The Duke of Cambridge took to the high seas to learn about the role of Royal Navy sailors helping to protect British-flagged ships from Iranian attack.
The Duke of Cambridge watched British troops and their Kuwaiti counterparts storm a building during a dramatic military exercise as his tour of the Middle East country ended.
The US and Turkey have agreed to a ceasefire in the Turks’ deadly attacks on Kurdish fighters in northern Syria.
US vice president Mike Pence has announced that the US and Turkey have agreed to a five-day ceasefire in northern Syria.
A US delegation is pressing Turkey to accept a ceasefire in northern Syria hours after Donald Trump declared the US has no stake in defending Kurdish fighters who died by the thousands as America’s partners against so-called Islamic State extremists.
Syrian forces have entered the strategic border town of Kobani, blocking a path for the Turkish military to establish a “safe zone” free of Syrian Kurdish fighters.
Maxine Peake has cancelled a play in London to highlight the plight of Palestinian playwrights and other artists targeted by the Israeli authorities.
BBC journalist Jeremy Bowen has revealed he is suffering from bowel cancer but is staying positive.
It was a Dons double in Dubai today as Derek McInnes and Sam Cosgrove were named the Scottish Premiership’s manager and player of the month for December.
I was part of an official foreign press tour of the Jewish communities on the Israeli side of the Gaza Strip.
I feel the need - the need for speed!
Shares in Sage Group tanked on Friday as the software firm revised down its forecast for annual sales following a poor first half.
A leading petro-economist says high oil prices could be sustained “for weeks” should tensions continue in the Middle East.
Nearly 70 refugees from war-torn Syria are due to be settled in Aberdeen by the end of the year.
A group of Aberdeenshire mums are reaching out to Syrian refugee families with a fundraiser this weekend.
Tony Blair has resigned as the Quartet’s Middle East peace envoy after nearly eight years in the role, officials in Jerusalem have said.
He was once one of Scotland’s richest men – but now millionaire Calum Melville has vanished leaving a trail of debts.
An Aberdeen international aid worker said the Moslem community of Sydney has been left "deeply concerned" by yesterday's Lindt Cafe hostage siege.
An old friend of an Aberdeen man fighting for an Islamic extremist group in the Middle East has confirmed that he is still alive.
North-east health researchers are using their skills in the Middle East to identify what causes errors when prescribing medication.
An old friend of an Aberdeen man who was pictured in a recruiting video for jihadist group, Isis, has insisted he was not subjected to extremist views growing up in the north-east.
An old friend of an Aberdeen man who turned to terrorism last night said his “chances of survival are minimal” in the Middle East.
A north-east man exposed as an extremist militant planned charity football matches in Aberdeen to raise money for humanitarian aid just months before he turned his life to terror.
The "bravest orchestra in the world" from war-torn Iraq - but "made in Scotland" - has cancelled its planned debut in America because of the conflict in the Middle Eastern country.
Feature column by Angus Robertson MP: