Crew members of the oil tanker Front Altair, one of two vessels attacked this week in the Gulf of Oman, have landed in Dubai. The attacks happened three days ago. It comes amid calls from Saudi Arabia to secure Gulf energy supplies given that the tankers are on a vital oil shipping route.
Iran has categorically rejected claims that the country is behind the attacks on two oil tankers yesterday - saying they are responsible for maintaining the security of the Strait of Hormuz where the incidents took place. But its version of events is strongly disputed by the U.S.
They call it the cradle of civilisation. Historians refer to it as Mesopotamia - the place where the Stone Age began. But the ruined buildings that have dotted the landscape of southern Turkey for thousands of years, will soon be lost forever as a new dam is being built on the River Tigris.
A group of high school students in Egypt can’t take their exams because the system introduced by the Education Minister has failed them. [...] The students, aged 15 to 16 years old, decided to take to the streets to peacefully protest the situation, but they were in turn violently arrested.
Hebron, high in the mountains of the West Bank, is a Palestinian City which has been split for over 20 years. The proximity between the Israeli and the Palestinian communities create daily struggles. Euronews' reporter Monica Pinna went there to find out more.