Weakened and injured fighters, along with family members and other civilians abandoned their defense of the terror group's last Syrian hold-out, said to be down to about a dozen houses
The Saudi counterterrorism law and other regulations are "unacceptably wide and unacceptably vague," said the U.N. special rapporteur on protecting human rights while countering terrorism
Foreign Minister Stef Blok says envoy is called back 'for consultations' after Iran expell two Dutch diplomats in February
Mahmoud Abu Zaid, known as Shawkan, returned to his family Monday but will remain under police supervision
US official: “We instructed numerous embassies, including in the Gulf, to weigh in on both sides"
Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs says Trudeau's remarks that Canada wants a way out of the agreement are 'for domestic consumption'
Deployment, which began in March, was intended to test US military's ability to rapidly deploy such weapons around the world, said a spokeswoman for US European Command
Jeremy Hunt said during a visit to Yemen that Hodeida 'was supposed to be cleared of militia and left under neutral control by the beginning of January'
Taliban and American officials are currently engaged in a new round of meetings in Doha in their bid to finalize a draft agreement
82-year-old president, who is confined to a wheelchair and rarely seen in public, is seeking a 5th-term
US moving entire diplomatic mission to embassy, consulate was mainly used to service Palestinians
Dual US-Saudi national Walid Fitaihi has been held since November 2017, is believed to have been tortured