A prominent bodyguard to Saudi Arabia's King Salman was shot dead in what authorities described as a personal dispute, state TV said.
The third edition of the El Gouna Film Festival wrapped up its nine-day run on Friday with more than 80 films screened throughout the week.
Small but rare protests in Egypt after online call for dissent
The People's Party said that it had never created false accounts on Twitter.
The dangerous downward spiral in the Middle East stems from the U.S. scrapping the Iran nuclear deal without a strategy in place.
An unofficial exit poll conducted by Sigma Consulting projected a landslide win in the Tunisian presidential election for independent candidate Kais Saied on Sunday, saying he had taken 76.9% of the votes.
U.S. President Trump could meet with Iran's Rouhani at U.N. with no preconditions - Pompeo
Netanyahu announces post-election plan to annex part of occupied West Bank
UK summons Iran ambassador, says assurances over oil tanker breached
Whilst much of the recent attention has been on Iran's nuclear ambitions, the country's existing arsenal of ballistic missiles is also making the US wary.
Euronews' International Correspondent Anelise Borges is in Tehran to see first-hand how ordinary Iranians are surviving under the bite of US sanctions.
Spain rescues almost 200 migrants in the Mediterranean
A district judge in the U.S. state of Oklahoma ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $572 million in damages over the opioid crisis in the state.
Oil down nearly 2% as trade war shakes confidence
Two Israeli drones came down over Beirut early on Sunday causing damage in a densely populated neighbourhood.
Britain has stripped dual national Jack Letts — known as "Jihadi Jack" — of his UK citizenship.
The uprecedented move to prohibit Democrat Congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar visiting Israel followed public pressure from Donald Trump.
Dutch band nixes Lebanon gig in solidarity with local artists
US believes Osama bin Laden's son Hamza is dead - official
For the sake of his political survival, Boris Johnson needs to make a mark on the world stage. Derided as a buffoon or worse, he is likely to look beyond Europe for a way to secure his legacy.
Pope offers prayers for migrants killed in Mediterranean shipwreck
Iran intends to restart activities at Arak heavy water nuclear reactor - ISNA news agency
Swiss minister under fire for tobacco sponsorship of Expo pavilion
France tells Iran to return to compliance in nuclear deal - foreign ministry
Iran vows to secure Strait of Hormuz, urges diplomacy
U.N. nuclear watchdog chief Amano has died, IAEA tell member states