President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi emphasized on Wednesday that no antiques or monuments inside al-Hussein Mosque in Old Cairo were tampered with during the renovation of the historic temple.
An Egyptian court ruled on Sunday that all Shiite websites and T.V. channels in Egypt be closed.
These measures come in conjunction with today's expected "one million-strong" march that was called for by Iraq's Muqtada al-Sadr against the US, the source added.
Head of the Lebanese political and paramilitary party Hezbollah Hassan Nasrallah announced that the US will not achieve any one of its goals and all fighters will take revenge for Soleimani.
Rights groups Thursday condemned a suicide blast inside a school that killed dozens of students in Kabul a day earlier.
UAE-backed Yemeni government forces fought their way into Hodeida airpor.
A suicide bomber blew himself up in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Friday, killing at least seven people
A Houthi leader was killed and four others were captured by the Yemeni army and popular resistance in Al Dalea province, southern Yemen.
Iraq has not crossed over to a post-sectarian phase – yet. It requires risk-taking to end sectarianism, according to the Iraqi Parliament's president.
The outbreak of regional unrest reflects growing discontent over rising prices and alleged corruption.
A Shi‘ite Muslim judge abducted in eastern Saudi Arabia a year ago has been killed by his kidnappers, the Saudi state news agency SPA reported on Monday.
The General People's Congress Party announced on Monday the murder of its chairman and former Yemeni president.
President Sisi discussed Egypt’s relations with Iran, which have been cut off for 40 years, during an exclusive interview with France 24.
Afghanistan is arming hundreds of civilians nationwide to help protect mosques during one of the holiest months on the Islamic calendar.
Ten Nobel laureates from across the world have penned an open letter urging Saudi authorities to hold off on the execution of 14 Shiites
Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said on Friday that a future war waged by Israel against Syria or Lebanon could draw thousands of fighters from countries including Iran, Iraq and Yemen.
The king of Saudi Arabia and the Iraqi prime minister will meet on Wednesday, a Saudi newspaper reported.
Bahraini security forces on Tuesday.
Authorities in Sanaa, which is controlled by Shiite rebels, have declared a state of emergency over a deadly outbreak of cholera
Lebanon is on the brink of crisis again with its politicians at odds over an election law at the heart of the nation's sectarian system.