As the US-led coalition continues to hit ISIL targets in Iraq and Syria, the Obama administration’s strategy against the jihadists is becoming ever
Tony Blair, a former British prime minister, is to step down as a Quartet representative in the Middle East, the organisation has announced. It comes
Clashes erupted between people marking Jerusalem Day – the anniversary of Israel’s capture of the eastern part of the city during the 1967 Middle
Saudi Arabia is to undergo a serious reshuffle of power. King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, at the helm since January 2015, has broken with tradition and
The Greek-Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem performed the traditional “washing of the feet” ceremony outside the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in
Residents of the Iraqi capital Baghdad seemed pleased ten years of nighttime curfew are over. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced the decision
Will King Abdullah’s death change anything in his kingdom and in Saudi Arabia’s relations with the West? Dr. Riad Muasses, head of euronews’ Arabic
There were grey charged skies over Jerusalem as the Middle East prepared for a rare snowstorm, and if it is anything like the one that caught
A war erupted in the summer of 2014 in Gaza. It was a lightning conflict between Israel, various Palestinian forces – including Hamas and Islamic
US Secretary of State John Kerry met with his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov in Rome on Sunday as the US tries to diffuse tensions over
A Palestinian minister has died following a confrontation with Israeli troops at a West Bank protest. The images in the video above were filmed at
Premiering in Morocco, Visa For Music is a new fair aimed at promoting music from Africa and the Middle East.
Some 60 exhibitors took part in the
Sweden officially recognises the State of Palestine, the country’s foreign minister has announced, making it the first European Union country to do
The extreme violence of the jihadist Islamic State group has intensified the debate in Europe over radical Islam.
The question in this edition of
On Thursday evening, Israel Defence Forces (IDF) began a ground offensive in Gaza, under the instruction of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the
US diplomacy is showing clear signs of Mideast fatigue.
Hamas rockets lace the sky into Israel, Israel returns fire against the Palestinians
As the use of chemical weapons tips the Syrian civil war into unchartered territory, euronews spoke to the country’s deputy foreign minister, Faysal
Israel and Palestinians have agreed to resume stalled peace talks. US Secretary of State John Kerry announced the news after meeting with both
Question by Amin, Lyon, France:
“Hello my name is Amin, I am a student in Lyon. Why doesn’t Europe get more involved in resolving the Middle East
Military communication isn’t what it used to be. The Israeli Army is taking a whole new approach.
It is using Internet social networks in an effort
The ‘Arab Spring’ has changed several political regimes in the Middle East, shaping modern culture in the Arab World. With Turkey’s political
Ahmet Davutoglu is seen as the architect of the new Turkish foreign policy over the last decade. Political scientist and historian, he is often
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has made clear that he intends to take the question of statehood to the United Nations this September, unless
What is holding up the negotiation process between the Israelis and the Palestinians? ‘Medays’, a forum in Tangier organised by Moroccan think tank