Scuffles broke out between protesters and security forces injuring dozens as thousands gathered yesterday in Iraqi cities to mark three years since nationwide demonstrations erupted against endemic corruption.
With the cost of living surging, free hot bread distribution for the poor has been introduced in Dubai, where millionaires rub shoulders with hard-working migrants.
In a frontline town divided by regime and rebel forces in northwest Syria, students have returned to classrooms in a bombed-out building with no glass in the windows, no doors, desks, chairs or electricity.
Depositors scuffled and long lines formed at Lebanese banks yesterday as they partially reopened after a week-long closure following a slew of heists by customers desperate to access their money.
The Arab League condemned the storming of the Al Aqsa mosque yesterday by Israeli occupation forces along with a number of settlers, blaming the Israeli government for stoking tension and igniting the situation with escalatory actions.
Iran summoned the British and Norwegian ambassadors over what it called interference and hostile media coverage of nationwide unrest triggered by the death of a woman detained by morality police, the semi-official ISNA news agency said yesterday.
Thirty Palestinian prisoners in the Israeli occupation authorities’ prisons have staged a hunger strike rejecting their continuing administrative detention.
At least 77 migrants drowned when a boat they boarded in Lebanon sank off Syria's coast, Syria's health minister said Friday, in one of the deadliest such shipwrecks in the eastern Mediterranean.
The Lebanese pound has hit a new low against the US dollar on the black market, a drop that coincides with bank closures this week due to heists by angry depositors.