Nabeel Rajab, who has been detained since 2016, was convicted of "spreading fake news" last year.
An Iraqi arrest warrant alleges that Omar Ameen shot dead an Iraqi policeman during a raid in 2014.
Forensic examination of a mummy shows the original ancient Egyptian embalming recipe, scientists say.
Syria's civil war isn't over, but Russia is keen to show that life is gradually returning to normal.
The Justice Ministry announces says 45 Gaddafi-era militiamen will be executed for 2011 killings.
The United States's actions on Iran are nothing to be proud of, says Prof Mohammad Marandi.
Letters and packages from as far as 2010 arrive in the West Bank after they are released by Israel.
Israel had shut Kerem Shalom for all but humanitarian deliveries in response to Palestinian attacks.
How a young athlete from the Gaza Strip overcame prejudice and poverty to make Olympic history.
The Egyptian government announces that fans will be allowed back to watch league matches for the first time since 2012 initially in smaller numbers.
The Labour leader says he was at an event in 2014 in order to promote peace in the Middle East.
A UN report says a "reduced, covert version" of the group could remain, despite its military losses.
The Labour leader says Benjamin Netanyahu's claims about his "words and actions are false".
Thousands attend the funeral for 40 children who died in a Saudi-led air strike on a bus.
The explanation of his plan to take the electric carmaker private follows legal action by some investors.
More than 50 civilians were killed by the explosion in Idlib, which caused two buildings to collapse.
Five countries agree to share the resource-rich Caspian Sea after more than two decades of dispute.
Video believed to be of the flattened building in Idlib province shows children being rescued.
An Iranian photographer defies the country's restrictions on women attending men's sporting events.
Jihadists kidnapped 30 women and children from the minority sect during an attack in Suweida in July.
Egyptian Bishop Epiphanius was found dead at his monastery in a case that shocked the Coptic Church.
A woman in exile discovers that cooking for strangers is a way into their hearts.
At least 29 children died in the air strike on a bus in a Houthi rebel stronghold in Yemen.
Egyptian actress Hala Shiha, who retired in 2005, marks her comeback on social media.
The bus was hit at a market in Dahyan, in the northern province of Saada.
The children, all under the age of 15, died in a Saudi-led coalition attack in the rebel-held north.
Eight items seized by police in 2003 will be returned after being identified by museum experts.
Israel's military says it was targeting Hamas sites after they fired dozens of rockets at Israel.
Welshman Farah Hashi broke the speed limit dozens of times in a few hours in a rented Lamborghini.
Iran's foreign minister says Donald Trump's sanctions plan will not work and mocks his "tantrums".