BAGHDAD -- Kuwait's prime minister discussed ties with his Iraqi counterpart in Baghdad on Wednesday, signaling improving relations between neighbors still working to overcome the more than two-decade legacy of war.
BEIRUT -- Syrian rebels have battled Shiites in a village in the country's east, killing over 60 people including civilians, activists said Wednesday. The fighting highlights the...
KABUL, Afghanistan -- A motorcycle bomb killed an Afghan soldier and a civilian Wednesday and wounded 15 other people in southern Afghanistan, officials said.
JERUSALEM -- Austria's U.N. peacekeepers left their posts and began withdrawing from the Golan Heights on Wednesday, after fighting from the Syrian civil war threatened their positions last week.
BEIRUT -- The Syrian rebels' defeat in Qusair cost them more than a strategic stronghold. It has left them with a battered spirit and deep frustration.
TIMBUKTU, Mali -- The photocopies of the manual lay in heaps on the floor, in stacks that scaled one wall, like Xeroxed, stapled handouts for a class.
KABUL, Afghanistan -- A Taliban suicide bomber struck outside Afghanistan's Supreme Court on Tuesday, killing 17 people in the deadliest attack in Kabul in over a year and a half.
ISTANBUL -- The protests in Turkey have accomplished the seemingly impossible: uniting fans of Istanbul's three bitterly rival soccer teams.
KABUL, Afghanistan -- Seven Taliban fighters with rocket-propelled grenades and machine guns launched a rare assault on NATO's operational headquarters at the military section of Kabul's international airport on Monday. All seven militants were killed.
BAGHDAD -- Militants detonated explosives-laden cars around two busy markets in central Iraq on Monday, killing 22 people and wounding dozens, the latest in a wave of violence ravaging the country.
PESHAWAR, Pakistan -- Militants dressed as policemen and armed with assault rifles and rockets attacked a NATO convoy in Pakistan carrying supplies Monday for the U.S.-led coalition in neighboring Afghanistan, killing four people, officials said.
ANKARA, Turkey -- In a series of increasingly belligerent speeches to cheering supporters Sunday, Turkey's prime minister demanded an end to the 10-day anti-government protests that have spread across the country, saying those who do not respect the government will pay.
BEIRUT -- Men wielding batons and wearing yellow arm bands evoking Lebanon's Hezbollah attacked protesters outside the Iranian Embassy in Beirut Sunday during a rally against the militant group's participation in the Syrian civil war. One protester was killed, a senior Lebanese military official and witnesses said.
TEHRAN, Iran -- Eight candidates running in Iran's June 14 presidential election disagree on how they would handle nuclear talks with world powers.
TEL AVIV, Israel -- Drag queens, politicians, grandmothers and shirtless men descended on Tel Aviv in their thousands Friday to party in the annual gay pride parade, the 15th march to be held in an Israeli city that has emerged as one of the world's most gay-friendly.
KABUL, Afghanistan -- Georgia's defense minister visited his troops in Afghanistan on Friday, a day after seven Georgian soldiers were killed in a huge truck bomb blast at their base in the deadliest single attack on international forces this year.
BERLIN -- The United Nations launched its biggest humanitarian appeal ever Friday to help millions of Syrians suffering the effects of a conflict that has dragged on for more than two years with no end in sight.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan's new premier has unveiled a 25-member Cabinet that must tackle major economic and security challenges following a sweeping election win.
ISTANBUL -- Turkey's prime minister took a combative stance on his closely watched return to the country early Friday, telling supporters who thronged to greet him that the protests that have swept the country must come to an end.
TUNIS, Tunisia-- As Turkey's leader visited Tunisia on Thursday, two small demonstrations took place in Tunis in support of the anti-government protests taking place in Turkey.
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