Iraq's prime minister responded to protests this summer over failing public services by launching a campaign against corruption and mismanagement, yet more than four months later there is little sign of improvement in one key sector: healthcare.
The local branch of the Muslim Brotherhood defied on Monday the decision of the group’s London-based international office to replace Mohamed Montaser with Taalat Fahmy as the group’s media spokesperson in Egypt.
A draft resolution to be submitted to the UN Security Council takes "explicit" aim at the Islamic State group and its lucrative trade in oil, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin told AFP in an interview Wednesday.
Reporters of partisan and privately-owned newspaper were denied entry into a hearing of former President Mohamed Morsi’s espionage trial Wednesday, while reporters of state-run publication were allowed, Youm7 reported.
A soldier was killed in Arish, North Sinai after a suicide bomber detonated his explosive belt during a security campaign Tuesday, Youm7 reported.
One of Germany's most prominent Islamic extremists has been arrested on suspicion of supporting a foreign terror group.
ISIS militant group’s media activity is facing a drop off as air strikes by the US-led coalition, the Syrian air force, and Russian warplanes have reduced the group's media capabilities, Egypt’s Dar El-Iftaa Monitor for Extremist Fatwas said on Wednesday.
A 29-year-old man was arrested in the Paris region on Tuesday as part of the vast investigation into last month's attacks on the city that left 130 dead, a judicial source said.
Islamic state is similar to the Muslim Brotherhood movement, a Jordanian intellectual said in a TV interview.
Islamic State “is not that different from other political religious movements, such as the Muslim Brotherhood,” in that they “share the same original ideology, but their actions differ in degree,” said Dr. Fehmi Jadaane, according to the video of the interview posted by MEMRI (the Middle East Media Research Institute) on Sunday.
Talaat Shenawi, Muslim Brotherhood in Dakahlia administrative office manager, 80-year old, passed away Monday morning, after a long illness, in a Cairo hospital.
Egypt and the US discussed on Sunday means to limit ISIS's access to funding, as well as joint strategies to combat the "brutal" group's affiliates in North Africa, a US official has said.
Bishop Arsani of the Netherlands opened the St. Mark church in The Hague and held a Mass after expansion work on the church was completed.
An Israeli army veteran from the country's Arab minority has joined Islamic State insurgents in Syria, an Israeli security official said on Sunday, confirming a local media report.
The State Litigation Authority dismissed four counselors, warned five and flagged three others on Saturday for their purported connection to the politically vocal group Judges for Egypt.
Saudi and Emirati authorities say two senior officers from a Saudi-led coalition supporting Yemen’s internationally recognized government have been killed near the city of Taiz.
Babylonia has no regrets about leaving behind her two children and her job as a hairdresser to join a Christian female militia battling against the Islamic State militant group in Syria.
The United States and Italy on Sunday led an international diplomatic push to get Libya’s warring factions to sign a deal to form a unity government, hoping it will stop the spread of Islamic State militancy in the North African country.
The head of Al-Nour Party’s parliamentary bloc claims that the newly elected parliament is entirely dependent on businessmen and lacks experts in various other fields. Moreover, many of the new MPs won their seats through bribery, he said and that making for a legislative body that is poorly equipped to meet the needs of the nation.
Mohannad is a spy for Islamic State. He eavesdrops on chatter in the street markets of Mosul and reports back to his handlers when someone breaks the militant group's rules. One man he informed on this year – a street trader defying a ban on selling cigarettes – was fined and tortured by Islamic State fighters, according to a friend of Mohannad's family. If the trader did not stop, his torturers told the man, they would kill him.
In the first hearing of what is known as the "Rabaa dispersal case" Saturday, a Cairo court postponed proceedings to Feb. 6, when 739 defendants, including the Muslim Brotherhood's Supreme Guide, will face trial.
The Islamic State militants group on Thursday recaptured two areas in central Syria from government forces, just weeks after losing them, a monitor said.
Hostages appear to leave the Bataclan concert hall as siege ends with two attackers reportedly having been killed