Tunisia Synagogue Firebombed as Protests Rock Country
The unrest centers on rising costs and government austerity.
Snow in the Sahara Video Shows White Sand Dunes
Children made snowmen and sledded around the town of Ain Sefra.
Where Will ISIS Be in 2018? Iran Says Central Asia Next
Iran said ISIS will next focus on Central Asia, but it still has sway in parts of the Caucasus, the Gulf, North and sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia.
Where Next For ISIS As Its Caliphate Crumbles?
The group is losing in Iraq and Syria, but its toxic brand threatens countries worldwide. Here are ten most at risk.
Shouting 'Allahu Akbar' in Venice 'Will Get You Shot'
"If someone shouts Allahu Akbar while running through St Mark's Square, we'll shoot them," the mayor of Venice said.
ICC Rules Mali Jihadist Liable For $3.2 Million Damages
Amad al-Faqi al-Mahdi was jailed for nine years in 2016 after pleading guilty to war crimes.
A Strong Egypt Is a Strong Middle East
The Trump administration has wisely realized that a strong Egypt benefits all of us.
Qatar Must End Its Support For Terror In Libya
Qatar's support of the most radical of militants in Libya is perpetuating the country's crisis.
ISIS, Italian Mafia May Be Working to Smuggle Oil
Rome is probing ties between criminal networks and the jihadi group over possible efforts to smuggle contraband oil.
Egypt Attack: Man Stabs Six Tourists in Red Sea Resort
The attacker sneaked into a hotel by swimming from a nearby beach.
Calls For French Magazine Ban Over Use of Attack Images
The magazine defends the publication of the pictures that show victims of the truck attack as a public duty.
Al-Qaeda Frees Swedish Mali Hostage After Five Years
The group kidnapped the Swedish national from Timbuktu in 2011.
Russia Has a Major Stake in Libya's Uncertain Future
Russia's involvement in Libya has everything to do with Moscow's geopolitical motives.
Tunisia Kills ISIS Chief Planning Ramadan Attacks
His death comes days after the group's call for "all out war" in the holy month.
Gunmen Kill 26 Coptic Christians in Egypyt
The attack comes after twin suicide bombings on churches in Egypt on Palm Sunday.
ISIS Warns Muslims in Egypt: Avoid Christian Gatherings
The move suggests ISIS is planning further attacks against Christians in the North African country.
Israel Shuts Egypt Border, Warns of Sinai Attack Threat
ISIS claimed responsibility for a rocket fired from the Sinai on Monday.
Pope to Go Ahead With Egypt Visit After Deadly Bombings
A Vatican official said Egypt has promised to do all it can to protect the leader of the Catholic world.
Sissi Looks to Seize on Trump's Human Rights Apathy
With Obama in the rearview, here's what to expect from Abdel Fattah el-Sissi's trip to the White House.
Egypt's Former President Hosni Mubarak Freed: Lawyer
Mubarak was the first leader to face trial after the Arab Spring uprisings.
Britain Issues Laptop, Tablet Ban on Certain Flights
The ban follows a similar U.S. order and was announced Tuesday.
ISIS Forced Foreign Nurses to Treat Fighters in Libya
The group released the medics after discovering they were Muslim, but on one condition.
Amnesty Accuses Tunisian Forces of 'Brutal' Abuses
The rights group says Tunisian authorities are using "torture, arbitrary arrests and detentions" against suspects.
Giulio Regeni: Egypt Allows Italy to Probe Murder
The Italian student disappeared in January 2016, before being found dead by a roadside in Cairo.
Drone Strikes Under Obama Killed up to 117 Civilians
Rights groups say the Obama administration has downplayed the number of civilian casualties.
Morocco 'Bans Production and Sale of the Burqa'
The ban comes despite Islam's status as Morocco's official religion.
'Mastermind' of Tunisia Beach and Museum Attacks Named
Chamseddine al-Sandi ran a cell responsible for the Sousse massacre and the assault on a Tunis museum.
Libyan Flight Hijackers Surrender, Maltese PM Declares
The Afriqiyah Airways Airbus A320 had 118 people on board and was diverted to Malta.
ISIS Loses Libya's Sirte to Pro-Government Forces
The group had imposed its brutal brand of conservative Islamic law in the North African city.
Egypt to Try 292 ISIS Suspects Over Sisi Murder Plot
The suspects are allegedly members of the Sinai Province, an ISIS affiliate.