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May 25, 2015
Fierce fighting engulfs Yemen’s Taez and Daleh

Fierce fighting on Monday between Houthi militias and pro-government forces in Yemen's third city Taez killed and wounded dozens of people, residents and an official said. The ...

U.N. peace talks on Yemen postponed Fresh air strikes target Houthi militias in Yemen
Tunisian soldier shot dead after killing comrades

A Tunisian soldier opened fire on colleagues at a military base in the capital Tunis on Monday, killing an officer and two others and wounding 15 more before being shot dead ...

U.S. bomb squad destroys package near Capitol

A bomb squad destroyed a pressure cooker from a “suspicious” vehicle near Capitol Hill on Monday, leading to one arrest, the Associated Press reported. The pressure ...

Syrian air force targets captured Palmyra city

Syrian government aircraft launched at least 15 strikes in and around the ancient city of Palymra on Monday, following its fall to ISIS, a monitoring group said. The Syrian ...

Israel’s Olmert sentenced to eight months in prison

Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has been sentenced to eight months in prison for unlawfully accepting money from a U.S. supporter. Monday’s verdict in Jerusalem ...

Remembering Houla: Why sectarianism cannot be part of Syria’s future Gareth Bayley
Fighting incitement is the state’s responsibility Abdulrahman al-Rashed
Who is the biggest threat in the Mideast: Iran or Israel? Camelia Entekhabi-Fard
Iraq post Ramadi’s collapse: A failed state Mohamed Chebarro
Here’s how ‘Furious 7’ completed unfinished Paul Walker scenes
Egyptian film icon Omar Sharif has Alzheimer’s, son says
Pizzeria in Israel ‘sprinkles marijuana instead of oregano’
U.N. peace talks on Yemen postponed
GCC denies air campaign against ISIS has failed
U.S. defense chief: Iraqi forces lacked will to fight ISIS
Saudi interior ministry: ISIS’ strategy is to spread sectarianism
Skype exchange: ISIS militant tries to recruit undercover reporter
U.S. bomb squad destroys package near Capitol
Eight bomb blasts rock Iraq’s Diyala province
Iran's Qassem Soleimani: U.S. has 'no will' to fight ISIS
Fierce fighting engulfs Yemen’s Taez and Daleh
‘Ugly’ airline row threatens UAE-U.S. govt ties, says business group
Dubai’s Arabtec shares drop after Egypt project speculation
Business thrives in Palestinian village despite occupation woes
Kids on their own among migrants who arrived in Indonesia
After a decade online, YouTube is redefining celebrity
People magazine features ‘world's first size 22 supermodel’ on cover
True or Hollywood fiction? Quake facts from ‘San Andreas’
John Nash: A life of great struggle and even greater success
Home-based plastic surgery clinic in Jeddah causes stir
Pizzeria in Israel ‘sprinkles marijuana instead of oregano’
Platini: FIFA led by Blatter will always lack credibility
Qatar ‘denies’ Nepalese World Cup workers compassionate leave
King Abdullah opens World Economic Forum in Jordan
Will NATO herald the end game for ISIS?
Inside Iran: Khomeini’s broken promises on poverty
Were Iran’s ambitions diffused at the rare Camp David summit?
A memory of the Nakba: 10-years-old and forced out at gunpoint