An explosion has caused a fire on an Iranian tanker near the coast of Saudi Arabia, Iranian media say. The vessel, from Iran's national oil company (NIOC),
While in the past few years protests in Iraq have become common, the latest wave of unrest which has reportedly left over 100 people dead
Iraq's Prime Minister Adel Abdel Mahdi said he accepted the "rightful demands" of protesters as he called for calm after three days of unrest.
Security forces in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, have fired live rounds at protesters defying a curfew. The prime minister says the open-ended curfew
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is facing a series of final hearings before a decision is made on whether to charge him with corruption.
Iran's judiciary says it has convicted three people of spying for the US, sentencing one of them to death, and another person of spying for the UK.
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