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There are reports Saudi Arabia is demanding money from the senior officials it recently arrested.
The near-absence of other religions, like Mormonism and Islam, has aroused debates about the museum's purpose.
From Yemen war and princes' detentions to women's rights, delegates meet in UK to discuss succession of developments.
As US refuses to renew PLO office permit in Washington, officials say they will end contact with Trump administration.
Search for missing vessel enters third day as President Mauricio Macri vows to do everything possible to locate vessel.
Jabal al-Baba residents express fear about future as they anticipate the forced removal of their community within days.
The crossing, which is being run by the Palestinian Authority, is expected to remain open for three days.
The December 21 comes amid deepening polarisation in Catalonia and could additionally exacerbate the situation.
Six separatists and an Indian air force commando die in gun battle in a northern part of Indian-administered Kashmi
Stephen Roberts discusses the threats and promises of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
As the oil-rich country fails to pay its debt, we examine what happens next and what it means for its people.
President Robert Mugabe is fast losing his grip on the country and pressure is building on him to quit.
Hundreds of Eritreans gather in Stockholm to protest against arrest of teachers and the director of an Islamic school.
Nedal Zoya was denied a job at an orphanage in New Delhi because she looked 'like a Muslim lady' in her hijab.
Hariri informs Lebanese leaders he will be back in the country on Wednesday for Independence Day celebrations.
Some in the country are stocking up on food supplies as tensions mount over resignation of Prime Minister Saad Hariri.
Riyadh's Middle East power struggle as seen across the region's media. Plus, the challenge of covering Manus Island.
Rare public show of defiance backed by army and ruling party officials comes days after military takeover.
We debate whether Saudi Arabia's latest shakeups could trigger a wave of authoritarianism in the Middle East.
Saudi authorities are making deals with people held in sweeping government crackdown, sources say.