Jamal Halaby, Associated Press | posted 9 minutes ago
In the mountains of southwestern Jordan, where tradition says Moses saw the Promised Land, dozens of sick dogs lay chained and starving at an isolated olive plantation.
Maggie Michael, Associated Press | posted 13 minutes ago
They tirelessly hold rallies, whether at night or under cold rain, chanting for the return of Egypt's ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi. They clash with police, hurling back fuming tear gas canisters and getting dragged by their veils and thrown behind bars. At protests in universities, they get into fistfights with rival female students.
Tia Goldenberg, Associated Press | posted 45 minutes ago
The Israeli military says it has killed a member of the Palestinian security forces during an overnight arrest raid.
Smail Bella, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 2:49pm
A U.N. delegation investigating detention conditions in Morocco says torture occurs there, but is no longer as systematic as it once was.
Maggie Michael and Sarah El Deeb, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 2:12pm
Egyptian prosecutors on Wednesday announced a new trial of ousted President Mohammed Morsi and the top leaders of his Muslim Brotherhood, accusing them of conspiring with Hamas, Hezbollah, Iran's Revolutionary Guard and militant groups to carry out a wave of terrorism to destabilize the country.
Ryan Lucas, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 2:10pm
In a withering four-day air assault, the Syrian government pummeled opposition-held neighborhoods in the northern city of Aleppo, leveling apartment buildings, flooding hospitals with casualties and killing nearly 200 people.
Aron Heller, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 2:03pm
China's foreign minister paid a rare visit to Israel on Wednesday, reflecting the burgeoning trade ties between the two countries. But the trip was clouded by fresh accusations that Israel's prime minister had compromised the global war on terrorism under heavy Chinese pressure.
Suzan Fraser, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 6:59am
Istanbul police leading a major corruption and bribery investigation targeting allies of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan have seized shoe boxes stashed with $4.5 million at the home of a state-owned bank's chief executive, a Turkish news agency reported Wednesday.
Sinan Salaheddin, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 5:14am
Iraqi officials say attacks across the country have killed 11 people, including three Pakistani Shiite pilgrims.
Ibrahim Barzak, Associated Press | posted Dec 18th - 5:13am
Leading Palestinian human rights campaigner Dr. Eyad Sarraj, who dealt with the mental health damage caused by political oppression and challenged both Israeli and Palestinian abuses, died after battling leukemia, his family said Wednesday. He was 69.
May 26th, 2011 @ 1:55pm
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