Despite health problems, opposition calls for boycott
Posters of Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika for presidential elections
Algiers - Arab TodayAlgerians were voting in presidential elections on Thursday, with incumbent Abdelaziz Bouteflika widely expected to win a fourth term despite chronic health problems, fraud warnings and opposition calls for a boycott. More than 260,000 Read more...
Delay due to killing an Israeli in the West Bank
Women hold pictures of Palestinian prisoners of Israel at a protest in Gaza
Jerusalem - Arab TodayIsraeli and Palestinian negotiators were to hold a meeting Thursday with US envoy Martin Indyk, in a bid to find a way to extend their faltering peace talks. The meeting had been put off by a day, with Israel implying the delay was due to the Read more...
Trial is part of relentless crackdown
Egyptian policemen sit on benches on a street in the capital Cairo
Cairo - Arab TodayAn Egyptian court jailed 120 supporters of deposed Islamist president Mohamed Morsi for three years on Wednesday over clashes that left dozens of people dead last year, officials said. The trial is part of a relentless crackdown that has Read more...
First strikes since conflict erupted 3 years ago
Jordanian soldier keeps watch on top of a military vehicle near Mafraq
Amman - Arab TodayJordanian warplanes destroyed "camouflaged" vehicles on Wednesday as they tried to cross into the kingdom from war-ravaged Syria, in the first such strikes since the conflict erupted three years ago. A Syrian military source, cited Read more...
Struggles to regain control of Anbar province
Iraqi security officer at the site of twin suicide bombing Ramadi
Ramadi - Arab TodayTwo suicide bombers blew up vehicles rigged with explosives outside a government compound in the Iraqi city of Ramadi on Wednesday, killing five people, police and a doctor said. The twin attacks come as Iraq struggles to regain control of Read more...
First deadly attack this year in the occupied West Bank
Israeli soldiers patrol an area near the village of Idhna, close to Hebron
Jerusalem - Arab TodayPrime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pinned blame on the Palestinian leadership after a deadly attack on an Israeli police officer near the flashpoint West Bank city of Hebron. "This assassination is the result of the incitement to hatred by Read more...
Detainees starved, tortured in prisons
Syrian man carrying a child makes his way amid rubble after air strikes in Aleppo
New York - Arab TodayFrance will table a proposal before the United Nations Security Council authorizing the International Criminal Court to investigate crimes against humanity in Syria, French ambassador to the UN Gerard Araud said Tuesday. Araud told reporters Read more...
Unrest driven mainly by widespread anger among Sunni
Rescuers carry away victims following a mortar attack in Ramadi
Baghdad - Arab TodayA senior army officer died when his helicopter crashed due to a malfunction, the defence ministry said, as violence in Iraq killed seven people on Tuesday. Iraq is suffering a protracted surge in violence that has claimed more than 2,550 Read more...
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