With oil prices in free fall, and the very survival of their regimes at stake, many countries in the Middle East are running out of options — and the entire world might pay the price
Police in Beirut order people to stop strolling on the seaside corniche as Iraqis anticipate a government-imposed lockdown
From Iraq to Morocco, people are taking to social media platforms to deal with their frustrations and their leaders' ineptitude in addressing the health crisis
Persian Gulf countries have been scrambling to contain the outbreak, which has infected thousands of people in nearby Iran
In Iran and Egypt, government incompetence in handling coronavirus cases is met with an increasingly suspicious public
Open talks with Afghan government are part of the accord but Taliban says release of 5,000 comrades is also part of the deal
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Israel orders quarantine for all arrivals over coronavirus
It is not clear who was behind the attack in the embattled region
Restrictions come as Iran faces coronavirus crisis and spate of criticism and misinformation on social media, according to advocacy group NetBlocks
Big, uncontrolled movements of people, ineffective governments and poor healthcare systems make the region unusually vulnerable.
'Smell of Disinfectants Became My Nightmare': Iranians Worry Regime Is Failing to Deal With Coronavirus
As death toll in the country rises to 54, authorities called on Iranians to avoid public places, while academic, cultural and sports centers have been temporarily shut down
The emirate is still suffering from the bad times that followed the global economic crisis. If Iranians don't step in, other foreigners might by snapping up property
The Islamic Republic is the only country in the Gulf region that has reported deaths from the coronavirus
Despite two intifadas, two Lebanese wars, a war in Gaza and two Gulf wars, Mubarak's moderating policy kept turmoil from spilling over into regional conflict
Afghan presidential palace slams New York Times for giving a platform to 'an individual who is on a designated terrorist list'
The country will struggle to economically sustain its growth, and climate change is just adding to the misery
Fuel tankers were evacuated and Tripoli is in danger of supply shortage
80% of the population in need of aid, says U.N. official
Penalty matches series of previous espionage sentences in the country
Egyptian public prosecutor is claiming that Patrick Zaki, a human rights activist, broadcast 'false news aimed at disrupting security and social peace'
'Should the Taliban implement what they've committed do, we will move forward,' senior Trump administration official says
Last week, Israeli air strikes killed up to 23 Syrian government soldiers and allied militia ■ Earlier this week, Iran threatened Israel with 'crushing response' to any action against its Mideast interests
Long-standing ruler Bouteflika resigned in April and the new president has offered concessions and talks to the opposition, but protesters still fill the squares
The man is suspected of having prepared explosives and of seeking to buy a drone for the attack
Even if Beirut’s new cabinet can implement its financial plan, that may not be enough to quell the protest movement
The world body warns that flight restrictions are hampering humanitarian efforts in a conflict that has been going on since 2014
U.S. military says its forces came under fire, promoting them to responded in self-defense
Rohani calls on Iranians to vote in upcoming parliamentary elections despite 'possible complaints and criticism' as country roils in economic turmoil
The law and the amendments are widely seen as part of an unprecedented crackdown on dissent waged by President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi