkey's offensive. Heavy clouds have hindered air support, limiting advances and Kurdish militia have retaken some territory.
Candidates challenging Sisi have described sweeping efforts to kill off their campaigns before they begin.
“Renewing the negotiations is dependent on goodwill expressed by both parties,” said King Abdullah of Jordan.
The Kurdish Afrin region is being targeted in an assault by the Turkish army.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility but the Taliban, seeking to reimpose Islamic rule after their 2001 ouster, issued a statement denying involvement.
Khalid Batarfi called Muislims to “attack the Jews and the Americans everywhere” in response to rcent US decision to recognise Jerusalem as the Israeli capital.
U.S. officials say Hezbollah is funded not just by Iran but by global networks of people, businesses and money laundering operations.
The number of people killed in military operations in the country in two days rises to 30.
The KRI has been facing a severe economic crisis since 2014 after the Iraqi central government stopped paying the region’s share of the budget.
Turkey's four-day-old campaign aims to crush US-backed Kurdish YPG fighters in an air and ground offensive on Syria's Afrin region and has opened a new front in Syria's multi-sided civil war.