Conflicting accounts of the killing of General Abdulaziz al-Faghem and an irregular confirmation of his death by official sources have led to a rise in speculation that foul play was involved, or at worst a coup within the House of Saud.
Two years ago, the kingdom’s young and inexperienced ruler was confident he could “get rid of” Iran from the Middle East, but now has shifted towards seeking dialogue.
Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthis have claimed a spectacular attack on Saudi Arabian forces raising more questions about the Saudi appetite for war.
Why the government's austerity measures and claims of decreasing inflation don’t sit well with regular Egyptians.
Tunisia will pay a heavy price for the closure of UK travel giant as its tourism industry continues to recover from the twin terror attacks in 2015.
US President Donald Trump called the Ukranian leader to persuade him to launch an investigation into his Democratic rival, Joe Biden and his businessman son, according to a whistleblower complaint.
As ten members of the Joint List threw their weight behind prime ministerial candidate Benny Gantz, experts are pessimistic about whether Arabs will be welcomed into Israeli political discourse.
The recent sentencing of separatists is likely to fuel more anger and resentment among the Anglophone population and alienate them from the Francophone-dominated government, but the dialogue can reverse hard feelings.
Experts say Israel deliberately keeps its borders unclear to expand its territory by annexing Palestininan lands. Here's how Israel has expanded its reach over the decades.
Stray cats and dogs were killed and injured when a truck bomb ripped through a fortified compound in Afghanistan's capital in early September. Now Samaritans are trying to find a new home for the surviving animals.
Contemporary art space Arter’s move into its new building in Dolapdere became a cause for celebration in Istanbul’s art circles in September. We talked to Arter’s Communications Director Ilkay Balic to get a better understanding of this new space.
Sule Yuksel Senler played a key role in reintroducing the headscarf to Turkish life, popularising it in urban settings, while defying the country's ruling elite that championed hardline ‘secularist’ causes.
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