The attack came in Ahvaz, a center of antigovernment protests.
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Some officials blamed Arab separatists, while others blamed the United States and Persian Gulf states for the assault.
The Trump administration insists on Geneva-based peace talks as Russia and Turkey promote a truce in Syria. And it wants to keep U.S. troops in the east.
John Wesley Downs, 62, says he was convicted on an inflated charge of spying. After 13 years, he is hoping President Trump will intervene on his behalf.
Elliott Broidy, an ally of President Trump, was disgraced by sordid revelations and hacked emails. His legal team is going after the hackers — and blames Qatar.
The American military in Kabul was publicizing the number of killed enemy fighters. The propaganda tactic with echoes of the Vietnam War was stopped on Thursday.
The celebrity chef drew Mr. Rubio’s ire for serving a lavish meal to the authoritarian president of Venezuela, known for his extravagant lifestyle amid crushing poverty.
He worked on his magnum opus, an encyclopedia of Iranian history and culture, for more than 40 years, retiring at the letter “K.” The work goes on.
Tensions briefly flared after the plane was destroyed by Syrian antiaircraft missiles that were countering Israeli warplanes striking targets in Syria.
The announcement by Russia and Turkey about Idlib Province appeared to forestall what had been widely feared as a brutal offensive by Syrian forces.
Alaa and Gamal Mubarak, whose father was ousted as president in 2011, were arrested as part of an investigation into unlawful trading that began in 2012.
Mr. Taha, who led the group Carte de Séjour before beginning a solo career, melded his Arabic heritage with punk, funk and electronic beats.
The secretary of state criticized John Kerry for discussing the jettisoned nuclear deal with Iranian diplomats. Mr. Kerry shrugged it off and plugged his new book.
An American aid agency is blocking Palestinian access to $10 million intended for peace programs with Israelis because of President Trump’s policy.
Speaking 25 years after the Oslo peace accords were signed, Jared Kushner said President Trump had stripped away the “false realities” that surround Middle East peacemaking.
A top aide to the Israeli prime minister is taking a leave of absence in the wake of allegations that he sexually assaulted several women.
The bank’s move, to ramp up the benchmark rate by 6.25 percentage points, had long been resisted by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
A handshake between Yitzhak Rabin and Yasir Arafat brought hope. But for Palestinians, nothing has turned out as they expected. Israel gained much, but not peace.
The United States can continue aiding a military campaign in Yemen after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo certified that a Saudi-led coalition was doing enough to minimize deaths.
The number of attempted attacks by the Islamic State held steady this year. What has changed is that the majority are intercepted by law enforcement.