The country that sparked the Arab Spring now takes a bold move for gender equality, led by its 90-year-old president
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In just three months, cholera has killed nearly 2,000 people and infected more than half a million, one of the world’s largest outbreaks in the past 50 years
If Iraqi Kurds vote for independence next month, Iran and Turkey could launch an invasion, while Israel and the U.S. may be forced to sit on the sidelines to protect ties with Ankara
Russia's ambassador to Sudan, Mirgayas Shirinsky, was found dead in his swimming pool in Khartoum. The first of the sixth was found dead at the Russian Consulate in New York the morning of Trump's election
Qatar returns its envoy to Iran for first time since 2016; Qatar maintained oil and gas ties with Iran throughout three-month diplomatic crisis with Gulf states over the former's support of groups such as Hamas
The caller to the Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County on Tuesday morning reportedly said there would be an explosion in the building in 20 minutes
A severe electricity shortage in Gaza leaves residents with as little as four hours of power a day in the sweltering summer heat. Who gets electricity and when?
Christopher Cantwell, highlighted in viral documentary about white supremacist march on Charlottesville, appeared crying in a YouTube video, saying he's 'terrified you're going to kill me'
A celebration of Oman's cultural diversity of Arab, African, and Asian roots intertwined by the summer rain clouds
Reform, Conservative, and Reconstructionist movements say they will not arrange the annual conference call ahead of Jewish High Holidays