Turkish court refused an Australian appeal to expel a citizen

Author: ReutersID: 1532042894912486200Thu, 2018-07-19 23:24 SYDNEY: A Turkish court refused an Australian appeal to expel.

Israel passes “Breaking the Silence” law which may harm the very idea of democracy

Israel has been known to pass laws that further deteriorate the rights of the Palestinian.

Post cease fire deadly explosion shakes Gaza

In what is being called the largest daytime airstrike since 2014, two Palestinian teenagers were.

Two Trials open in Tunisia over protester killings in 2011 revolution

Tunisia: double trials have begun in Tunisia over the death of protesters during the 2011.

Museums were severely damaged by Houthis

  The official news agency SABA reported that Marwan Damaj, Yemen’s Minister of Culture, handed.

Iraq: Militants kidnap two Filipino women on their way to Irbil

As news of increasing kidnappings of women by Daesh militants spread every other day, in.

Palestinian official condemns new Israeli law that will freeze money transfers to the PA

A top Palestinian official on Tuesday strongly denounced a new Israeli law that will freeze.

Australia slashes aid to Palestinian Authority for fear of funding Palestinian criminals

Australia has abruptly ended direct aid to the Palestinian Authority . Australia cited the reason.

The targeting of relief organizations in the province of Hodeidah increases the suffering of the Yemeni people as a whole

  DUBAI: Yemen’s Abdul Raqib Fatah, Local Administration Minister and Higher Relief Council Director, condemned.

47 people accused of being coup supporters detained by Turkish police

  In a report by CNN Turk, Turkish police have detained 47 people in an.