Sidon: Ezekiel 28:22-23 predicts a bloody destruction of Sidon. This was fulfilled in the Persian invasion under Artaxerxes III in about 340 BC. About 40,000 people were killed, and Sidon was burnt to the ground.
Petra is an ancient city that lies in Biblical Edomite territory. It was a flourishing city until about 350 AD, after which it slipped into oblivion. This fulfills Isaiah 34:5-11, Jeremiah 49:17-18, Ezekiel 35.
Samaria: Micah predicted (Micah 1:6-7) the destruction of Samaria, an ancient city in central Israel. It was fulfilled in AD 250, when Samaria stopped being a flourishing city.
Egypt was a great civilization before the sixth century BC - the ancient equivalent of a superpower. However, Ezekiel 29:15, written in about 587 BC, predicts that Egypt will be severely degraded and will not rise in power. Shortly afterwards, the Babylonians conquered Egypt, and to this day, Egypt remains a backward country.
"From the east to the west, My name shall be great among the nations, and everywhere incense shall be offered to My name; and a pure food offering; for My name shall be great among the nations, says Jehovah of Hosts." – Malachi 1:11This has been partially fulfilled with the spread of Biblical Christianity all over the world. The complete fulfilment awaits the Millennium.
"Then Jesus spoke to them again, saying, I am the Light of the world [not just of Israel]. He who follows Me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the Light of Life." – John 8:12All over the world, people love Jesus. There are more songs written (and in more languages) about Jesus Christ than about anyone else.
"You [Jesus' disciples] shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." – Acts 1:8Indeed, the good news about Jesus Christ has been preached all over the world. Some of this spread is documented in the book From Jerusalem to Irian Jaya by Don Richardson. The image shows indigenous people of Irian Jaya. The spread of belief in the true God, or Biblical Christianity, is an example of fulfilled prophecy.