Saturday, December 03, 2016
   
Text Size

Site Search powered by Ajax

Middle East

Israeli committee approves bill legalising outposts

The draft bill could embolden armed Jewish settlers in the occupied West Bank to continue taking over Palestinian homes.

Read more: Israeli committee approves bill legalising outposts

   

Turkish jets hit al-Bab in push to take ISIL's Raqqa

Turkish forces and allied FSA fighters target al-Bab with the aim of pressing on to ISIL's main stronghold in Syria.

FSA fighters

Read more: Turkish jets hit al-Bab in push to take ISIL's Raqqa

   

Netanyahu calls for restraint after Donald Trump win

Benjamin Netanyahu tells Israeli ministers and MP's to stop making statements about Donald Trump's US election victory.

Benjamin Netanyahu

Read more: Netanyahu calls for restraint after Donald Trump win

   

Iraqi army says Nimrud captured from ISIL

ISIL destroyed the ruins of the ancient Assyrian city last year, part of a campaign to erase "idolatrous" symbols.

Nimrud

Read more: Iraqi army says Nimrud captured from ISIL

   

Syrian government texts east Aleppo residents to leave

Government forces say they are preparing a major offensive, while rebels say such messages are psychological warfare.

mass starvation

Read more: Syrian government texts east Aleppo residents to leave

   

Iraqi Kurd forces destroyed Arab homes: rights group

Rights group accuses Iraqi Kurdish forces of unlawfully destroying Arab homes and villages in areas once ruled by ISIL.

Kurdish forces

Read more: Iraqi Kurd forces destroyed Arab homes: rights group

   

Street battles rage in Mosul as ISIL counterattacks

ISIL mortars, RPGs, and suicide car bombs target Iraqi forces as urban push meets stiff resistance.

Street battles in Mosul

Read more: Street battles rage in Mosul as ISIL counterattacks

   

Syrian forces reverse rebel advance in Aleppo

Army and allies regain control of several districts, rolling back recent rebel gains in besieged northern city.

Aleppo

Read more: Syrian forces reverse rebel advance in Aleppo

   

Derik governor dies after attack in Turkey's Mardin

Derik governor Fatih Safiturk succumbs to wounds, a day after explosion in his office in Mardin, near the Syria border.

Read more: Derik governor dies after attack in Turkey's Mardin

   

Egyptian police arrest scores of anti-Sisi protesters

At least 130 people are arrested as rallies erupt across the country against poor economic conditions and rising costs.

Plain clothes security

Read more: Egyptian police arrest scores of anti-Sisi protesters

   

Page 10 of 18

Donation

Thanks to all of our supporters for your generosity and your encouragement of an independent press!

Enter Amount:

Poll

Should US President-elect Donald Trump's opponents be protesting against the election result?

Featured_Author

Login






Login reminder Forgot login?

Subscribe to MWC News Alert

Email Address

Subscribe in a reader Facebok page Twitter page

Week in Pictures

Tributes to Chapecoense team

Aftermath of Turin floods