ISIS second-in-command al-Adnani killed in Syria

ISIS's official news agency has confirmed the death of their spokesman Abu Muhammad al-Adnani who was killed whilst surveying operations in Aleppo. Abu Muhammad al-Adnani,...

Emir of Qatar calls for Arab-Iranian dialogue

Qatar's emir has offered to host a "meaningful dialogue" in an attempt to calm Arab-Iranian differences that underlie key conflicts in the Middle East. Sheikh...

Hamas resumes relations with Iran

The Palestinian Hamas movement has resumed relations with Iran after a temporary falling out over the Syrian conflict, a senior member of the Islamic...

Closure of Masjid al-Aqsa is a “declaration of war”

Israel’s closure of Masjid al-Aqsa to all visitors following the shooting of a Jewish hardliner is tantamount to a “declaration of war,” Palestinian president...

Blonde Iraqi candidate with pink lipstick causes outrage on Facebook

An upcoming Iraqi parliamentary candidate has been lambasted for her excessive make-up and blonde hair.   Iraqis have been used to seeing female parliamentarians belonging...

BREAKING: Suspected suicide bomb blast near Prophet’s Mosque in Madina

A suspected suicide bombing has been reported in the holy city of Madina near Masjid an-Nabawi, Islam's second holiest site. Video footage showed a vehicle...

Over $140K raised for Syrian refugee after picture goes viral

Over $140,000 has been raised after a picture of a Syrian refugee seemingly trying to sell pens on a street in Beirut with his...

Al-Jouf continues to mourn after Nahid Al Manea’s burial

Thousands of people attended the janaza of Nahid Al Manea, the female international student from Saudi who was murdered in Colchester last Tuesday. Her body...

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi appears in public leading Jummah prayers in Mosul

The leader of ISIS' caliphate, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has appeared in public leading the jummah prayers at Mosul's landmark mosque, Masjid Al-Nuri. Speaking from the...
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Saudi football officials apologise for not observing silence over London attack against Australia

Senior Saudi football officials have apologised after their national team chose not to participate in a minute's silence for the victims of the London...
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