Israeli warplanes on Wednesday night raided the Gaza Strip in retaliation for rocket attacks by Islamic Jihad militants, Palestinian and Israeli officials said.
US Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday acknowledged difficulty in promoting peace talks between the Israelis and the Palestinians despite his strenuous efforts for the past year.
At least three policemen were killed and 22 others injured in a traffic accident in central Turkey early on Monday.
Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain are withdrawing their ambassadors from Qatar because Doha has not implemented an agreement among Gulf Arab countries not to interfere in each others' internal affairs.
A Egyptian Urgent Matters Court on Tuesday ordered the seizure of Palestinian Hamas movements' assets in the country, ahead of a final ruling. The recent ban may complicate Egypt's already tense ties with Gaza, where the movement is based。
Benjamin Netanyahu reiterates his long-held distrust of Iran over its nuclear program and called for more pressure against the Islamic republic.
A new voice recording disclosed that Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan allegedly tried to influence the legal process in a case against a media boss.
Iranian military commanders have repeatedly urged the regional states for joint drills as a means and message of convergence.
Thousands of people staged fresh anti-corruption protests Saturday in Turkey's coastal city of Istanbul over a leaked recording that came up earlier this week implicating the country's prime minister.
As the Pakistani security forces mounted pressure on the Taliban militants with targeted air strikes on their hideouts, the Pakistani Taliban on Saturday announced ceasefire for a month.
There were two attempted attacks on Syrian convoys transporting chemical weapons late last month, Syrian authorities told the international mission overseeing the removal and destruction of its toxic arsenal.
State media in Syria says army troops have killed 175 rebels in an ambush south of the capital, Damascus.