Disneyland’s First-Ever Brewpub to Offer Custom Corporate Beer

Disneyland in southern California is getting its own 7,300-square-foot brewery by beer brand Ballast Point Brewing by the end of 2018, making sure that not only the kids will think of the tourist hotspot...

Syrian missiles ‘harass’ Turkish fighter jets with radar lock

Six Turkish F-16 fighter jets were "harassed" by Syrian regime forces after coming under radar lock for thirty seconds, according to the Turkish Armed Forces. The Turkish military said in a statement on May 3...

Assad Moscow visit: Syria leader in surprise visit

Syria's President Bashar al-Assad has held talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on an unannounced visit to Moscow. Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Mr Assad "came on a working visit to Moscow" on Tuesday...

Construction around site of Göbeklitepe stirs debate

Experts are warning about careless works around the ancient site of Göbeklitepe, considered the world’s oldest temple area, amid reports that the site is being irreparably damaged by “concrete” and “heavy equipment.” “My sorrow is...

UN Chief Enters Hamas-Controlled Gaza After Netanyahu Wrangle

By Saud Abu Ramadan and Jonathan Ferziger Wading into the heart of the Mideast conflict, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres crossed the barricaded threshold between Israel and the Gaza Strip, where Hamas leaders in...

Turkish police arrest 24 over mine disaster

Turkish police on Sunday detained 24 people, including mining executives, suspected of negligence over the disaster that killed 301 people and sparked fury at the government and officials, local media reported, according to AFP. Rescue...

US jury orders Palestinian groups to pay attack victims $290m

JOSEPH AX - February 24, 2015 Palestine Liberation Organisation's defence lawyer Mark Rochon exits the Manhattan Federal Courthouse following a jury's decision in New York. A US jury has found the Palestine Liberation Organisation and the...

We don’t want a war with Iran, says Netanyahu

Raf Sanchez in Jerusalem ISRAEL'S prime minister said yesterday that he was not seeking a military confrontation with Iran, even as he continued his public campaign to convince Donald Trump to strengthen the 2015 nuclear...

Missing Malaysia plane may have been hijacked

Authorities in Malaysia have hinted that the Malaysian plane that recently vanished from radars under yet mysterious circumstances may have been hijacked. Malaysia’s Transport Minister Hishammuddin Hussein said on Sunday that officials believed that the...

Australia Deploys 330 more Troops to Iraq in Training Mission

Australia said Tuesday 330 troops were heading to Iraq for two years to train local soldiers fighting jihadists including the Islamic State group, joining an aerial and special forces contingent in the region. Prime Minister...

Turkey tries to prevent exiled journalists from speaking at UN Human Rights Council

Turkey’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs claimed that two journalists in exile were dangerous terrorists in an attempt to prevent them from speaking at a United Nations Human Rights Council event in Geneva on Tuesday. Abdullah...

Senior AKP deputy slams Erdoğan, his party over Kurdish policies: BBC

A senior Member of Parliament from Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has slammed President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his party over Kurdish policies, the BBC Turkish reported Oct. 18. The AKP deputy, who...

Creditors Refuse to Write Off Ukraine’s Debt

A private creditor committee that holds $10 billion of Ukrainian debt is working on a restructuring plan, which involves no reduction of the country’s debt. The plan “provides Ukraine with the necessary financial liquidity...

Trump: Putin and I had ‘good discussions’ at Apec summit

US President Donald Trump said he had "good discussions" with Russian leader Vladimir Putin when they met briefly at an Asia-Pacific summit in Vietnam. On Twitter, he blasted "haters and fools", who, he said, do...

Arrests over London Hotel Hammer Attack on UAE Tourists

British police were holding four suspects in custody Wednesday after three wealthy female Emirati tourists were bludgeoned in a hammer attack in their luxury London hotel room. The attack happened at around 2:00am Sunday in...

China Probes Police Officers after Brothel Bust

China is investigating eight police officers including a city deputy chief for their role in a prostitution ring that was busted last year, state media have reported. The police -- among them the deputy head...

Report: Joumaa Demands to Stand Trial, Says Negotiations with Nusra ‘Waste of Time’

Syrian detainee Imad Jomaa, a member of the al-Qaida-affiliated al-Nusra Front, whose arrest sparked the Arsal unrest in August, reportedly expressed doubt that negotiations with the jihadists entrenched on the outskirts of the town...

‘Oldest-running’ Armenian daily, based in Istanbul, marks 110th anniversary

This year marks the 110th anniversary of the world’s longest-running minority newspaper, Jamanak, which has chronicled history since its first publication in Istanbul. Established by two Armenian brothers Misak and Sarkis Koçunyan in October 1908,...

Kerry Holds ‘Constructive’ Talks with Palestinians

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met for over two hours Wednesday with Palestinian negotiators for "constructive" talks on future relations with Israel, a U.S. official said. The talks come just days after Israel announced...

Pope Francis: A timeline of historic papacy ahead of Trump meeting

FoxNews.com After publicly feuding over border walls, President Donald Trump and Pope Francis will finally meet on Wednesday. The meeting comes as Trump completes his religious world trip, having already made stops in Saudi Arabia and...