Rights groups have slammed a "smear campaign" against Saudi women's rights activists who were arrested last week and accused of treason by local media outlets close to the Saudi government.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian woman imprisoned in Tehran, is likely to be convicted on new charges of "spreading propaganda" against the Iranian regime, her husband said on Monday.
Weeks before Saudi Arabia is due to lift a ban on female drivers, authorities in the kingdom have detained four of the women who campaigned for the right to get behind the wheel.
Anti-American cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's political coalition has won Iraq's parliamentary election, the election commission announced late Friday.
Russian President Vladimir Putin told Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Thursday that "foreign armed forces" would leave Syria, according to Syria's state-run news agency, SANA.
Abu-Sitta first went to Gaza as a medical student in the 1980s. He has returned several times to treat the injured there.
A senior member of Hamas' political bureau said during a TV interview on Wednesday that 50 people killed by Israeli soldiers during clashes in Gaza on Monday were members of Hamas.
CNN gains access to the Yemeni city of Taiz, a proxy war frontline that has been devastated by years of fighting.
Rare images from inside Yemen's city of Taiz show the devastation wrought by months of fighting between Houthi force, backed by Iran and Yemeni government forces bolstered by Saudi Arabia and its US-equipped air power. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports.
Palestinians mourned Tuesday in Gaza following the deadliest day there since 2014, as Gaza and Israel braced for another day of demonstrations.
Thousands of Palestinians gathered Tuesday for the grim task of burying the 60 protesters killed by Israeli troops at the Gaza border, as Israel faced international condemnation over the deaths.
Monday highlighted just how far the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has strayed into the disjointed, the absurd, and the hopeless, CNN's Ben Wedeman writes.
Israelis and Palestinians live next to each other, but couldn't be farther apart. At no time is that on clearer, starker display than this week.
The US officially relocated its embassy to Jerusalem on Monday, formally upending decades of American foreign policy in a move that was met with clashes and protests along the Gaza-Israeli border.
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Ahmad Abu Artema, a 33-year-old writer and activist, has mobilized tens of thousands of Gazans to protest in recent weeks.
Dozens of people have been killed in protests in Gaza as the US embassy opens in Jerusalem. Follow here for the latest.
Israeli forces killed dozens of Palestinians in clashes at the Gaza border Monday in the deadliest day there since the 2014 war, as the US opened its Embassy in Jerusalem.
Votes are being counted after Iraq's weekend parliamentary election, and at first glance it appears that Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's coalition lags behind those of two other influential Shia leaders.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif touched down in Moscow on Monday morning as part of a series of international diplomatic meetings aimed at saving the Iran nuclear deal following the United States' withdrawal.
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