In contrast to ISIS’s rule over the city, Iraq’s government has already shown a path to reconcile Iraqis, especially its minority Sunnis.
Qatar Airways employs new security procedures to satisfy American authorities, joining two other major Gulf carriers off a US laptop ban list.
In a historic dispute with Qatar, several Arab nations sent the nation a 13-point list including 'steep' diplomatic and political demands. Turkey has refused to comply with the ultimatums and intends to bolster its military presence in Qatar.
Saudi king ends the lingering uncertainty over succession, promoting his son Mohammed bin Salman to crown prince and deputy prime minister.
In response to a rising threat posed by the Islamic State and a growing number of American casualties in Afghanistan, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is expected to announce a troop surge in the area to support a war effort that has extended over three US presidencies.
Kuwait’s emir is engaging Qatar’s emir in a series of talks intended to mediate a resolution to the disagreement that resulted in strict embargos on Qatar.
The role of a woman in the terrorist attacks in Iran should help highlight the effort of several Muslim countries to train women as spiritual guides. The main purpose: to prevent recruitment of young people by jihadists.
Emerging profiles reveal more information about the attackers – two of whom were previously known by British authorities.
Qatar's neighbors accuse the state of engaging with extremist groups responsible for destabilizing the region. In an effort to begin building peace in the region, Kuwait is trying to navigate the biggest diplomatic crisis in the Persian Gulf since 1991.
So far, there are eight suspects detained by authorities for connections to the suicide bomber Salman Abedi.
By design, his first official trip abroad alights in the centers of three faiths, signaling hopes they can use their common roots to unite against terrorists and their supporters.