Solar Plane Takes Off From Egypt On Final Leg Of World Tour

Solar Plane Takes Off From Egypt On Final Leg Of World Tour

An aircraft powered by solar energy left Egypt on Sunday (July 24) on the last leg of the first ever fuel-free flight

Turkey: Over 9,000 People Under Legal Proceedings Regarding Coup

Turkey: Over 9,000 People Under Legal Proceedings Regarding Coup

Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus said on Tuesday (July 19) that 9,322 people were under legal

SDF-Backed Forces Regain Control Of Another Manbij Neighborhood

SDF-Backed Forces Regain Control Of Another Manbij Neighborhood

– The Manbij Military Council – backed by Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) – took control of a

Erdogan Targets More Than 50,000 In Purge After Failed Coup

Erdogan Targets More Than 50,000 In Purge After Failed Coup

Turkey vowed to root out allies of the U.S.-based cleric it blames for an abortive coup last week, widening a purge

Turkish Police Detain University Rector In Diyarbakir

Turkish Police Detain University Rector In Diyarbakir

Turkish forces detained a university rector in Diyarbakir, the main city in southeastern Turkey, on Wednesday (July

U.S. Bans All Flights To And From Turkey

U.S. Bans All Flights To And From Turkey

United States’ Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) authorities announced a ban on all flights originating

Clashes Continue Between SDF And Isis Militants Inside Manbij

Clashes Continue Between SDF And Isis Militants Inside Manbij

Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) regained a neighborhood in the city of Manbij as operations, ongoing for more than a

Second Round Of Yemen Peace Talks Resumes In Kuwait

Second Round Of Yemen Peace Talks Resumes In Kuwait

A second round of U.N.-facilitated peace talks between Yemen's warring parties resumed Saturday (July 16) in

Death Toll Rises To 161 In Turkey’s Coup Bid

Death Toll Rises To 161 In Turkey’s Coup Bid

The death toll has risen to 161 following an outbreak of violence in Turkey after a faction of the armed forces

Two Policemen Killed During Clashes At Marmaris Hotel

Two Policemen Killed During Clashes At Marmaris Hotel

Two policemen were killed at a hotel in the holiday resort city of Marmaris early on Saturday (July 16) where

Turkish Forces Try To Crush Last Remnants Of Coup After Erdogan Returns

Turkish Forces Try To Crush Last Remnants Of Coup After Erdogan Returns

Friday's (July 15) military coup attempt is not the first challenge that President Tayyip Erdogan has faced in

SDF-Backed Military Council Continues Advance In Manbij

SDF-Backed Military Council Continues Advance In Manbij

Manbij Military Council (MMC) fighters backed by Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) continued to advance on the center of

UN'S World Heritage Summit Begins With Focus On War-Torn Syria, Iraq

UN'S World Heritage Summit Begins With Focus On War-Torn Syria, Iraq

An 11-day summit of the United Nations' World Heritage Committee began in Istanbul with a focus on the

Turkey Yet To Confirm Reports Senior Pkk Commander Killed In Syria

Turkey Yet To Confirm Reports Senior Pkk Commander Killed In Syria

Turkey has not been able to confirm reports that a senior Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) commander has been

YPG Reports 21 Isis Militants Killed South Of Hasakah

YPG Reports 21 Isis Militants Killed South Of Hasakah

An estimated 21 Islamic State (ISIS) militants were killed during clashes with the Syrian Kurdish People’s

Suicide Bomber Strikes Near Main Mosque In Medina

Suicide Bomber Strikes Near Main Mosque In Medina

A suicide bomber detonated a device near the security headquarters of the Prophet's Mosque in Medina, Saudi

SDF Repels Isis Attack In Manbij

SDF Repels Isis Attack In Manbij

Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) repelled an attack by the Islamic State (ISIS), killing dozens of the militants.

Turkish PM: Security Tightened After Airport Attack

Turkish PM: Security Tightened After Airport Attack

Heavily-armed special forces have been deployed at Istanbul's Ataturk airport, as well as subway stations and an

Two Police Wounded In Blast Outside U.S. Consulate In Jeddah

Two Police Wounded In Blast Outside U.S. Consulate In Jeddah

A suicide bomber was killed and two other people wounded in a blast near the U.S. consulate in Saudi Arabia's

Syrian Democratic Forces Deny Pulling Back From Manbij

Syrian Democratic Forces Deny Pulling Back From Manbij

The Syria Democratic Forces (SDF) denied reports emerging on Saturday (July 2) that Islamic State (ISIS) militants

SDF-Backed Military Council Forces Advance In Manbij Town

SDF-Backed Military Council Forces Advance In Manbij Town

The Manbij Military Council’s forces made advances into the Manbij neighborhood of Hezawneh on Sunday (July 3)

 Erdogan Visits Scene Of Istanbul Airport Attack

Erdogan Visits Scene Of Istanbul Airport Attack

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan visited Istanbul's Ataturk airport on Saturday (July 2) after three suicide

Residents Return To Liberated Syrian Town Despite Poor Security, Living Conditions

Residents Return To Liberated Syrian Town Despite Poor Security, Living Conditions

Some residents have started to return to the Syrian town of Al-Qaryatayn, which was liberated by government troops on

Syria Rebels Retake Key Town In Western Coastal Province - Monitor, Rebels

Syria Rebels Retake Key Town In Western Coastal Province - Monitor, Rebels

Insurgents seized a strategic town from Syrian government forces and their allies in the western coastal province of

Home-Grown Radicals A Weak Spot In Turkey's Fight Against Isis

Home-Grown Radicals A Weak Spot In Turkey's Fight Against Isis

A few months after he started attending meetings of a hardline Islamic community group in a poor Istanbul suburb,

Heightened Security At Istanbul Airport As Officials Pay Respect To Victims

Heightened Security At Istanbul Airport As Officials Pay Respect To Victims

Security was heightened at Istanbul's Ataturk airport on Friday (July 1) as consulate officials arrived to pay

Ankara Prosecutor's Office Orders HDP Co-Chairs To Testify For Slander Charges

Ankara Prosecutor's Office Orders HDP Co-Chairs To Testify For Slander Charges

Co-chairs of the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party (HDP) have been summoned to the Ankara Public

Humanitarian Aid Has Reached All Besieged Areas In Syria, Says U.N

Humanitarian Aid Has Reached All Besieged Areas In Syria, Says U.N

Humanitarian aid has now been delivered to all of the 18 besieged areas in Syria, according to Jan Egeland, Special

Turkish PM Says Isis Behind Airport Attack

Turkish PM Says Isis Behind Airport Attack

Findings point to Islamic State (ISIS) responsibility for a suicide bomb attack on Istanbul's main international

UN: Aid Reaches All Besieged Areas Of Syria With Latest Delivery

UN: Aid Reaches All Besieged Areas Of Syria With Latest Delivery

Trucks carrying medical and food aid entered two blockaded towns near, meaning that humanitarian agencies have now

U.N. Says Date Not Yet Set For Syria Talks

U.N. Says Date Not Yet Set For Syria Talks

The prospects for a new round of Syria peace talks was still unclear after the U.N. Security Council discussed

Turkish Police Detain 13 Suspects In Istanbul Airport Attack

Turkish Police Detain 13 Suspects In Istanbul Airport Attack

Turkish police have detained 13 people in Istanbul, including three foreigners, in connection with the triple suicide

MSF Calls For Resumption Of Aid For Refugees Stranded On Jordan-Syria Border

MSF Calls For Resumption Of Aid For Refugees Stranded On Jordan-Syria Border

A spokesman from medical aid charity Medicins Sans Frontiers (MSF) has warned that thousands of Syrian refugees are

Syrian Refugee Finds 50,000 Euros In Cash, Hands To German Police

Syrian Refugee Finds 50,000 Euros In Cash, Hands To German Police

A Syrian refugee has been hailed as a hero by German police after he handed in a stash of cash he found hidden in a

Kuwait Files $1bn Lawsuit Against IOC Over Suspension

Kuwait Files $1bn Lawsuit Against IOC Over Suspension

Kuwait has filed a lawsuit in a Swiss court seeking $1bn (£670m) in damages from the International Olympic

Egyptair Flight MS804 Recorders To Go To Paris For Repairs

Egyptair Flight MS804 Recorders To Go To Paris For Repairs

Damaged flight recorders from the EgyptAir aircraft that crashed last month will be sent to France for repairs,

Syria Conflict: Russian Air Strikes Target Aleppo Rebels

Syria Conflict: Russian Air Strikes Target Aleppo Rebels

Russian and Syrian planes have pounded rebel-held areas in Syria's largest city, Aleppo.

Hezbollah Vows To Increase Presence In Syria's Aleppo

Hezbollah Vows To Increase Presence In Syria's Aleppo

Lebanon's Hezbollah said it would increase its military presence in Syria's Aleppo, saying the battle for the northern city was a fight

Russia Delivers Relief Goods To Syrians

Russia Delivers Relief Goods To Syrians

A batch of relief goods from Russia were distributed to Syrian residents who live in Husseiniya, a southern suburb of

Turkey Warns Of Rising European Xenophobia

Turkey Warns Of Rising European Xenophobia

Europe's politicians are failing to combat rising xenophobia and anti-immigrant views, Turkish officials said on

Jordan Declares Border Areas With Syria A 'Closed Military Zone'

Jordan Declares Border Areas With Syria A 'Closed Military Zone'

Jordan announced that the country's northern and northeastern borders with Syria are now a "closed military

UN: Conditions Worsening For 1 Million Syrian Refugees In Lebanon

UN: Conditions Worsening For 1 Million Syrian Refugees In Lebanon

Conditions for more than one million Syrian refugees living in Lebanon are "getting worse", the United

Authorities Disrupt Major Terrorist Plot In Iran, Ministry Says

Authorities Disrupt Major Terrorist Plot In Iran, Ministry Says

The Iranian Intelligence Ministry says a major terror plot including a number of planned bombings targeting Tehran

Young Syrians Prepare Meals For The Needy In Ramadan

Young Syrians Prepare Meals For The Needy In Ramadan

The compound of the ancient Ummayyad mosque in the Old City in Damascus is buzzing with activity during

Riot Police Fire Tear Gas At Protesters Denouncing Attack On Radiohead Fans

Riot Police Fire Tear Gas At Protesters Denouncing Attack On Radiohead Fans

Police in Istanbul fired tear gas, rubber pellet and water cannon on Saturday (June 18) to disperse protesters that

Mohammed Morsi: Egypt's former president given life in spying case

Mohammed Morsi: Egypt's former president given life in spying case

The Islamist former President of Egypt, Mohammed Morsi, has been sentenced to life in prison at the end of an

Turkey Border Guards 'Shot Syrian Children' - Monitors

Turkey Border Guards 'Shot Syrian Children' - Monitors

Turkish border guards have shot dead at least eight Syrians, including four children, who were trying to cross into

Assad Discusses Military Cooperation With Russian Minister

Assad Discusses Military Cooperation With Russian Minister

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met Russia's defense minister during a visit to the Syrian capital and

Erdogan Revives Plans To Redevelop Istanbul's Gezi Park

Erdogan Revives Plans To Redevelop Istanbul's Gezi Park

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday (June 18) he would revive plans to redevelop a park in

Egyptian Court Hands Ex-President Mursi Another Life Sentence

Egyptian Court Hands Ex-President Mursi Another Life Sentence

Egypt's former president Mohamed Mursi was handed another life sentence on Saturday (June 18), after a court