Authorities in Sanaa, which is controlled by Shiite rebels, have declared a state of emergency in the Yemeni capital, where a deadly outbreak of cholera has spread rapidly.
Around 70 militants of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) and its Syrian offshoot the People’s Protection Units (YPG) have been killed in Iraq and Syria by Turkish airstrike, military sources said Tuesday.
An Israeli attack on a Syrian camp for pro-government forces killed three fighters near the Golan Heights on Sunday, an official from the forces said.
The death toll in a suicide car bomb attack on buses carrying Syrians evacuated from two besieged government-held towns has risen to at least 112, a monitoring group said Sunday.
Activists feared Friday for the safety of a young Saudi woman they say was returned to the kingdom against her will, in a case highlighting tight restrictions on women.
At least 18 civilians, including two children, were killed in an air strike early Tuesday that released “toxic gas” on a rebel-held town in northwest Syria, a monitor said.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered a slowdown of construction in territory Palestinians want for a state in a gesture to President Donald Trump at the same cabinet meeting where he approved the first new settlement in the heart of the West Bank in two decades.
The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for mid-March bomb attacks on a courthouse and restaurant in Syria’s capital Damascus that killed 32 people and were denounced by rebel groups.
Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj said the government had rescued 29 workers from Saudi Arabia and was bringing them home.
The tally of refugees who have fled the war in Syria now exceeds five million, the United Nations said Thursday.
A total of 279,000 people are currently displaced as a result of the military operations in Mosul, a city in north Iraq, Farhan Haq, the deputy UN spokesman, told reporters here Monday.
Iran said Sunday it will impose sanctions on 15 US companies for supporting Israel’s “terrorist actions” as part of reprisals for the increasing pressure being announced by Washington lawmakers.