Desperate earthquake survivors like Boran Kubat are using Instagram and WhatsApp to plead with rescuers to find them, as the death-toll from the quake is projected to hit 20,000.
Archaeologists fear that other priceless historical monuments may have been damaged in devastating tremors that struck southeastern Turkey and Syria on February 6.
Around 700 Syrians have voluntarily crossed back over the Lebanese border to their homeland. Rights groups say they are at risk of torture and arbitrary detention.
Dual US-Saudi national Saad Ibrahim Almadi, 72, was arrested when he arrived in Saudi Arabia last year. It’s the latest sign of the regime cracking down on online dissent.
NEOM, a futuristic city that's the brainchild of Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, is slated to host the 2029 event.
Mohammed bin Salman has managed to “fall up” despite being accused of ordering the murder of a journalist.
The encrypted chat app published “easy” detailed instructions to help anyone set up a proxy server to help Iranians.
Mahsa Amini, 22, fell into a coma and died after being rounded up by morality police in Tehran and “re-educated” for not complying with the modesty law.
The incident was reportedly sparked by young women going on hunger strike over living conditions at the institution.