Hundreds of Palestinians have been detained by Israeli security forces on the basis of a computer algorithm which monitors their social media posts to predict future behaviour.
The Fatah movement calls for Palestinians to "clash with the occupier" in mass West Bank rallies to support over 1,600 prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli jails.
Habib Al Adly who ran Egypt's ministry of interior for decades is now being pursued by his former employees.
Qatar responded to comments made by the Iraqi PM on Wednesday, suggesting it had excluded Baghdad from a deal to secure the release of a hunting party.
Among those allegedly receiving funds from settlement-based Honenu is the ringleader of a gang which burned Palestinian teenager Mohammed Abu Khdeir alive in 2014.
Turkey’s recent strikes in Sinjar threaten a broadening of Turkey-PKK conflict that could engulf new areas of Iraq.
Al-Azhar, Egypt's top Islamic authority, has been at the centre of a messy collision between politics and theology since President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi began campaigning for religious reforms.
Saudi Arabia is losing market share to Iraq and Iran as a result of OPEC's agreement to curb oil supplies to bolster prices, ADIA head of research has said.
Egypt's Judges Club announced escalatory measures in protest against the parliament's approval of a controversial law allowing the president to appoint the heads of the country's judicial bodies.
Volunteers provide food and blankets for a group of Syrian refugees who remain caught in the middle of the latest row between the rival North African nations.
The Fatah-led Palestinian Authority says it will no longer pay Israel for electricity it supplies to the Gaza Strip, raising fears of a complete power shutdown in the besieged territory.
The British foreign secretary says it would be 'very difficult' to reject a call from Washington for military action against Bashar al-Assad.
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