Terrified civilians flee the fighting, some toward government lines, while others head deeper into ISIS-held parts of the city.
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On the surface, bad blood between the two regional powers is as strong as ever, but Kuwait and Oman are leading efforts to heal rift.
Yaqoub Shaheen from Bethlehem beats Yemeni and Israeli Arab in final round of massively popular talent show. 'A national historic day for Palestine,' says viewer in Gaza.
It isn't the first dispatch sent by the former Iranian president, who can count Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama among his pen pals.
Moshe Ya'alon and Benny Gantz are defending themselves a few days before the state comptroller releases a report on 2014's Operation Protective Edge.
Navy ships, submarines and helicopters will take part in the drills across an area of about 772,000 square miles after White House put Tehran 'on notice.'
Prime minister says strikes were a retaliation for recent increase of ISIS attacks in Baghdad.
Jordan's king and Egypt's president discuss stalemate in Middle East peace, say two-state solution is not up for compromise.
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.