The conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians has been recently overshadowed by new conflicts and wars in the Middle East. But during the past week, two events have reminded us that this decades long conflict is still smoldering on.
Japan plans to send its military to help protect waterways in the Middle East.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe urges Tehran to play a “constructive role” for Middle East peace.
The Ministry of Tourism is targeting visitors from countries in the Middle East.
Mick Schumacher, son of seven times world champion Michael, made his Formula One test debut with Ferrari yesterday at the Bahrain circuit, where 15 years ago his father won the first grand prix in the Middle East.
Uber Technologies Inc will spend $3.1 billion to acquire Middle East rival Careem.
Iranian President sharply criticises US military intervention in the Middle East.
Iran summons a Polish diplomat to protest a global summit addresses the Middle East.
The US Navy admiral overseeing US naval forces in the Middle East is found dead.
Just over 90 million passengers are expected to use Dubai International Airport in 2018.
The crisis between the United States and Turkey, a NATO ally and traditional bulwark of American policy in the Middle East, is serious.
Iran unveils a new fighter jet, as tensions rise between Tehran and regional rivals over conflicts in the Middle East.
Health Ministry warns travelers to Middle Eastern countries to be aware of a disease.
The Druze are one of the largest minority groups in the Middle East. Spread across several countries in the region, they now find their very existence under threat from war in Syria and legal discrimination in Israel.
China and the UAE sign a raft of agreements during a visit by President Xi Jinping.
Ramaphosa will spearhead an investment drive that will take him to the Middle East.
Millions of Bangladeshis in the past 2017-18 fiscal year remit home nearly $15 billion.
Jinping pledges a package of $20 billion in loans to countries in the Middle East
Pompeo will embark on talks with allies to press Iran to curb its nuclear programs.
Cambodia’s progress has not been portrayed fairly by some media, argues Suos Yara. These media outlets, he writes, are just parroting opposition views and kowtowing to the NGOs, and help to perpetuate a situation of doom and gloom.
Israel’s military admits carrying out 2007 strike on a suspected Syrian nuclear reactor.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has stated that the Kingdom could develop nuclear weapons if Iran also does so.
Saudi Arabia will develop a nuclear bomb if its arch-rival Iran does so, says crown prince.
A cosmic event not seen in 36 years – a rare “super blood blue moon” – may be glimpsed on Wednesday.
The post-war international order is undergoing a substantial realignment, and so, too, is the Middle East.
A group of NGOs has raised concerns over the conditions for construction workers in Qatar.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas describes the US decision as a crime.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has asked Cambodian peacekeepers working with the United Nations to be careful and pointed out the recent situation caused by the United States recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. “I…
Sister Vanaja Jasphine says she has identified more than 200 women who have been trafficked from Cameroon.
Aside from an unconvincing nod to humanitarianism, Mr Trump’s only rationale for deploying US military capabilities seems to have been that Mr Obama did not respond to Assad.