Leaders of opposition party VMRO-DPMNE boycotted the vote, saying the wording on the referendum was misleading.
The statement was later withdrawn but Karwan Anwar, the head of the PUK media office, told Reuters that the party would reject results in all …
Indian army claims the chopper, carrying leader of Pakistan-administered Kashmir, violated its airspace.
Brexit is already costing the public purse £500 million a week, new research has found.
Voters in the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region in northern Iraq head to polling stations to elect its first parliament since a disastrous separation referendum last year.
While roaming Instagram for some Sukkot inspiration, we found a wide array of original sukkahs.
Authorities say they are legally acquiring land to be used for ‘development’ projects, but villagers tell another story.
Anguish in Gaza, as funerals take place for protesters killed on Friday along the barrier fence with Israel.
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Syria slammed international interference and attacks on its sovereignty, while also accusing US of war crimes.
Valtteri Bottas has secured a one-two for Mercedes at the Russian Grand Prix, beating teammate Lewis Hamilton to pole position.
Jerusalem also considered sending Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu or Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman to visit Moscow to stop the diplomatic crisis from spiraling even further.
The only party before to hold a primary on the Internet was the Zehut party of former MK Moshe Feiglin.
A US federal judge has ruled that a group of nearly 200 members of Congress can sue President Donald Trump over foreign payments.
Speculations are growing that Friday talks between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and German Chancellor Angela Merkel led to little progress in resolving disputes between …
Only two weeks ago, Teva received approval for its newly-developed migraine drug known as Ajovy, raising hopes of improved financial fortunes.
“The measures will be devoted to ensuring 100 percent safety and security of our men”
As Brexit talks drag on, UK right-wing media ratchet up negative coverage. Plus, Mahathir and Malaysia’s media revamp.
Trami causes widespread rain as at least 17 people injured and thousands of homes left without power.
China’s new domestically-developed FTC-2000G versatile warplane has taken its maiden flight.
The Palestinian suit requests the court “to order the United States of America to withdraw (its) diplomatic mission from the Holy City of Jerusalem.”
Buildings were damaged and one person died after two earthquakes and a series of aftershocks struck off the coast of Indonesia on Friday, September 28, …
Bollywood actor Tanushree Dutta has alleged she was harassed by a veteran actor 10 years ago.
Female candidates and voters say women are left out October’s elections, both in campaign promises and on the ballot.
“For a Holocaust-denying country that is threatening Israel to compare the United States or its leader to Nazis is among the most outrageous things I …
An analyst believes Saudi Arabia and the former Yemeni government seek to covertly continue their atrocities without drawing global attention. have failed to stop world …
The US admits the presence of Iranian advisors in Syria is at the Damascus’ request, expressing hope the government would discharge them.
A German police spokesman confirmed that a Syrian migrant was arrested, but did not confirm the rest of the report.
India’s Supreme Court says ban on women aged 10 to 50 from entering Sabarimala Ayyappa temple was unconstitutional.
Canadian lawmakers vote unanimously to revoke symbolic honour from Myanmar leader over her handling of Rohingya crisis.
Saudi forces have reportedly raided a house in the Shia-populated Qatif region, killing three anti-regime activists.
Sweden is one of only five countries where the slaughter of animals without prior stunning – a requirement for producing kosher and halal meat – …
“Shalom Jerusalem, I’m coming back!”
Israeli prime minister calls on United Nations nuclear inspectors to carry out work on facilities near Tehran.
While Abbas denounced Israel and the US for undermining two state solution, Israeli PM made Iran his focus.
The Israeli prime minister abuses the UN podium to repeat the baseless claim that Iran is seeking to develop nuclear weapons at clandestine sites.
The US president said reports that diplomats laughed at him at the UN are “fake news.”
A political party in France has called on Paris to consider establishing a special bank for trade with Iran and Russia as part of a …
Tension rises in disputed region after the death of a young shepherd who was killed in ‘cold blood’, says family.
At least 221 people have died since 2017 despite a ban on ‘manual scavenging’, with salaries of less than $200 a month.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declined UNESCO’s invitation to attend the event.
Defense Minister said Israel is ready to reopen Quneitra crossing with Syria.
“I think probably two-state is more likely,” Trump said at a news conference in New York. But “if the Israelis and the Palestinians want one …
Pledge comes after ruling party casts doubt over results of contentious presidential election, citing ‘irregularities’.
US President Donald Trump acknowledges the fact that the Israeli regime is “aggressive” at a meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
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In concrete terms, it is hard to imagine how Jews and Israel can be seen as oppressors. The Jew is the greatest victim in all …
Farmers pose with a Chinese national flag made from chili peppers and corn, on Longquan Mountain in Lishui, in China’s eastern Zhejiang Province, on September …
Unknown gunmen have attacked an area torn by tribal strife in eastern Mali, killing at least 12 people, security source say.
Amid writing two books with the supermodel-turned-author, Adeena Sussman got married, moved to Tel Aviv and completed her own cookbook, ‘Sababa,’ due out next year.
Rosen told the league’s online magazine earlier this year that a lot of the trash talk that was directed at him on the field during …
Top court rules in favour of national identity card project, but bars private companies from accessing the data.
Huge fires take hold in southern Europe forcing more than 700 people from their homes.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says US unilateral and illegitimate sanctions against Iran equal to economic terrorism.
“You prefer Muslims when there are so many Hindus around,” a policeman is heard saying in the video.
Palestine flags fly high as UK Labour Party votes in favor of arms ban on Israel.