Islamic State claims responsibility for Saudi Arabia attack

The attack on a non-Muslim cemetery in the Saudi Red Sea city of Jeddah wounded several people commemorating World War I.

1917’ a stark,  breathtaking  World War I film

‘1917’ a stark, breathtaking World War I film

Sam Mendes’s 1917 is nothing short of astonishing. Designed as two extraordinarily long, unbroken shots, the film is a stunning feat of cinematography.

THE SIGNING of the Versailles Treaty is portrayed – the ill spirits are back.

Middle Israel: Lessons from a great war’s disastrous peace

A century since the Treaty of Versailles, Europe is steadily returning to the role of global powder keg.

King Faisal I

In the Middle East, WWI centenary is reminder of continuing conflict

Millions in Middle East suffered in WWI, but region largely shrugs off centenary. A look at what happened in 1918 and after.

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