Since a 2011 uprising, the Gulf country has arrested thousands of protesters and reportedly tortured prisoners.
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Mohammed Ali Khabisa, 27, was shot in the head by Israeli live fire in Beita during protest against illegal settlements.
The investment discussions provide further evidence of a turnaround in ties between the two countries.
The UN human rights office says the death toll is ‘certainly an under-count’ due to a strict methodology used.
President’s latest move to extend power is a threat to democracy that’s likely to spur political unrest, observers say.
Nightly student protests across Turkey against unaffordable rents are a sign of a wider cost of living crisis.
Amin Shweiki, 61, refuses to take insulin injections in protest against months-long detention without trial or charge.
Leaders of Germany, Nigeria, Pakistan and Japan among speakers as annual gathering continues.
Proposed bill calls for ‘robust oversight’ on US aid to Israel, but Palestinian rights group says it falls short.
US House lawmakers overwhelmingly approve bill that would provide additional funding for Israeli missile defence system.
Turkish president says Ankara is willing to work with Taliban if the armed group formed a more encompassing government.
Turkey’s central bank slashed interest rates by a full percentage point to 18 percent.
Saied has held nearly total power since July 25 when he sacked the PM and suspended parliament.