Jordan

Jordan teachers vow to fight on for long-promised raises

Earning near the poverty line, striking teachers say it's time for the government to honour its years-old commitment.

Jordan teachers vow to fight on for long-promised raises

Jamal Khashoggi

Saudi Arabia sold building where Khashoggi was killed: Report

Turkish broadcaster says consular building in Istanbul was sold for as little as a third of value more than a month ago.

Saudi Arabia sold building where Khashoggi was killed: Report

Tunisia

Saied, Karoui advance to runoff in Tunisia election

Law professor Saied, imprisoned media mogul Karoui were seen as outsiders before the polls.

Tunisia: Saied, Karoui advance to runoff after topping polls

Qatar 2022

World Cup 2022: A room with a view at Qatar's Al Bayt Stadium

Luxury suites built right inside one of the nine stadiums to host football World Cup matches in Qatar.

World Cup 2022: A room with a view at Qatar's Al Bayt Stadium

Syria's War

10 Iran-backed fighters killed in Syria attack: Report

Air attack hits a weapons depot belonging to armed groups supported by Iran, security officials say.

10 Iran-backed fighters killed in Syria attack: Report

Middle East

Israel elections: Polls in rerun vote open

Benjamin Netanyahu, who promised to annex the Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank, says leftists will 'weaken' Israel.

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

Palestinian sues former Israeli commander Gantz for war crimes

On day of Israeli elections, Dutch court holds hearing to determine if serious contender could face a war crimes case.

Palestinian sues former Israeli commander Gantz for war crimes

Taliban

Taliban delegation visits Iran to 'discuss latest developments'

Iran's foreign ministry spokesman said talks are part of Tehran's 'comprehensive consultations' with all Afghan parties.

Taliban delegation visits Iran to 'discuss latest developments'

Middle East

Analysis: Will Benjamin Netanyahu be re-elected?

Israel's prime minister is competing for his fifth term in office.

Middle East

Saudi oil strikes: Will Gulf 'powder-keg' detonate?

As questions swirl over the Saudi oil attacks, all eyes are on the Middle East to see if tensions finally boil over.

Saudi oil strikes: Will Gulf 'powder-keg' detonate?

AJ Impact

Saudi Aramco pursues IPO planning despite attack damage doubts

Industry sources working on oil giant's IPO tell Reuters there has been no communication from Aramco on any delay.

Saudi Aramco pursues IPO planning despite attack damage doubts

AJ Impact

Saudi Aramco to meet oil commitment to Asian refiners: Report

Several Asian refineries to receive full allocated volumes of crude despite Saudi Aramco attacks, sources tell Reuters.

Saudi Aramco to meet oil commitment to Asian refiners: Report

Middle East

Iran charges three detained Australians with spying

Judiciary spokesman says the trio arrested in Iran was charged in two separate cases and awaiting trial.

Iran charges three detained Australians with spying

Middle East

Trump says he would 'certainly like to avoid' war with Iran

Trump says it 'certainly' looks like Iran was behind Saudi Arabia oil plants attacks, but US wants 'definitive' proof.

Trump says he would 'certainly like to avoid' war with Iran

AJ Impact

Oil prices dip as questions linger over Saudi production

Prices retreated slightly in Asia after a record rally on Monday following attacks on Saudi oil facilities.

Oil prices dip as questions linger over Saudi production