Iraqi forces took control of eastern Mosul last month from ISIS, but the west remains in the hands of entrenched extremists.
Security sources say the detonated vehicle was parked in a crowded street full of garages and used car dealers.
In the liberated parts of Mosul, signs of normal life are reappearing. But ISIS' loss of Iraq foothold is an opportunity for Iran to expand its influence.
Taking a more diplomatic approach, Foreign Ministry asks United States to reconsider the measure.
While the Islamic State group continues to suffer defeats in Iraq and Syria, its counterpart in Sinai is becoming increasingly active – much to Hamas’ annoyance.
Iraqi, Yemeni passengers barred from Egyptian flight to New York; all six held valid visas but were kept off an EgyptianAir flight.
Rebel officials said that no official explanation had been given for the move this month following the jihadist assault.
Jordan's king and Egypt's president discuss stalemate in Middle East peace, say two-state solution is not up for compromise.
'A Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital, and the just settlement of refugees and just sharing water resources,' said the Saudi Foreign Minister after meeting his counterpart in Rome.
Speakers at Tehran confab, at a time when hopes for a two-state solution wane, stress Tehran's support of Palestinian struggle – a cause of concern among Fatah leaders in Ramallah.
Anyone caught entering Israel illegally via occupied territories would be forced to pay about 5,000 shekels to hire private firm for every court hearing.
Anas Haj Yahiya of the town of Taibeh, who is said to have sworn allegiance to ISIS, is accused of consenting through a contact who claimed to be in Gaza to plan to bomb a bus on Dizengoff Street.
Israeli settlers are doing all they can to prevent the Jabaris from cultivating their six acres. The Israeli army helped out.
For three days, some 20,000 Saudis decked out in costumes and face paint attended Saudi Arabia's first-ever Comic Con, celebrating a culture which until now had been largely underground in the Islamic Kingdom.
A Revolutionary Guard official says the tests show the Islamic republic is 'ready to give a crushing respond to any threat.'
Members killed by drone were planning a rocket attack at Israel, ISIS-aligned news agency reports.