The leader of al-Qaeda's wing in Yemen has vowed to attack the United States, in a video apparently showing a gathering of the group celebrating a mass jailbreak of terrorists.
Jordanian warplanes have struck and destroyed a number of vehicles that reportedly attempted to cross border from Syria.
Israel has revealed the assassination of chief of technological intelligence department of the regime’s investigative police in the West Bank with no clue about the assailant’s identity.
The Palestinian Islamic Jihad Movement has warned the Israeli regime against launching a military offensive against the Gaza Strip.
Saudi Arabia has ordered the arrest of a prominent lawyer and human rights activist on charges of insulting the authorities of the kingdom, his wife says.
Jordan has censured Israel for provocation in al-Aqsa Mosque, calling on the United Nations Security Council to take action against the Tel Aviv regime.
Reuters has revealed Zionists’ efforts to rebuild strained ties with old allies Egypt and Turkey through natural gas deals.
Palestinian captives held for hours overnight in a bus due to the insufficient space in Zionist regime’s jails.
Syrian army troops have staged a massive operation to purge the central city of Homs of foreign-sponsored militants fighting against the Damascus government.
Casualties are feared as a powerful roadside bomb explosion has targeted a NATO military convoy in the troubled northern Afghanistan, local and Western sources say.
Gaza Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh said Tuesday that capturing Israeli soldiers was the best method for achieving freedom for Palestinian prisoners.
A Bahraini court has sentenced 11 pro-democracy demonstrators to five years in jail each for allegedly attacking police with iron rods and petrol bombs near Manama last year, a judicial source said.
Brazilian President Dilma Vana Rousseff has officially invited the grand imam of al-Azhar to address the opening ceremony of the 2014 Soccer World Cup.
Planning a series of events across the whole week, Muslim students at Colorado State University hope to offer students a closer look onto diversity within Islam as well as correcting misconceptions about their faith.
The Venezuelan government and opposition delegations have reported progress in a new round of talks aimed at ending two months of street protests in the Latin American country.
An exhibition of Islamic educational products is planned in the French city of Montreuil.
New York's police department has disbanded an undercover spying operation against Muslims which rights groups said was baseless and unfairly targeted people solely because of their religion.
Syrian refugees in urban areas of Jordan are struggling to cope with inadequate housing, high debts, rising costs and educational challenges for their children, a global relief agency says.
Jordanian air force fighter jets have destroyed a number of combat vehicles as they tried to cross into the kingdom from war-ravaged Syria, the army says.
Palestinians in the occupied West Bank have held a funeral ceremony for a woman who passed away after inhaling teargas fired by Israeli troops in a refugee camp.
The Syrian army has made more gains in its fight against foreign-backed militants in the country, and defeated them in three towns in the strategic Qalamoun region.
Saudi King Abdullah has replaced spy chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan, who spearheaded the kingdom’s mission in the Syria crisis, with Youssef al-Idrisi.
A court in Egypt has banned members of the Muslim Brotherhood movement from running in upcoming elections.
Local Afghan officials say at least three civilians-- including a woman and two children -- have been killed in a US-led airstrike in the country’s troubled east.
Anti-government protest rallies are taking place at universities across Egypt a day after a student was killed in Cairo.
The pro-Israeli government of Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is making diplomatic and military preparations for military intervention in Syria, leaked documents show.
Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Miqdad says the war on Syria is being led by the United States and some governments in the region.
An American political commentator says that “there is no evidence that American Muslims pose any kind of terrorist threats” in the United States.
A new study has shown that workers who mined uranium ore in one of Africa’s largest mines for the US and British governments to build nuclear bombs are dying of cancer and unexplained illnesses.
On Monday, April 14, the Washington Post and the Guardian newspapers received the Pulitzer for Journalism Public Service for their reports on NSA spying. In light of their hard work, let's recap events of the last year.
The charity Save the Children has warned of growing poverty among children in Spain, saying the situation needs to be addressed urgently.
A mosque being built in the Azerbaijani capital of Baku will be the largest one in the Caucasus, relevant authorities have said.
UN financial institution will grant million to the Gaza Solid Waste Management Project.
A security guard working at the US Embassy in Libya has escaped her captors after being abducted earlier this week, the embassy says.
Lebanese government is considering measures to reduce the number of Syrian refugees fleeing the extremist-marked war in their country amid rising concerns that Lebanon has reached a breaking point.
The speaker of Syria's parliament will next week announce the date of the country's presidential election, expected to be held around June despite the conflict.
An Egyptian Court for Urgent Matters has officially labeled Ansar Beit Al-Maqdis a terrorist organization.
Israel says works began for the largest project of expanding Gush Etzion settlement south of West Bank .
Fierce clashes between multi-national militant groups and the Syrian army in the northwestern province of Aleppo has left 16 militants dead and several others injured.
The Syrian government has held the United States, Turkey, Israel and Saudi Arabia accountable for previous and potential chemical attacks in the strife-stricken Arab country.
It’s tax time again, April 15, when our minds turn toward paying the taxes we owe or possibly getting a tax refund. But what we don’t think about enough is whether our tax system is fair. The richest 1 percent of Americans are now getting the largest percent of total national income in almost a century. So you might think they’d pay a much higher tax rate than everyone else.
Jordan’s ambassador to Tripoli has been kidnapped by unknown assailants.
Egyptian officials say a bomb attack targeting a security checkpoint in central Cairo has injured two police officers and a civilian.
Egypt's former defense minister, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, has officially submitted his bid to run for president, with his lawyer handing over the required documents to the authorities.
A member of the Islamic Jihad movement said the US strategy on Palestine will face resistance from Palestinians.
Al-Qaeda-linked militants have closed all gates of a dam they control in the Iraqi city of Fallujah in Anbar Province.
The Syrian army has taken more ground from foreign-backed Takfiri militants near the capital Damascus amid ongoing heavy clashes between the two sides across the country.
Three journalists working with Lebanese al-Manar television have been killed after coming under attack from foreign-backed militants in the Syrian town of Ma’loula.
At least one university student is feared dead in Egypt’s capital, Cairo, after riot police attacked an anti-regime demonstration inside Cairo University.
US considers sanctions in response to the PA applications to join 15 international treaties.
CIA’s drone attacks in Pakistan are conducted by a regular US air force, according to a new documentary to be released on Tuesday.
The Palestinian legislative council called on all Muslim parliaments to consider the situation in occupied al-Quds.
Four sixth-grade Israel girls have been charged in a plot to murder a classmate.
Hundreds of Spaniards have taken to the streets of the capital Madrid to protest against the scandal-stricken monarchy.
A human rights group is urging Britain’s Foreign office to “come clean” over claims that a British-administered island in the Indian Ocean, Diego Garcia, was used as a secret "black site" detention center by the CIA.