Turkey’s foreign minister on Thursday demanded the European Parliament take action against a Greek deputy who ripped up a paper Turkish flag, ...
Libya has decided not to participate in the Arab Economic Summit in Lebanon because of insults made by the Amal Movement, a Lebanese political party ...
Israel's Foreign Ministry says its embassy in Jordan has filed a strong condemnation with the kingdom over a picture of a Jordanian government ...
A new bill, proposed by Israel’s Likud MK Anat Berko, would prohibit the Palestinian flag from being raised at demonstrations. According to ...
The Yemeni armed forces raised on Saturday the country’s flag on the roofs of the liberated buildings in Kitaf directorate in Saada governorate. ...
A Roman Catholic bishop in the Philippines this week urged the faithful to boycott Madonna's shows over her "suggestive" performance
To outsiders, this exuberant display of national pride can seem a little excessive
Authorities in Rabat have moved to counter what is seen as a growing jihadist threat by imposing heavier punishments
The United States and Israel were among eight countries that voted against the Palestinian-drafted resolution
The United States and Cuba formally resumed diplomatic relations Monday, as the Cuban flag was raised at the U.S. State Department in a historic gesture
The Saudi interior ministry said three suspects were arrested, and ISIS flags, silencers and personal laptops were confiscated
Around the world, countries have long struggled with questions about flags similar to those faced by South Carolina
The pair had met to discuss a united vision for after the fall of President Bashar al-Assad
Tunisians have unfurled a national flag the size of 19 football pitches to promote patriotism in the face of Islamist extremism
One of Egypt's top belly dancers was sentenced to six months in jail on Monday
The country is no stranger to breaking records
A team from the Guinness Book of World Records is already in the city for the purpose
Jeddah will reportedly enter the Guinness Book of Records after erecting the world’s tallest flagpole
Egypt's interim government decided Wednesday that insulting the flag and refusing to stand for the national anthem is an offense punishable by law. ...
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