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The verdict of the court in Cairo stays memebers of the group in Egypt will be labelled a "terrorist element." (Photo: AFP)
13:26 GMT
A Cairo court has declared Hamas’ military wing, Al-Qassam Brigades, a terrorist organisation.
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack so far. (Photo: AFP/File)
12:37 GMT
At least nine people have been killed and several others wounded during separate bomb attacks in and around the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, sources say.
The money will be used to help Syrian refugees get through the winter in Lebanon's refugee camps. (Photo: Hassan Jarah/AFP)
11:45 GMT
An EU delegation announced Saturday that it has pledged 37 million euros ($42 million) in emergency winter aid to Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
South Korea 1-2 Australia: Hosts win Asian Cup in extra-time (picture courtesy of fifa.com)
11:44 GMT
A last-minute equaliser from Song Heung-min had prevented Massimo Luongo's goal from giving the Socceroos a win over 90 minutes, but James Troisi scored the winner
Imag Mugniyeh died in bomb attack in Syria seven years ago. (Photo: AFP)
10:01 GMT
Imad Mughniyeh, the global operations chief of Iranian-backed Lebanese terror group Hezbollah who died in a bomb blast in Damascus on February 12, 2008, was reportedly assassinated in a joint Mossad-CIA operation that required special approval from president George W. Bush.
The flower men traditionally wear garlands of herbs and flowers. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images)
08:56 GMT
They live in the Habala Mountains that straddle Saudi Arabia's southern border with Yemen but take orders from neither government, instead living their lives under the dictates of tribal law.
A photo taken on January 30, 2015 shows the eastern part of the destroyed Syrian town of Kobane, also known as Ain al-Arab. Kurdish forces recaptured the town on the Turkish frontier on January 26, in a symbolic blow to the jihadists who have seized large swathes of territory in their onslaught across Syria and Iraq. (AFP/BULENT KILIC)
08:47 GMT
A photo taken on January 30, 2015 shows the eastern part of the destroyed Syrian town of Kobane.
Japan's deputy foreign minister said there had been no progress in securing the release of a Japanese journalist and Jordanian pilot. (Photo: YouTube)
07:51 GMT
Negotiations with Daesh over the fate of two hostages they are holding are "deadlocked", Japan's deputy foreign minister has said
David Ginola
07:26 GMT
Former France international David Ginola has confirmed that he would not stand up against Sepp Blatter for FIFA's presidential election in May, after failing to secure the backing of five football associations.
Djokovic knocks Wawrinka out
07:18 GMT
World number one Novak Djokovic cruised to his fifth Australian Open final by defeating defending champion Stanislas Wawrinka in a dramatic five-set contest in Melbourne.
AQAP's ideological leader has called for further attacks against the West. (Photo: Screenshot from YouTube)
07:17 GMT
Al-Qaeda in Yemen (AQAP) has named France as its top enemy over the US, AFP has reported. The group's chief ideological leader Ibrahim al-Rubaish said this was because of the "weakening" of the US in recent years.
The expert reportedly worked under Saddam Hussein's regime before joining Al-Qaeda and then Daesh. (Photo:AFP/File)
06:41 GMT
The Pentagon says a US-led airstrike has killed a “chemical weapons expert” working for Daesh in northern Iraq.
Fighting spread to Idlib Province, in what Syria analyst Noah Bonsey described as an "instance of Nusra efforts to expand their areas of dominance in Idlib and Aleppo," and eliminate the Western-backed groups from northern Syria. (AFP/File)
06:00 GMT
Fighting between the al-Nusra Front ad the Western-backed rebels spread from Aleppo into Idlib on Friday.
Umm Kulthum will forever remain the only singer to unite Arabs with her music. (Image: Ahot.tumblr.com)
06:00 GMT
A timeline highlighting the life and career of the world's most iconic singer Umm Kulthum.
Bahraini demonstrators protest the detention of Sheikh Ali Salman, the secretary general of the al-Wefaq opposition movement. (AFP/File)
05:00 GMT
Bahrain forces cracked down on those protesting the detention of Sheikh Ali Salman of the al-Wefaq opposition group on Friday in the town of Diraz.
While U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was attending King Abdullah's funeral in Saudi Arabia, a massive snowstorm hit his hometown of Boston. (AFP/File)
05:00 GMT
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was fined $50 for failing to shovel the snow outside his Boston home while he was in Saudi Arabia for King Abdullah's funeral.

January 30, 2015

Iraqi crude production is climbing from a 35-year high.
22:18 GMT
“This price war is not just between Saudi Arabia and the U.S., it’s also intra-OPEC,” said Seth Kleinman,
Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah said on Friday: “We do not want a war, but we do not fear it... We have the right to confront the enemy at any time, place, or manner.” (AFP/File)
16:58 GMT
Hezbollah leader Nasrallah delivered a speech Friday regarding the Israeli attack on the Syrian Golan Heights. He asserted that Hezbollah is not afraid of war with Israel.
GCAA said that the rules will cover both commercial and corporate use of drones in the country.Unauthorized drones in Dubai’s airspace temporarily halted air traffic for 55 minutes on Friday.
16:56 GMT
The UAE currently uses drones for official purposes such as to deliver documents and packages to its citizens as part of its efforts to upgrade government services.
The Al-Araby Television network, of which Al-Araby Al-Jadeed channel was the first to launch, addresses audiences in the Arab world, particularly the youth.
16:25 GMT
The Qatari-funded channel, Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, was launched from London on Sunday, a highly symbolic date as it coincided with the fourth anniversary of the 25 January Revolution in Egypt.
The injured victim was rushed to the hospital. He is now in stable condition. (AFP/File)
16:21 GMT
Unknown gunmen attacked two U.S. citizens in Saudi Arabia on Friday. One of the victims was injured, but he his currently in stable condition.
The father of captured pilot Mu'ath Kasasbeh protests outside the Royal Court in Amman, January 28, 2015. (AFP/File)
15:42 GMT
Jordan's government on Friday threatened to hang Sajida al-Rishawi and other Daesh prisoners if the captured pilot is killed by the militant group.
Ezz is being accused of marrying Zeina in secret and having her twins. (Image: Facebook)
15:33 GMT
We can't believe it either, but rumor has it that Ahmed Ezz is now engaged, despite still fighting a paternity battle in court with Zeina!
Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein
15:03 GMT
The Portuguese legend and the Jordan FA chief have confirmed the submissions of nominations to the Electoral Committee ahead of Thursday's midnight deadline
Saudi blogger Raif Badawi was sentenced to 1,000 lashes for insulting Islam. (AFP/File)
14:59 GMT
Saudi blogger Raif Badawi's second round of 50 lashes was postponed for the third week in a row. He is sentenced to 1,000 lashes, delivered in sets of 50 each Friday.
A senior commander was among the six Peshmerga fighters killed in the attack. (AFP/File)
12:50 GMT
Daesh launched a surprise assault on Kirkuk, an oil-rich city in northern Iraq. The attacks killed at least six Peshmerga fighters, including a senior commander.
Israel will build the homes in four West Bank settlements, including Elkana, pictured above. (AFP/File)
12:13 GMT
The Israeli government published tenders to build 430 new settler homes in the West Bank. A Palestinian official condemned the measure as a "war crime."
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) logo
11:39 GMT
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has bluntly turned down Saudi Arabia's bid to jointly host the 2020 Olympic Games after it suggested that the competition would be for men only, with the women's competition being held in Bahrain.
Iraq 2-3 UAE: Khalil double seals third place
11:30 GMT
The result gave UAE their second-best finish in the competition in an entertaining third-place play-off on Friday
The bombs exploded in Bab al-Sharqi, a popular market in central Baghdad. (AFP/File)
10:15 GMT
Two bombs killed 12 civilians in Baghdad Friday morning. The bombs exploded in a popular market in Bab al-Sharqi.
The militant group Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis changed its name to Sinai Province after pledging allegiance to Daesh last year. (AFP/File)
08:44 GMT
Daesh's Egypt wing, Sinai Province, claimed responsibility for the attacks on the Sinai Peninsula. At least 26 security personnel were killed.
The Syrian ambassador to the UN Bashar Jaafari led the Syrian government delegation. (AFP/File)
08:20 GMT
Syria peace talks ended in Moscow with little result. The parties agreed to reconvene for another round of talks, but did not set a date.
2022 World Cup logo
06:36 GMT
The organisers of the Qatar 2022 Fifa World Cup have shrugged off their detractors and insisted: “We are here for the long haul.”
Ten days later, this guy realizes his bouncing baby boy is, in fact, a girl. (Shutterstock)
05:00 GMT
The father alleges that the hospital informed him that his wife had given birth to a baby boy but 10 days later they changed their story and told him it was a girl.
Lebanese army troops drive an armoured personnel carrier in the village of Ras Baalbak in the eastern Bekaa Valley near the border with Syria during clashes between Islamist fighters and Lebanese troops on Jananuary 23, 2015, leaving casualties on both sides. (AFP)
05:00 GMT
In the 25th edition of its world report HRW alleged various human rights violations in Lebanon with regard to discrimination, violence, government regulations and judicial decisions.

January 29, 2015

Mohamed Salah
23:47 GMT
The Premier League leaders have agreed a €33 million deal to sign the Colombian with out-of-favour winger Mohamed Salah heading to Fiorentina on an 18-month loan deal
Parwas and her cars. (Image: Facebook)
23:41 GMT
She lost season two of "Arab Idol", but she's definitely winning at life.
Umm Kulthum performing on stage. (Image: cropped from Wikipedia)
23:25 GMT
Ever wondered what's all the hype about Umm Kulthum. Here's all the dish.
Troops man a checkpoint in the Sinai. (File photo)
20:53 GMT
At least 20 people, including civilians, were killed in a series of militant attacks involving car bombs and mortar rounds in Egypt's Sinai peninsula.
King Salman has announced several major cabinet moves. (File photo)
20:32 GMT
Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi is staying in place, Reuters reported.
An Egyptian demonstrator shouts slogans during a women's demonstration in Cairo on January 29, 2015 protesting the killing of Shaima al-Sabbagh, who was killed in clashes with Egyptian police during a rare left-wing protest in central Cairo on January 25, 2015. (AFP/Mohamed El-Shahed)
17:00 GMT
Protesters held signs commemorating Shaimaa Al-Sabbagh and Sondos Abu-Bakr, both of whom were killed by police forces during demonstrations.
Muath Kasasbeh and Sajida al-Rishawi (File photo).
16:36 GMT
The New York Times is reporting that negotiations between Jordan and Isis appeared to have collapsed, citing a source in contact with Jordanian officials.
Affording a home and getting married is still difficult under Sisi for many young men unable to make a living.
16:35 GMT
Facing grim economic prospects at home, desperate young Egyptians are seeking jobs in Libya, a country sliding into lawlessness.
The supermarkets are using signs to direct people to the right cashier and inform them about the rule set by the municipality. (Source: Gulf News)
16:19 GMT
Dubai Municipality has asked supermarkets to provide one cashier specifically made for purchasing these foods due to several complaints made by Muslims in the UAE.
Earlier Wednesday, sacked employees staged a protest outside the casino premises in Maameltein north of Beirut.
16:11 GMT
Casino du Liban’s board of directors is reassessing its decision to lay off 191 employees.
But revenue growth was the weakest since the start of 2013, and spending rose faster.
16:05 GMT
Facebook posted a fourth-quarter revenue of $3.85 billion up 49 per cent from $2.59 billion in the year-ago period.
The United Nations figures point to 136,717 refugees registered with the organisation in Egypt.
15:59 GMT
Textual and visual representations of the Syrian refugee crisis have flooded international media outlets and the press releases of aid organisations since the Syrian uprising first erupted on March 2011.
Algeria team
15:44 GMT
Algeria are the top-ranked African team and are considered title favourites at the Africa Cup of Nations after advancing from a group of death along with Ghana.
Omar Abdulrahman
15:36 GMT
The United Arab Emirates face off against Iraq for third place in the Asian Cup Friday but the forthcoming World Cup qualifiers are now looming large on the horizon.
Analysts said the outlook remained weak, especially with demand slowing in China.
15:31 GMT
Oil remained weak in Asia on Thursday after data showing record US stockpiles sent prices tumbling to the lowest level in nearly six years.
The father of Jordanian air force pilot Muath al-Kasasbeh takes part in a protest near the Prime Minister's office in Amman late on Jan. 27 (AFP/Khalil Mazraawi)
15:20 GMT
An interview with Jordan's foreign minister; conditions in Daesh-occupied Mosul; and sinful selfies in Indonesia.
The situation began Tuesday when Daesh released an audio recording purporting to be the voice of Japanese hostage Kenji Goto asking for the release of Iraqi prisoner Sajida Rishawi, who faces the death penalty for her involvement in hotel bombings in 2005 in Amman.
15:03 GMT
The Hashemite Kingdom reacts as a new sunset deadline for Sajida Rishawi's release, and both hostages' lives, looms within hours.
Jordan's government spokesman Mohammad al-Momani addressed the press earlier today. (AFP/Khalil Mazraawi)
14:44 GMT
Jordan's government spokesman Mohammad al-Momani announced the government demands proof of life for the Jordanian pilot Mu'ath al-Kasasbeh before they will consider a prisoner exchange for Sajida al-Rashawi.
Carmen is confident in the work she presents and isn't bothered by Dounia's comments. (Image: Albawaba file)
14:34 GMT
Carmen Suleiman finally responds to Dounia Batma's criticisms of her!
Iraqi Sunni fighters from the Jubur tribe rest after defeating Daesh in the village of Sharween in Diyala province, northeast of Baghdad. The symbolic victory for Baghdad, which has at times struggled to push Daesh back, could clear the way for further advances against the jihadists. (AFP/AHMAD AL-RUBAYE)
13:36 GMT
The probe will investigate accusations made by Sunni politicians and tribal chiefs from Iraq's eastern Diyala province that pro-government militias killed more than 72 unarmed civilians who had fled clashes with Daesh.
Elissa arriving at the Elie Saab show in Paris. (Image: Facebook)
13:24 GMT
Fashionista Elissa attended Lebanese fashion designer Elie Saab's latest show at Paris Fashion Week on Wednesday.
Radhi Shenaishil
13:11 GMT
Iraq coach Radhi Shenaishil is set to return to his club after leading the team in the Asian Cup third-place match against the United Arab Emirates on Friday but the players are anxious to retain their boss.
Attacks like these have become a common occurrence in Iraq. (AFP/GETTY IMAGES/Arwan Ibrahim)
12:55 GMT
A series of attacks occurred in and around Iraq's capital city of Baghdad, killing a total of nine people and injuring 32 others.
"We want to be treated like human beings, like real workers," said Leticia, a Filipina who was assaulted and raped by her employer several years ago.
12:34 GMT
A historic event in the struggle of male and female workers in Lebanon happened on January 25
A Las Vegas court sentenced the 25-year-old Saudi Air Force sergeant to 35 years in prison. (Shutterstock)
12:00 GMT
A Saudi Air Force sergeant stationed in Texas was convicted of raping a 13-year-old boy at a Las Vegas casino hotel.
The use of experimental projects to gain information about how the enterprise might best use gamification will help create a viable action plan.
11:49 GMT
What if the psychological concepts that underpin such apps could be harnessed to the benefit – rather than the detriment – of the employer in question?
Yemeni Shiite supporters of the Huthi movement march in support of the Shiite movement's uprising, in the capital Sanaa. Yemen faced a dangerous power vacuum after its president announced his resignation over a deadly standoff with Shiite militia controlling the capital and lawmakers called an emergency weekend session. (AFP/Mohammed Huwais)
11:35 GMT
The government of Prime Minister Khaled Bahah, which resigned last week, has said it is no longer responsible for running Yemen's affairs
The Israeli received training in weapons, preparing explosives and carrying out missions for the groups. (AFP/Guillaume Briquet)
11:09 GMT
Amin Ahmed Salah Snobar, age 24, traveled to Syria to train with two al-Qaeda affiliates before returning to Israel.
Both sides have disputed major differences during talks, leading to missing two deadlines in 2014. (AFP/File)
11:03 GMT
Officials from Iran are due to meet with members of the P5+1 group in Istanbul Thursday in a bid to secure a longterm deal over Tehran's nuclear program.
Abu Khaled of Australia speaks flanked by other Daesh jihadists in propaganda video. (Image: Screenshot)
10:28 GMT
20,730 foreign fighters, including about 11,000 people from the Middle East, went to Iraq and Syria.
A protester covers his face with a Palestinian flag during an attack on the UN headquarters in Gaza City, January 28, 2015. (AFP/File)
10:26 GMT
Palestinian protesters attacked the United Nations compound in Gaza following the UN's decision to halt funding for rebuilding homes destroyed during the Israeli war with Hamas.
Elie celebrated Lebanon’s capital for all the creativity and elegance it has instilled in him. (Image: THE UNDERGRAD MIND)
10:16 GMT
Elie Saab explains how Beirut is the inspiration behind his elegant, glamorous and creative couture collections.
Armed members of the Shia Houthi group guard a demonstration in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, January 23, 2015. (AFP/File)
10:01 GMT
Seven Houthi fighters were killed following a suspected Al Qaeda attack in the Yemeni central province of al-Bayda Thursday.
It's Serena versus Sharapova in Oz Open final
09:53 GMT
World number one Serena Williams trounced her unseeded American opponent Madison Keys in straight sets to set up a clash against arch-rival Maria Sharapova in the Australian Open final in Melbourne.
"Karama Has No Walls" director Sarah Ishaq at the 2014 Oscars with Steve McQueen. (Image: Twitter)
09:42 GMT
Known best for her Academy Award nominated film "Karama Has No Walls", Scottish-Yemeni director Sarah Ishaq shares how that and another documentary have changed her life.
An Egyptian riot police man stands guard in a street in the Egyptian city of Port Said.
(AFP Photo\ Stringer)
09:24 GMT
Three were injured in an explosion in a bus station in Port Said in the early hours of Thursday, Aswat Masryia reported.
Two soldiers were killed and seven wounded in Hezbollah attack near Lebanon border. (Image: Ynetnews.com)
09:16 GMT
Hezbollah stays strong and retaliates at IDF attacks; Lebanese Southerner "celebrates" the IDF attacks; Babies are dying in Gaza due to cold and underfunding; French police question 8-year-old on suspicion of “defending terrorism”!
Israeli troops carry an injured soldier in the village of Ghajar following a Hezbollah attack, January 28, 2015. (AFP/File)
09:11 GMT
US spokesperson Jen Psaki called on both Israel and Lebanon to "respect the blue line" between both countries and condemned yesterday's Hezbollah attack, which left two Israeli soldiers dead.
It's unclear what will happen to Rico's career following his drug arrest. (Image: Bokra.net)
08:19 GMT
Egyptian folk singer Rico decided to take heroin... but that didn't work out for him when police caught him red-handed!
Fatima Naoot criticized the slaughter of sheep and goats during Eid al-Adha in a Facebook post. (Shutterstock)
08:18 GMT
Egyptian poet Fatima Naoot could face a three-year jail term for "contempt of Islam", after she criticized slaughtering animals for Eid al-Adha.
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon (R) greets President of Israel, Reuven Rivlin before a meeting at the UN headquarters in New York on January 26, 2105. (AFP/Jewel Samad)
07:56 GMT
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon denounced the attack, urging the UN to publicly condemn Hezbollah as a "terrorist organization."
An Israeli soldier stands next to a burnt out vehicle in the village of Ghajar following a Hezbollah attack, January 28, 2015. (AFP/File)
07:49 GMT
After at least two Israeli soldiers were killed following a Hezbollah ambush Wednesday, it is clear both sides have a long and turbulent history. Here's a recap.
Lebanese Prime Minister Tammam Salam speaks to the press following his official appointment by President Michel Sleiman. (AFP/Anwar Amro)
07:42 GMT
Lebanese Prime Minister Tammam Salam received assurance from Hezbollah that the recent clashes on the border will not lead to full scale war with Israel.
The skull is proof that modern man set up shop in Middle East before colonizing the European continent. (Shutterstock)
07:32 GMT
Unearthing the skull was a major scientific triumph, as it is the oldest discovered human remain outside of Africa.
Safi al-Kassasbeh, the father of Jordanian pilot Maaz al-Kassasbeh (portrait), who was captured by Islamic State (IS) group militants on December 24 after his F-16 jet crashed while on a mission against the jihadists over northern Syria, protests outside the Royal court in Amman on January 28, 2015. The IS group threatened to kill the Jordanian pilot and a Japanese journalist within 24 hours unless Jordan frees a jailed female militant. (AFP / KHALIL MAZRAAWI)
07:29 GMT
Safi al-Kassasbeh, the father of Jordanian pilot Maaz al-Kassasbeh (portrait), who was captured by Islamic State (IS) group militants on December 24 after his F-16 jet crashed while on a mission against the jihadists over northern Syria, protests outside the Royal court in Amman on January 28, 2015.
The Iraqi army, backed by volunteers, would soon launch the massive operation to retake more areas from the militants across the troubled region, according to security sources. (AFP/Welayat Salahuddin)
07:16 GMT
A senior Daesh commander has been killed together with a dozen of his comrades during a missile strike carried out by the Iraqi army in the troubled northern province of Salahuddin.
The wife of captured Jordanian pilot Mu'ath Kasasbeh, is comforted by a relative outside the King's palace, January 28, 2015. (AFP/File)
07:07 GMT
Daesh militants set a new deadline to exchange Sajida al-Rishawi for captured Jordanian pilot Mu'ath Kasasbeh by sunset in a new audio recording released Thursday.
Last year, six senior Taliban commanders pledged allegiance to Daesh in Pakistan. (AFP/File)
06:41 GMT
A Pakistani militant affiliated with Daesh allegedly received funding from the US to sent recruits to Syria, according to a leading newspaper.
Shell is one of the main major oil companies operating in south of Iraq, operating the Majnoon oilfield and leading the Basra Gas Company joint venture.
05:55 GMT
Royal Dutch Shell has signed a deal with Iraq worth $11 billion to build a petrochemicals plant in the southern oil hub of Basra.
Cheech and Chong need not apply for Saudi visas - the duo's brand of stoner humor would go up in smoke in the kingdom. (Wikimedia Commons)
05:00 GMT
Cheech and Chong need not apply for Saudi visas - the duo's brand of stoner humor would go up in smoke in the kingdom.
People demonstrate against German right-wing movement PEGIDA in Frankfurt am Main, Germany on Jan. 26. Around 15,000 people took part in the demonstration, according to the police. (AFP/Christoph Schmidt)
05:00 GMT
The German anti-Muslim and immigrant group PEGIDA has been thrown into further disarray as it lost its second leader in one week.
Screenshot of Angelina Jolie's New York Times headline.
05:00 GMT
After visiting Iraqi refugee camps, Angelina Jolie shared her shocking experiences in an op-ed published in the New York Times.
The jobs will span the entire spectrum of the Abu Dhabi-based airline’s operations.
04:55 GMT
Etihad Airways will offer jobs to more than 6,000 UAE nationals over the next five years as part of its UAE national development strategy, the airline said.
Last year saw the region’s largest-ever IPO, with Saudi-based National Commercial Bank raising 6 billion dollars on its stock market.
04:55 GMT
A total of 27 IPOs were issued in 2014, raising a collective total of 11.5 billion US dollars, almost four times the 3 billion US dollars that was raised in 2013 from 25 IPOs.
Majid Al Futtaim... balance sheet solid with assets
of $12.25 billion.
04:55 GMT
Dubai-based mall operator Majid Al Futtaim signalled on Tuesday it expects the emirate to remain a magnet for shoppers, announcing plans to double its business within five years.
The phone is a 4G Android phone and has a five-inch Full HD device and is powered by quad-core 2.3GHz processor.
04:55 GMT
Despite the high price, it is not the most costliest phone in the world.
Safi al-Kaseasbeh, father of captive Jordanian pilot Muath Kasasbeh, exits a royal palace in Amman  Wednesday, January 29 after a meeting with Jordan's King Abdullah to discuss ongoing negotiations for his son's release from Daesh militants. (Al Bawaba/Alisa Reznick)
02:07 GMT
As a 24-hour deadline for the release of Iraqi prisoner Sajida al-Rishawi closes without a swap deal, tensions run high in Jordan over fate of captive pilot Muath Kasasbeh, and Daesh releases a new audio recording promising "immediate" execution for both captives if new swap deadline is not met.

January 28, 2015

Ange Postecoglou
22:27 GMT
Australia coach Ange Postecoglou said he's not worried about South Korea's miserly defence in the Asian Cup final after the Socceroos underlined their incredible ability to score through almost any player.
The two documentaries will be shown at 1st of February at Zawya Cinema. (Image: Zawya Facebook page)
21:51 GMT
To break that taboo, Egypt's Zawya Cinema’s screens will feature new Yemeni films to be shown to the public and open to discussion the behind-the-scenes actions with their makers.
sraeli soldiers carry their injured comrade in the divided village of Ghajar after an anti-tank missile hit an army vehicle in an occupied area on the border with Lebanon on Jan. 28. (AFP/Jalaa Marey)
18:58 GMT
A UNIFIL soldier – part of a Spanish unit – was also killed in the violence.
Earlier Wednesday, a UNIFIL peacekeeper was killed in cross border fire, while Israel's military said two soldiers were killed and seven wounded.
17:37 GMT
After a Hezbollah strikes on an Israeli military convoy in south Lebanon Wednesday, the Lebanese militant group receives mixed reactions from the international community.
Alireza Faghani
16:55 GMT
Iran’s Alireza Faghani has been selected to judge the Saturday South Korea–Australia match in the 2015 AFC Asian Cup final.