Israeli forces injure over 75 Palestinians in Gaza
More than 75 Palestinians have been injured as the Israeli forces attacked anti-occupation protests near the fence between the besieged Gaza Strip and the occupied territories.
Yemenis countering world's strongest, wealthiest countries: Houthi
Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, chairman of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee of Yemen, has said that the war-wracked country is countering the world's "strongest and wealthiest" countries in its fight against the Saudi war.
CIA behind US drone strike on Afghan civilians: Analyst
US drone strikes that have left a host of innocent civilians dead or injured over the past years in Afghanistan have not been conducted as Americans claim on wrong intelligence or a “mistake” but are coordinated by the CIA, a political analyst and former US intelligence officer says.
US drone kills 30 Afghan civilians instead of Daesh terrorists
A US drone strike that was supposed to take out members of the Daesh terrorist group in Afghanistan has instead killed at least 30 farm workers who were taking a break after a day's labor, officials say.
Multiple casualties after bomb goes off on bus outside Karbala
Security officials say several others wounded in the blast.
1.9 mn expats leave Saudi over high fees, slow growth: report
The number of foreign workers in Saudi Arabia fell by over a fifth in the 30 months to end-June due to high state levies and an economic slowdown, a report said Thursday.
Some UNSC permanent members politicize humanitarian situation in Syria
Syria says some permanent member states of the United Nations Security Council continue to abuse the body’s mechanisms to politicize the humanitarian situation in the Arab country.
Prominent dissident Saudi clerics transferred to Riyadh ahead of court hearing
Saudi authorities have transferred three prominent dissident clerics to the capital ahead of their trials, as the Riyadh regime presses ahead with its crackdown on pro-democracy campaigners in the ultra-conservative kingdom.
Report names and shames Bahrain, Saudi, UAE for abuses
A human rights group has documented dozens of cases of gross violations against children’s rights in Bahrain during the first half of this year alone, as the ruling Al Khalifa regime relentlessly continues with a crackdown on pro-democracy campaigners in the country.