An official from the United Arab Emirates condemned the leak of the demands, calling it an “attempt to undermine serious mediation.”
The assault began with a suicide car bomb outside the base just before the start of the morning’s rush hour.
As ground forces advance, airstrikes intensify, and residents trapped in the city suffer the consequences, an official said.
The demands risked pulling other powers deeper into the rift by calling on the country to shut down a Turkish military base and to downgrade its ties ...
Radwan Ziadeh, a dissident who faced persecution in Syria, has been denied asylum because of a measure that targets even groups the United States supports.
Recently the United States has shot down a Syrian warplane, came close to shooting another and downed two Iranian-made drones that were nearing American-backed troops.
One report, by the Associated Press, also found that U.S. forces participated in interrogations of prisoners in Yemen.
Israel says the Palestinian Authority is starving Hamas and the coastal enclave of electricity.
In the last square mile the Islamic State controls, residents are bracing for the militants’ last stand.
Many in the region have parents with different citizenship. They now face difficult decisions.
Syrian Democratic Forces have made swift progress, but rights groups worry about civilians still trapped in the city.
In Doha, food shortages and split families are among the “unintended consequences” of the dispute between Qatar and a Saudi-led bloc.
Residents will still only get four hours of electricity a day, as Gaza's power crisis continues.
The episode is a blow to the city’s cultural heritage and its plethora of ancient sites that have been damaged or destroyed during three years of ...
Intense gunbattles broke out in the Islamic State’s last redoubt.
ISIS calls for attacks on Europe, U.S., Russia, Middle East, Asia during Ramadan.
Secret boats, a special warship cell and diplomacy figured in the capture of Abu Khattala, a court hears.
The surprise move could have with deep ramifications for the monarchy and the broader Middle East.