Assassinations, shootings and bombings in the Ain al-Hilweh camp in southern Lebanon are aimed at showing that Fatah and other Palestinian factions are losing control.
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The war in Syria doesn't factor in the popular new augmented reality game. It slogs on, taking the form also of aerial bombardments by U.S. forces.
The investigation, confirmed by Turkey's justice minister, reflects what some critics say are increasing restrictions on expression in the wake of the failed rebellion.
The goal to uproot ISIS from Afghanistan, an assault that will see American troops back on the battlefield, takes on new urgency in the wake of a deadly suicide bombing.
While no group claimed responsibility for the attack, security forces and public areas, mainly in Shi'ite neighborhoods, are one of ISIS' frequent targets.
As Erdogan tightens his grip, the legacy of the leader who became the symbol of secularism is fading, the military elite is crumbling and fear is spreading in the academy.
Tunnel uncovered near Pakistan border where security forces have clashed with militants possibly affiliated with Al-Qaida.
The volunteer, identified as Levi Jonathan Shirley, was killed by a land mine in northern Syria, his family says.
The three-story Abdali Mall is seen as a trailblazer in conserving what resource-poor Jordan lacks most — water and energy. It’s also part of a growing movement to build with local materials.
This is his first decree since imposing a state of emergency after a failed military coup. Nephew of Muslim cleric and Erdogan rival Gulen detained.