Court says the two islands, Sanafir and Tiran, are Egyptian — contrary to the government's claim that they were given to Egypt in the 1950s. Landmark verdict could increase tensions with the Gulf kingdom.
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The delegation will press the Assad regime on violations of the cease-fire in Kazakhstan at the end of the month, officials say.
Islamic State group leads largest attack on Syrian regime positions in Deir al-Zor, an area that links ISIS-held territory in Syria and Iraq.
The coffee houses, many of them opened by European immigrants, helped shape a new class structure and bring the country into modernity.
Coordinator in the territories Maj. Gen Yoav Mordechai says Israel supplies Gaza with 122 megawatts of power and 350 million liters of fuel on an ongoing basis.
Iran, which has not directly purchased a Western-built plane in nearly 40 years, has ordered 100 from Airbus, 80 from Boeing and 20 from ATR.
The perceived success of massive attacks by ISIS and Kurdish groups in Turkey could spur disenfranchised entities to join the terrorist ranks – including the lone assailants that Israel is so familiar with.
ISIS says four fighters undertook the shootout, which killed nine people on Sunday; security sources say perpetrators were Jordanian nationals.
Parliamentarians trade blows during debate on controversial constitutional reforms that could leave President Erdogan in office through 2029.