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Saudi Arabia and Bahrain have expelled Lebanon’s ambassadors in recent days. Hezbollah may see an opening and could increase tensions
Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries expelled Lebanese envoys in a diplomatic spat that risks adding to Lebanon's economic crisis.
The United States and other Western powers meanwhile have accused Iran of trying to disrupt and break into their networks.
Syrian air defenses intercepted targets near the capital Damascus on Saturday after an alleged Israeli strike.
Palestinian Authority General Intelligence Service head Maged Faraj to Dubai has sparked speculation that the UAE and PA may be mending fences.
The rift risks widening to more Gulf states with Bahrain also asking Lebanon's ambassador to leave shortly after the Saudi decision.
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31 suspects were investigated by Turkish police on charges of "provocatively" eating bananas in social media posts.
Jihad al-Arab, Dany Khoury and lawmaker Jamil Sayyed were sanctioned over alleged large-scale corruption that undermined the rule of law in Lebanon.
The World Bank will finance the granting of a loan to import and transport electricity to Lebanon from Syria and Jordan.
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Six Palestinians were condemned to death for cooperating with Israel by the military judiciary in Gaza.
The head of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran, Ali Shamkhani, tweeted in Hebrew on Thursday that Iran had 'foiled the enemy's plans' to wreak havoc during Tuesday's cyberattack.
The investigation has made little headway amid a smear campaign against Judge Tarek Bitar and pushback from powerful Lebanese factions.
Israel missed a huge opportunity to team up with Jordan and set an example for the whole region about how making peace can benefit everyone.
The findings of the poll show that overall support for Fatah has increased and is now higher than that of Hamas.
Except for relatively brief periods before the assassination of President Sadat in 1981 and following the 2011 revolution, states of emergency have been in place since the 1967 Arab-Israeli war.