The Israeli strike prompted a wave of rocket attacks by Gaza militants after a period of relative calm.
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Dara Khosrowshahi compared the killing of Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi operatives to the death of a woman who was hit by a self-driving car. Later, he said the murder “was reprehensible and should not be forgotten or excused.”
The death of Mr. Le Mesurier, a Briton who provided training and equipment for the civil defense group, is under investigation.
One of the first repatriated was an American said to be an Islamic State fighter. Western countries have strongly resisted taking back militants who went to fight in the region.
Israelis see the step as a reflection of the dismal state of relations a quarter century after the treaty was reached.
The discovery, if verified, could bolster the country’s proven reserves by a third as it struggles to sell energy abroad in the face of U.S. sanctions.
With six demonstrators killed, the government’s tough tactic could backfire.
Aramco, the world’s largest oil company, said it would set a final price for its shares on Dec. 5.
The country’s Revolutionary Court has proceedings “ongoing” over Robert A. Levinson, a former F.B.I. agent who vanished in Iran in 2007, a filing to the United Nations revealed.
Nearly 300 Iraqis have died in antigovernment demonstrations in the south and in the capital. A rocket attack in the north has added yet another level of uncertainty.
The interior minister declared that Turkey was “not a hotel” for captured Islamic State fighters as it began to pressure reluctant European states to take back their citizens.
Kurdish residents of northeastern Syria opposed to the Turkish invasion have thrown rocks at Turkish and Russian vehicles patrolling the area.
A magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck northwestern Iran early Friday, killing at least five people and injuring over 300 others, officials said.
She was the only woman in an espionage ring of about a dozen Egyptians that engineered bombings. Their mission did not go well.
The indictment of two former Twitter employees accused of spying for the Saudis highlights the platform’s power and the kingdom’s efforts to control it.
In an internal memo, the senior American diplomat in northern Syria criticized the Trump administration for failing to try harder to deter Turkey from invading northern Syria last month.
The Israeli leader claimed international inspectors knew Iran had hidden a secret nuclear site, and the American secretary of state accused Iran of ‘nuclear extortion.’
The ambush, which also wounded 60 people, was the third deadly attack on the Semafo mining company in 15 months.
Pierre Krahenbuhl stepped down after being told that he would be temporarily replaced while a misconduct investigation was pending.
The Turkish president said his forces had detained several family members of the ISIS leader who died in a raid.
The motive for the attack at Jerash, an archaeological site and tourist draw in northern Jordan, remained unknown.
The agreement aims to mend a rift between the Saudi-backed government and Emirati-backed rebels so they can focus on fighting the Iran-backed Houthis.
Rejecting an appeal by a United States citizen, Israel’s Supreme Court ruled that his visa should not be renewed.