A new law to aid Yazidi female survivors isn't enough. The Yazidi community says it's only a matter of time before they are attacked again.
Saudi Arabia is one of the primary belligerents in Yemen's six-year civil war. Now, the Saudi government has presented a peace initiative. But that does not automatically mean an end to the conflict.
Officials say the imprisoned Saudi blogger Raif Badawi would be welcome in Canada, where his family lives. His wife hopes for an early release before Ramadan, if Saudi Arabia agrees.
Traffic along one of the world's most important trade routes has been at a standstill since the MV Ever Given ran aground. Each day, the blockage is delaying goods worth some $9 billion from passing through the waterway.
A UN rights expert has spoken out on death threats from Saudi officials over her public investigation into the killing of Khashoggi. She cited "credible evidence" that the Saudi crown prince was liable for the murder.
Benjamin Netanyahu claimed a "huge win" after initial exit polls put his Likud party in the lead. However, his camp is likely to fall short of a majority, setting the stage for yet another deadlock.
Israelis are set to vote for the fourth time in two years. Benjamin Netanyahu just barely formed a government after the last three votes, but the prime minister is betting on his much-admired vaccine drive for the win.
Saudi Arabia's state-backed oil company Aramco announced a heavy slump in profits, as the global coronavirus pandemic takes its economic toll.
The 39th weekly protest against Israeli PM Netanyahu's alleged corruption and handling of the COVID-19 pandemic saw thousands gather in Jerusalem with only three days left for the parliamentary elections.
The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs has compiled moving documents of contemporary history with a collection of images by Syrian photographers who have recorded daily life in the ongoing war.
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In Jordan, schoolchildren are using digital learning tools that could pave the way for an improved education system.
In 2011, the international community supported rebel forces against Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi. But hopes of democracy and stability have yet to be fulfilled.
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Senior Saudi official Adel al-Jubeir says Riyadh is paying 'a great price' over the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
Migrants driven by hopes of a better life risk their lives on a dangerous journey through Yemen.
In Yemen, chronic unemployment, rising prices and a devalued currency is piling hardship on the misery of war.
Israel's attorney-general accuses Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of bribery, fraud and breach of trust.
The Taliban has warned that there would be "consequences" if the US did not leave Afghanistan by the end of April. The US has been in the country for nearly two decades.
Despite media reports to the contrary, travel agents say there's no such thing as vaccine tourism in Dubai right now. But, they add, that could change.
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