Syria's army declared victory over Islamic State on Thursday, saying its capture of the jihadists' last town in the country marked the collapse of their three-year, hard-line reign in the region.
Dozens of royal family members, officials and business executives have been detained in the lavish property.
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Democrats and Republicans both seem intent on satisfying Trump's appetite for action, cognizant that their failure to pass anything by the new year will likely incur his wrath and blame.
After Lebanese Prime Minister resigned while in Riyadh, war of words with Beirut has led to rumors of impending conflict.
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri resigned on Saturday saying he feared assassination from Hezbollah.
As ISIS was pushed from Syrian territory in recent months, there were pictures of women pulling off face veils and smoking previously banned cigarettes.
Gay men in Egypt are frequently arrested and typically charged with debauchery, immorality or blasphemy.
Lebanon is now trying to secure Hariri's safe return to the country.
The Strip has been suffering from major shortages of medications since PA deliveries slowed earlier this year.
Rouhani calls Riyadh's ties to US "a strategic mistake and miscalculation."
Thamer al-Sabhan personifies Saudi Arabia’s fight against the ‘terrorist militia.’
"The region cannot support more turmoil," Egyptian President Sisi told the media when asked if his country intended to take measures against the Shi'ite terror group.
Salman also affirmed Saudi Arabia’s “[commitment to] providing everything that is needed to establish an independent Palestinian state with east Jerusalem as its capital.”
European leaders say they are determined to keep alive the accord, which offered Iran an economic lifeline and opened new investment opportunities for European businesses.
The supply of rockets to the Iran-allied rebel Houthi movement could "constitute an act of war against the Kingdom."
After President Trump decertified the Iran Nuclear Deal in October, a new focus has been placed on whether Tehran is in compliance and how that is monitored.
Trump's first trip abroad as president was to Saudi Arabia, where King Salman gave him a remarkably warm greeting.
There was no immediate comment from the Lebanese government.