Letters, gifts, medicines, packages ordered online and even a wheelchair among items delivered from Jordan in Israeli ‘goodwill’ measure
Fuel, construction material and goods passed through Kerem Shalom crossing, easing pressure on Gaza's 1.8 million population
New research contradicts previous US intelligence that just 6,000 Isis militants are still operating across the two countries
Security forces massacred more than 900 on one bloody summer day in Cairo in 2013, but the failure to bring any of the perpetrators to justice speaks volumes about the country's human rights crisis
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemns protesters for wanting to 'turn Israel into a Palestinian state'
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says reneging of nuclear deal shows Washington cannot be trusted
Riyadh initially said strike that killed 40 children was a 'legitimate military operation carried out in accordance with humanitarian law'
Dozens more still missing as buildings are reduced to rubble in Idlib province
'I am providing a great service by explaining this to the American people'
More than 100 vessels potentially involved in the drills, according to US official
Teenager was shot in the stomach and later died from his injuries, Gaza's Health Ministry says
Members of the ultra-orthodox Jewish community in Jerusalem have been sprayed with water cannons as they attempted to demonstrate against the city's gay Pride event.