The US blacklisted two Iranian government agencies and several officials on Tuesday, accusing them of rights abuses.
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President Erdogan and Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani did however sign 15 agreements to boost economic ties.
Israeli defence minister says barrier includes hundreds of cameras, radar and other sensors over a stretch of 65km.
The coalition conducts attacks in Yemen after Houthis launch ballistic missiles and drones into Saudi Arabia.
Saudi and US officials told the Wall Street Journal the kingdom is woefully low on missiles used to intercept attacks.
The 3,500-year old clay tablet was looted from an Iraqi museum during the 1991 Gulf War.
Zaki, who was arrested in Cairo in February 2020, still faces trial next year on charges of ‘spreading fake news’.
In significant change, the UAE says Friday afternoon, Saturday and Sunday will form the new weekend.
Iraqi military says a motorcycle rigged with explosives caused the blast which killed four and wounded four others.
Puppets, artists and an Algerian father-and-son team bringing creative joy to their community.
The deal is part of Saudi Arabia’s drive to sell assets and use the money to fund new industries.
Israel’s designation of Palestinian NGOs as terrorist does not reflect reality but it does much damage.
Syria’s military says several Israeli missiles struck the container area at Latakia port, setting some of them on fire.
Turkish leader calls on Cypriot authorities to secure houses of worship or prepare to ‘pay for such acts’.