Munich shooting had 'obvious link' to Breivik, not ISIS
There are ‘no indications whatsoever’ 18-year-old German-Iranian gunman had any links to ISIS or that killings were motivated by politics.
Shocked Germany probes motives of 'lone' Munich mass killer
Array - 2017-03-19
Nine people are killed, another 16 wounded as black-clad gunman brings terror to Germany's third largest city, before committing suicide.
Lebanese prime minister: ‘Only an agreement between Saudi Arabia and Iran in Lebanon will produce a president’
Decade after ‘divine victory’, Hezbollah’s in trouble
Russia, Iran race for influence in Syria
As vote looms, Rohani gets tough with big bankers
Iran denies banning prominent sculptor from leaving country
Police deny claims by Parviz Tanavoli they are behind legal complaint that has prevented artist from leaving country.
Middle East countries rally behind Erdogan
Array - 2017-03-19
Saudi Arabia welcomes Erdogan's success in prevailing against coup bid as Qatar congratulates Turkish President on people’s support.
Nasrallah, Hariri and the Saudi-Iran connection
Iran cracks down on ‘vulgar culture’ of canine ownership
Ali Alfoneh -19/06/2016
Caring for dogs is haram (forbidden) according to religious leaders, says local prosecutor Mohsen Boosaidi.
Iran accuses British-Iranian woman of bid to 'overthrow regime'
According to Guards, Zaghari-Ratcliffe was 'identified and arrested after massive intelligence operations' as one of 'heads of foreign-linked hostile networks.'
Saudi Arabia and Iran trade cyber-attacks
Mohammed Alkhereiji - 12/06/2016
Saudi-Iran tensions show no sign of abating
Gregory Aftandilian - 12/06/2016
Comic by Yaser Ahmed
Yaser Ahmed - 12/06/2016
Iran’s dangerous quest for superpower status
Bassem Ajami - 12/06/2016
Iranian defeat in Khan Tuman unsettles regime
Ali Alfoneh - 12/06/2016