Egypt TV host Mohammed el-Gheiti was found guilty of encouraging immorality over an August 2018 segment in which his guest speaker described his profession.
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Turkish authorities detained and then deported Dutch journalist, her newspaper said Thursday — the latest foreign reporter to be ousted from the country.
It is the third time for Iraq to announce a date for the provincial elections, which were initially set to be held simultaneously with the parliament elections in May.
Israel’s internal security service says it was prepared to thwart any foreign intervention in the upcoming elections, as suspicions were made on Russia.
Israeli PM Netanyahu, contesting an April election under shadow of possible corruption charges, demanded Monday to confront state’s witnesses against him.
Al-Sisi of Egypt made several wrong claims in his appearance on January 6, 2019 on the “60 Minutes” TV show in United States, Human Rights Watch said today.
Thai authorities says Saudi woman was stopped in Thailand as she tried to flee to Australia to seek asylum is under the care of the U.N. refugee agency.
In a new breakthrough in women’s rights, Saudi men will no longer be able to divorce without the knowledge of their wives.
Egypt does not want the CBS news program “60 Minutes” to broadcast an interview conducted with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi CBS said.
The UAE must release pro-democracy campaigner Ahmed Mansoor, whose 10-year jail sentence for criticizing government on social media was upheld this week.