Home Office spokesman has admitted the report may never be released
The World Health Organization (WHO) says the cholera outbreak in war-torn Yemen has killed 1,500 people since late April while a total of 246,000 suspected cases of the disease have been reported over the past two months.
Saudi Arabia and Israel are in talks to establish economic ties, a dramatic move that would put the Jewish state on a path to normal relations with the bastion of Sunni Islam and guardian of the two sacred Muslim cities, reported The Times.
Investigation into foreign funding and support of jihadi groups operating in UK understood to focus on Saudi Arabia
The Pentagon says airstrikes it carried out on a house were the deadliest in Iraq since 2003, and the final death toll could be as high as 141 people
Musab, a ‘gay’ teenager, survived being thrown from a roof, so" a jihadi" cut his throat
Bashar al-Assad would have known that any use of chemical weapons would backfire, a former British ambassador to Syria told MEE.
Terrorist organizations are believed to be working on explosives that can fit inside electronic devices and would not be detectable by airport security systems, US intelligence sources told CNN.
The United States’s policy in Syria is no longer focused on overthrowing President Bashar al-Assad, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, told reporters on Thursday.
Amnesty International has accused the US-led coalition in Iraq of committing “flagrant violation of international humanitarian law” following bombings in Mosul which are reported to have killed over 200 people.
Discussing Western reporting of the Syrian war, veteran Middle East correspondent Patrick Cockburn recently noted “fabricated news and one-sided reporting have taken over the news agenda to a degree probably not seen since the First World War.”
Malhama Tactical is a private military contractor that means business and has operated across a number of states, including Syria – its name means ‘great war’ or Armageddon
The Trump administration’s first counter-terrorism operation was a failure for the US and much worse for the Yemeni villagers who are dead, wounded, homeless and have seen their livestock, on which they depended for their livelihoods, all killed
Opponents fear Erdogan is undermining the military's role as defenders of secularism