US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel spoke with Egyptian Defense Minister Colonel General Sedki Sobhy on Saturday to confirm the United States plans to deliver 10 Apache helicopters to Egypt to support Cairo's counter-terrorism efforts, the Pent
Bahrain has stressed the need for a global partnership to counter terrorism with resolve and efficacy.
"Terrorism knows no border as no country is spared from its dangers and threats. This requires security and defence strategies t
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah said terrorism would soon spread to Europe and the US unless it is quickly dealt with in the Middle East, the Saudi state news agency reported late on Friday.
The king made the statement during a r
Saudi Arabia has donated $100 million to the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Centre (UNCCT) during a joint press conference at the UN headquarters recently.
Present at the conference were UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Saudi A
Tehran has not received a request from Baghdad to supply it with weapons but is ready to do so if asked, Iran's deputy foreign minister said on Tuesday during a visit to Moscow.
Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said that Tehran had no
Iran could contemplate co-operating with its old adversary the US on restoring security to Iraq if it saw Washington confronting "terrorist groups in Iraq and elsewhere", Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Saturday.
Iran has come under fierce attack for backing terrorism in GCC countries and Bahrain in particular.
It was accused of using Shi'ites in Gulf nations as a sectarian tool to threaten their regimes and spread
Libya called on the United Nations and international community to help fight what it called a war on terrorism, the government said on Wednesday, struggling to stop the major oil producer sliding into widening chaos and instability.
Arab nations must work together to combat the scourge of terrorism, Bahrain's Interior Minister Lieutenant General Shaikh Rashid bin Abdulla Al Khalifa said yesterday.
Violence and extremism are the main ch
Bahrain is considering tough new laws to step up its war on terrorism and counter the recent dangerous shifts in terror tactics.
The move was announced yesterday - following the Daih terror blast in which three on-duty policemen w