The more intense inspections of carry-on electronics are expected to make airport boarding procedures longer than before
The rare measure comes after Israeli ministers decided not to order the removal of metal detectors erected at entrances to the Haram al-Sharif mosque compound
General Ali Mohammed al-Mohannadi tells a news conference the 'hacking' was undertaken 'from two sites... in the Emirates'
The row between Macron and General Pierre de Villiers erupted last week over budget cuts, testing the new president's authority
The military chiefs say their forces would protect a controversial vote Nicolas Maduro has called for next week to elect a body to rewrite the constitution
(UPDATED) The encounter is triggered by the discovery of 50 suspected communist rebels posing as soldiers manning a fake military checkpoint
The new Home Affairs portfolio – which uses Britain's Home Office as a template – will be run by Immigration Minister Peter Dutton in a major shake-up of national security arrangements
The UAE state minister for foreign affairs also denies a Washington Post report saying that his country had been behind an alleged cyber attack on Qatar in May which sparked a crisis
(UPDATED) Dozens of Muslim worshippers hold midday prayers outside the site in protest at new security measures
The data embassy in Luxembourg will notably back up information regarding taxes, land, businesses, identity documents, pensions, legislation, and the census
The United States, a longtime ally of Sunni-ruled Saudi Arabia, has given mixed signals about its policy on the Gulf crisis
'It is time to rethink how each of us can help Filipino farmers, even in small ways'
Hopes of a swift resolution seem as remote as a summer downpour in the desert
US Homeland Security Secretary's comments come hours after Trump again touch a raw nerve in Mexico with his latest remark on the border wall
One of the nuclear firms named in the report is Kansas' Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corporation. The hacks received an 'amber warning,' the second-highest rating for threat severity from the Department of Homeland Security
It is the latest carrier to meet new rules imposed by Washington in March for direct flights from 10 airports in Turkey, the Middle East and North Africa
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says Russia has a 'special responsibility' to help create stability on the ground – or risk hobbling the fight against the Islamic State (ISIS) group
The new sanctions could target countries that continue to trade with North Korea, curb oil exports to North Korea, tighten air and maritime restrictions and impose travel bans on North Korean officials
The PSG revises its target number of dogs to 30 from 25 because of President Rodrigo Duterte's frequent travels all over the country
The former Chief Executive, whose presidency witnessed the worst terror attack in the country, says a 'system of accountability' would allow concerned agencies to perform their functions better
Saudi Arabia says they have received Qatar's response and that they will respond 'at the right time'
Demands for justice and anger over the region's perceived marginalization snowballed into a grassroots movement centered on Al-Hoceima province, but protests also spread to neighboring cities
(UPDATED) The launch marks a milestone in Pyongyang's decades-long drive for the capability to threaten the US mainland with a nuclear strike, and poses a stark foreign policy challenge for Donald Trump
The Commission on Audit says the Presidential Security Group has only 20 working dogs – less than the minimum 25 required
In a consultation with local authorities, Muslims leaders do not oppose the idea, say they want to know more about Paniqui's experience and learn from it
(7th UPDATE) Moscow's defense ministry calls it medium-range in a statement to Russian news agencies.
Iraqi forces are facing increasingly difficult fighting and a rising number of suicide attacks, including some by female bombers, in the final stages of the battle for Mosul
The decision to lift the ban on US-bound Etihad flights from Abu Dhabi comes after the airline implemented enhanced security measures
For a few hours, bombings don't matter in Marawi, as the city watches Manny Pacquiao face Jeff Horn in the ring
The Philippines now serves as an inspiration for global jihadists, say terrorism experts, who asked the government to investigate an ISIS claim the Resorts World gunman converted to Islam
(3rd UPDATE) At least 12 other people are wounded in the blast at the eastern Tahrir Square district in Damascus, Syria
The Pentagon cites cases in 2016 of 'China using its intelligence services, and employing other illicit technologies, controlled equipment, and other materials'
The joint patrol is upon the invitation of the Philippine government, and comes amid the clashes between government troops and local terrorists in Marawi City
The justice department, the Solicitor General, and the Court of Appeals have helped the cases of the alleged pork barrel scam mastermind in no small measure
Several investigations, witnesses, and hearings have been conducted in the past decade yet the existence of the Davao Death Squad remains to be a very contested issue
Despite its apparent benefits, Duterte's policy has not generated any assurance that China will not impose itself and its pre-emptive claim over waters and resources that legally pertain to the Philippines
In disregarding the international ruling on South China Sea, 'We allow ourselves to be bullied, but we call it an independent foreign policy,' an analyst says
Maersk: 'We continue to assess the situation. Until this analysis is complete, we cannot be specific about how many sites and locations are affected or when normal business operations are restored'
Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly says evolving terror threats makes it imperative to raise overall security standards, rather than take a piecemeal approach on personal electronics
The opposition and analysts however say the alleged attack could be a hoax
Around 220 officers from Berlin are unceremoniously released from duty by the Hamburg authorities hosting the July 7-8 G20 summit after they threw a wild party that involved public sex, brawling, urinating
(UPDATED) He did not say when the alleged attack is supposed to have occurred, and said no one was injured and that the grenades failed to detonate
Organizations now plan to simplify and bring human rights closer to the ground and everyday life
(UPDATED) The decision is a win for Donald Trump, who insists the ban is necessary for national security, despite criticism that it singles out Muslims in violation of the US constitution
President Rodrigo Duterte paints human rights defenders as an obstacle to the change he promised, according to iDEFEND's Ellecer Carlos
Father Teresito 'Chito' Soganub, a Catholic priest assigned to Marawi, was seen alive in a part of the city still in the hands of the Maute Group, the military says
Calling himself the 'tribune of the people,' Solicitor General Jose Calida has visited a drug lord in jail and faced the Supreme Court – all to bring down a Duterte critic
Analysts say Moon and Trump's first encounter is likely to be low on drama with the two getting a sense of each other, rather than displaying jarring differences