Jordanian authorities have been shown Kamal Abu Latayaf's prescription for the painkiller Tramadex, even a version translated into Arabic, but the issue has reached the Foreign Ministry while he remains in prison.
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Offensive near to Euphrates dam, in danger of collapsing, comes amid gains against ISIS in major city of Mosul.
Hamas suspects collaborators with Israel of assassination, but closure does not affect goods entering Gaza.
The referendum that could give the president sweeping powers has already badly strained relations between Turkey and several European countries.
Allow movement between the West Bank and Gaza, reopen the airport, build a port and let the Palestinians develop tourism in the Jordan Valley. These are just a few of the recommendations in two new studies.
U.S. Navy commanders accused Iran of jeopardizing international navigation by 'harassing' warships passing through the Strait of Hormuz and said future incidents could result in miscalculation and lead to an armed clash.
Sabareen Zabidat, from Sakhnin in northern Israel, moved to Syria and then to Mosul in Iraq with her husband and three kids before fleeing back to Turkey.
Ahlam al-Tamimi was imprisoned in Israel for her role in the bombing of a Sbarro Pizza restaurant, and now faces charges in the U.S.
While the U.S. and U.K. cite security concerns for banning large electronics from passenger carry-on, some smell a business conspiracy of sabotage.