Both teens were shot on separate occasions at a protest near Ofer Military Prison in the occupied West Bank on May 15.
A militia group led by a former rebel commander stormed Libya's parliament building on Sunday, amid renewed fighting.
The mass burials of at least 284 victims of Turkey's Soma mine accident have started, as anger and political recrimination rumbles on.
The prosecution demanded $170,000 for evidence and three lawyers quit in the first hearing of three Al Jazeera journalists in Cairo.
Graphic video has emerged of the huge explosion that killed a reported 29 people near the Syrian Bab al-Salama checkpoint.
There needs to be fundamental changes in mindset if Egypt's new legislation on ingrained sexual harassment is to fulfill its real potential.
At least 238 have been killed and 184 are still missing in a Turkish mining accident that took place in the Soma district.
Abdullah Elshamy is suffering from the beginnings of kidney failure, anaemia, low blood pressure, and blood glucose deficiency.
ISIS criticized al Qaeda’s official Syrian affiliate Jabhat al-Nusra in an audio recording posted to jihadist internet forums on Sunday.
The network claims that Egypt has breached both international law and the terms of a bilateral investment treaty with Qatar.
Syrian state television identified the target as the Carlton hotel in the old part of the city.
The country’s government had decided to block the popular application solely because Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg owned it.
Rebel fighters left the Old City of Homs today under a UN-brokered ceasefire. It was also a propaganda victory for President Assad.
Abdul-Fattah el-Sisi has promised to wipe out the Muslim Brotherhood if elected later in May. This may cause more, not less, instability.
The Israeli soldier known as David Hanahlawi, disciplined for aiming a rifle at Palestinian teens, has received 129,000 likes on Facebook.
To mark World Press Freedom Day, we spoke to some of the brave journalists who have endured the Iranian government's brazen abuse.
The mountain collapsed on top of a remote village in northeastern Afghanistan and has likely already killed hundreds.
Still, Bashar al-Assad's backers would not be happy with anything but complete destruction of rebel forces.
Police in Taksim Square fired rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannons, while protesters threw objects at cops.
A Turkish journalist got a jail sentence for a tweet that punned "fuck you" to Prime Minister Erdogan. Onder Aytac says it was "typo."