Rebel officials said that no official explanation had been given for the move this month following the jihadist assault.
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Jordan's king and Egypt's president discuss stalemate in Middle East peace, say two-state solution is not up for compromise.
Iraqi forces took control of eastern Mosul last month from ISIS, but the west remains in the hands of entrenched extremists.
A court awarded Raba’a Ali Satal $162,000 in compensation after her Israeli Arab husband was killed in a road accident. The Finance Ministry claims the state is the rightful owner.
Party officials say that while Barghouti's prominence cannot be disputed, he cannot be appointed to an operational role while he is in prison.
International Atomic Energy Agency head Yukiya Amano says his organization was 'in constant touch' with the U.S., but has yet to hear from Trump administration on their concerns.
In light of the threat from Sinai, Egypt has deployed 20,000-25,000 soldiers to the area, far exceeding the amount allowed by the Israel-Egyptian peace accords. But with Israel's blessing and intelligence cooperation, Wilayet Sinai's 1,000 fighters are on the back foot.
Exclusive Kerry Offered Netanyahu Regional Peace Plan in Secret 2016 Summit With al-Sissi, King Abdullah
Kerry's outline included Arab recognition of Israel as a Jewish state. Netanyahu claimed he couldn't get his coalition to back it.
The delegitimization, if not criminalization, of any opposition – political, media or cultural – by Turkey's ruling party coincides with a crucial referendum on expanding presidential power even further.