Europe’s patience with Iran wearing thin following raid on UK embassy in Tehran. Scope of sanctions to be debated; oil embargo no longer excluded
Prime Minister Najib Mikati said Wednesday he had transferred Lebanon’s share of funds for a UN-backed court probing the murder of ex-premier Rafiq Hariri, averting a crisis that threatened the collapse of his government.
Europe pressures Iran after UK embassy attack, as Islamic Republic’s parliament member threatens Britain will suffer for its decision to expel Iranian diplomats
Party says its alliance is leading vote, which would give the nation’s oldest Islamist group a powerful parliamentary platform to challenge authority of ruling army generals
First-time voter Hassan Abdel-Hamid had no idea who to vote for in Egypt’s first parliamentary elections since the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak, so he followed the guidance of the friendly activist from the Muslim Brotherhood who handed him a flyer outside the polling station.
Avigdor Lieberman slams cabinet’s decision to transfers PA tax funds, warns Palestinian Authority will ‘use money to shelter murderers’
Following storming of UK Embassy in Tehran, London closes down Iranian Embassy, expels all diplomats; mulls supporting oil embargo on Islamic Republic. France, Germany Italy and Holland recalled ambassadors for consultations