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The opposition's highly anticipated rally at the Irada Square today might not include mentioning names or numbers regarding major corruption scandals and illegal multimillion- dollar transfers by a former senior official that former MP Musallam Al-
Breaking News Lebanon's deadlocked politicians fail again to choose president Lebanese parliamentarians failed on Monday in their sixth attempt to elect a new president, extending the political vacuum that emerged when former President Michel
Syria is descending into a Somalia-style failed state run by warlords which poses a grave threat to the future of the Middle East, former peace envoy Lakhdar Brahimi has said. Brahimi, who stepped down a week ago after the failure of peace talks he
A defense lawyer in Kuwait says the country's top court has sentenced three former opposition lawmakers to 20 months in prison for insulting the country's ruler, though they will be allowed to remain free on bail. Lawyer Yousif al-Hirbish said Sunday'
From Normandy to Hong Kong to Istanbul, remarkable images from the week of May 31-June 6...Bowe Bergdahl after his five years held hostage by the Taliban raised big questions: Lawmakers wondered if the trade for five Taliban detainees at Guantanamo
A leading Islamist militia has conducted the first test of a home-made cannon it calls the elephant. The test was featured in a video posted to YouTube Thursday by the Islam Army, one of seven groups making up the Islamic Front, which is believed to
Fears grow for missing mother who disappeared with her 11-month-old daughter after leaving home 'upset' while pushing a buggy Published: 16:06 EST, 3 June 2014 Updated: 16:07 EST, 3 June 2014 0 View comments Fears were growing tonight night for a
Russia's United Nations ambassador insists that Syria's presidential election on Tuesday is not an obstacle to a political settlement of the devastating war and is urging the U.N. chief to quickly appoint a new envoy to revive stalled peace talks.
If Iran really wants closer ties with Gulf, it should withdraw its support to the brutal regime of Bashar Assad and stop stoking sectarian tensions in other parts of the Middle East. Apparently the Gulf Arab countries are willing to embrace Iran in
MP Saadoun Hammad Al- Otaibi has presented a bill to amend Article 21 of law 35/1962 on electing members of Parliament. Al-Otaibi proposed revision of Article 21 to be as follows: "Anybody who wants to put himself up for nomination must pay KD5,000