Al Jazeera Media Network is preparing to make its English language international news channel video content digitally available to US viewers again, according to a July 21 email sent to employees obtained by Reuters.
The move come
The US Embassy in Saudi Arabia said on Thursday it had received reports of a "potential, imminent threat" against US citizens in areas of the city of Jeddah frequented by Westerners.
The notice on the embassy's websi
Oil prices steadied after the US Energy Department reported a ninth consecutive weekly drawdown of crude stocks but an overall build in oil inventories.
US West Texas Intermediate crude for September delivery,
Bahrain has dismissed as "unacceptable interference" statements by the US and Britain criticising its decision to dissolve the main opposition party Al Wefaq because "it deviated from political activities."
The US State Department has approved the sale of $785 million in bombs to the United Arab Emirates for the US-led campaign against Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq, the Pentagon said on Tuesday.
A statement said the Defen
The United States expects to raise more than $2 billion this week for war-torn Iraq during a pledging conference in Washington, a senior State Department official said on Monday.
"We're hoping to raise in excess of $2 bil
Turkey purged its police on Monday after rounding up thousands of soldiers in the wake of a failed military coup, and said it could reconsider its friendship with the US unless Washington hands over a cleric Ankara blames for the putsch.
Multiple police officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, were shot on Sunday morning, a department spokesman said, as the country remains on edge about police and community relations.
Two of the officers have died, Baton Rouge's ch
Turkey's foreign minister said on Saturday he had made clear in a call with US counterpart John Kerry that followers of US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen were behind a coup attempt, but had not directly discussed the cleric's possible extr
US intelligence officials have finished reviewing 28 classified pages of the official report on the September 11 attacks on the US and they show no evidence of Saudi complicity, White House spokesman Josh Earnest said on Friday.