Syrian state TV reports 13 military personnel killed, 3 others wounded in attack during rush hour in Damascus.
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Israel moving towards ‘over-policing and surveillance’ under pretext of curbing high crime rate, Palestinians say.
Ankara blasts the European Commission report as based on ‘unfair criticisms and baseless claims’.
Beirut blast judge continues to pursue political leaders despite Lebanese politicians trying to remove him.
Hundreds of Iraq’s Hashd al-Shaabi supporters protest against ‘fraud’ and call for a recount of the October 10 vote.
Aid groups say poor water infrastructure and climate change exacerbating existing humanitarian crisis in Syria.
Without international support, more children who bear no responsibility for the crisis will die, UN agency warns.
Dozens wounded and arrested in Israeli raids on Palestinians at Damascus Gate and in surrounding areas.
The upgrade in economic growth to 4.1 from 4 percent is mainly due to rapid vaccine roll-outs in parts of the region.
The connection would happen through an underwater cable that carries electricity across the Mediterranean sea.
Biden administration is having to balance opposition to President Bashar al-Assad with ‘realistic’ goals, experts say.
Politicians also vote against adding six seats to represent diaspora and reject quota for women MPs.
Ankara summons envoys over joint call for release of Osman Kavala, who has been jailed without conviction since 2017.
No casualties reported as magnitude 6 earthquake struck cities across several countries in the Eastern Mediterranean.