Donald Trump renews attack on four Congresswomen from ethnic minorities, seeks apology 'for horrible things they have said'
Donald Trump attacked first-term democrats last week on Twitter, demanding they apologize 'for the horrible (hateful) things they have said.'
Africa Cup of Nations 2019: Historic tensions dissipate as Egyptian fans debate cheering for arch-rivals Algeria in final
Egyptians are debating cheering for Algeria, even as the bloody clashes between both sides' fans in a World Cup qualifier ten years back continue to haunt
Billy Dib has replaced the Indian Neeraj Goyat to fight two-time world champion Amir Khan for the WBC World Welterweight Championship title in Jeddah
BJP demolishes Opposition's 'fear-mongering' campaign, no big communal riots in India under Narendra Modi, says Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi
Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi exuded confidence that 30-35 percent minorities, including Muslims, will vote for the BJP in 2019.
US to veto Kuwait-sponsored resolution asking UN to ensure 'international protection' for Palestinians
US to veto Kuwait-drafted resolution that would suggest measures for international protection of Palestinians following escalating violence in Gaza.
The UAE said that one of four nuclear reactors at its debut plant has been completed as it moves closer to becoming the first Arab nation to produce atomic power
Turkey reacts sharply after US-led coalition in Syria announces creation of 30,000-strong border security force
The US-led coalition fighting the Islamic State group said on Sunday it was working to create a 30,000-strong border security force in northern Syria.
As Arab millionaires delight in Beypore's traditional wooden boats, marvelous craft at risk from lack of experts
Wooden dhows, known as Uru in Malabar, arguably the biggest handicraft in the world, continue to enthrall millionaires of Arab nations. A sleepy town on the west coast of Kozhikode, Beypore is the prime centre of this marvelous craftsmanship.
Gulf diplomatic crisis: Qatar is 'open to dialogue' to resolve dispute, says emir Sheikh Hamad al-Thani
Qatar is "open to dialogue" in resolving a dispute that has seen the Gulf state isolated from its Arab neighbours, its emir said during a visit to Indonesia on Wednesday
US halts military exercises with Gulf allies as it looks to use its influence to resolve Qatar crisis
US military has halted some exercises with its Gulf Arab allies over the ongoing diplomatic crisis targeting Qatar, trying to use its influence to end the dispute.
Saudi Arabia has pledged $33.7 million to help the World Health Organisation eradicate cholera in war-wrecked Yemen, where the disease has killed nearly 2,000 people, the WHO said on Sunday
The United Arab Emirates on Friday welcomed Qatar's decision to amend its anti-terrorism laws, in one of the first positive signs from the UAE and three other Arab countries since they imposed sanctions on Doha last month.
Muslims boycotted a Jerusalem holy site for the third day after Israeli authorities installed metal detectors and cameras at entrances.
More than 330,000 people have been killed in the Syrian conflict since it started six years ago, around a third of them civilians, a monitor said
Cairo: Egyptian president Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi on Wednesday reiterated his country's stance against the support and finance of terrorism, state-run MENA news agency reported.
Gulf diplomatic crisis: US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson ends Qatar rift talks with Saudi officials
Riyadh: US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson left Saudi Arabia on Wednesday after talks with foreign ministers of the four anti-Qatar countries on the month-long dispute among Gulf states, with no announcement released so far.
US secretary of state Rex Tillerson met with his Saudi counterpart on Wednesday as he looks to end a rift between Qatar and four Arab states.
Qatar's government says it is forming a committee to pursue compensation for damages stemming from its isolation by four Arab countries.
The four Arab states leading the boycott against Qatar said late on Thursday that Doha's refusal of their demands to resolve a Gulf diplomatic crisis is proof of its links to terror groups and that they would enact new measures against it.
Gulf diplomatic crisis: Qatar calls for 'dialogue', accuses Arab states of undermining its sovereignty
Qatar's foreign minister called for "dialogue" Wednesday to resolve the Gulf diplomatic crisis, accusing Arab states that have cut ties with Qatar of trying to undermine the nation's sovereignty