A technical glitch led to Israeli spacecraft crash, company says

Beresheet, an unmanned Israeli spacecraft, crashed during an attempt to land on the moon due to a technical glitch, said SpaceIL, the Israeli nonprofit...

Netanyahu set for fifth term as Israel’s leader as rival concedes defeat

Benjamin Netanyahu was on course to secure a record fifth term as Israeli Prime Minister after his main election rival conceded defeat on Wednesday...

The 22-year-old activist in that iconic photo says she chanted from atop a car...

When she climbed atop a car this week during a mass sit-in in Sudan, a 22-year-old activist aimed to rouse a crowd already intent...

US pulls troops from Libya amid a surge in violence

The United States military pulled a contingent of its troops from Libya on Sunday amid a surge in violence in the capital city of Tripoli, America's...

Trump backs Netanyahu, but will voters? Your guide to Israel’s elections

As Israelis prepare to head to the polls on April 9, Benjamin Netanyahu faces perhaps the toughest election campaign of his long political career. The...

Erdogan’s party contests election results in Istanbul and Ankara

Turkey's Justice and Development Party (AKP) is officially contesting its losses in this week's local elections. According to results announced this week, President Recep Tayyip...

Teenage volunteer medic killed by Israeli fire: Palestinian Health Ministry

A teenaged Palestinian volunteer medic was killed on Wednesday in the West Bank, says the Palestinian Ministry of Health. According to the boy's friend,...

Saudi Arabia cites UN job application as evidence against rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul

A prominent Saudi activist's admission that she once applied for a job at the United Nations is being used as part of the kingdom's...

Saudi Arabia temporarily releases three women activists

Saudi Arabia temporarily released three of the 11 women activists standing trial for charges related to their human rights work, the state-run Saudi Press...

Flash flooding kills 19, injures more than 100 in southwest Iran

Flash flooding in Iran has killed at least 19 people and injured 119 in the city of Shiraz in Fars province, according to Iran's...

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