Algerian authorities shut one church because it ‘celebrates non-Muslim worship’
Residents accuse PA, security forces of failing to take action • Shtayyeh: Israel waging ‘campaign of intimidation’
The ongoing violence underscored the challenges to securing lasting peace in Afghanistan even after the United States signed a troop withdrawal agreement with the militant Taliban in February.
Some Gulf Arab states eased anti-virus containment measures with the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan on April 24.
Jerusalem has been focusing on ‘third circle’ threats from Iran while annexation agendas could stir up trouble with Jordan, Egypt and the Gulf at an unhelpful time
"If this is to hurt Iran, you will be hurt also."
The country has been under lockdown since mid-March to rein in an outbreak that has infected 859 people and killed 26.
In the Middle East there has been an increased role of cyber war and cyber security, much as the region is also at the forefront of experiments with new weapon systems.
The Iranian official stated that he did not have any information about the origin of the cyber attack
The move comes after a series of airstrikes targeted Deir Ezzor, Aleppo, Damascus and the Homs Governorate.
A PA security crackdown on rumor mongers also helped curb the spread of fake news, MADA said.
Spike in domestic violence seen during coronavirus lockdown
Schools will open next week, President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday, according to the official presidency website.
Iran's human rights violations and the regime’s criminal actions are often ignored or wrapped up in larger discussions about its other behavior.
Iraq’s new government has won praise from Washington, Tehran and Riyadh, in an unusual display of unity by regional governments that don’t get along.
Recent praise and PFLP work with Tehran in Lebanon may point to increased Iranian support for the group.
The newest outbreak has largely been traced back to a truck driver who did not self-quarantine after being tested negative when he returned to the country
Acting US director of national intelligence Richard Grenell says he spoke "with an influential Lebanese Shiite leader" who is "close" to coming out publicly in favor of decriminalizing homosexuality.
Bank branches attacked with gunfire, petrol bombs.
Fourteen more were wounded during the protest - sparked by growing unhappiness at the distribution allegedly favouring people with political connections, said Gulzaman Nayeb, a local lawmaker.