Facing unprecedented protests, leader declares state of emergency for one year and announces dissolution of central, state governments
The Australian government was targeted by Tehran-based hackers, American security firm Fireeye said.
The cooperation agreement with Pakistan is only the first step in the Saudi ‘expansion to the east.’ The bad news: A U.S. Congress that may end funding for the war in Yemen
Mounting troubles at Kraft Heinz, revealed late on Thursday with a triple-punch of bad news, call into question its reliance on cost-cutting as a way to generate profit growth.
Release of special forces arrested in 2015 could ensure tensions between Israel and Hamas don't spiral out of control in upcoming months and possibly revive negotiations on prisoner exchange deal
Gazans came out to demonstrate in 48th Friday protest in a row
Ethiopia's Demie Samuel Getachew won's the men's race, while Kenyan Margaret Wangui Njuguna came first among the women
Poised to complete civilian evacuation of last ISIS stronghold, Kurdish forces say even small American presence will stabilize turbulent region
For six months, Palestinian villagers living on West Bank land that Israel deems a closed firing range saw their dream of running water come true. Then the Civil Administration put an end to it
The government wants its communications satellites made in Israel - but making that happen is a long, expensive battle