Iraq has been hit by a year-long surge in bloodshed driven principally by widespread discontent among its Sunni Arab minority.
Syrian government forces seized a town from rebels near the Lebanese border to cut off opposition fighters’ fluid supply lines.
The al-Qaida-linked Abdallah Azzam Brigades issued a statement published on Saturday apologising for civilian deaths.
Israel accuses Iran of supplying rockets to foes – militants in Gaza and Lebanon’s Hezbollah and it has moved to intercept weapons shipments in the past.
Morsi’s lawyer demanded replacement of two of the three judges, alleging that one of them spoke about the case in a media interview.
IAEA had found no evidence of military objectives in Iran’s nuclear drive.
Those killed in the blast include nine insurgents, plus two women and two children who were from nearby.
The move is the latest blow struck in a rivalry between Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his former ally Fethullah Gulen.
Hamdallah expressed gratitude to donor nations, but said Israeli settlements were “severely” hampering development.
The crime, committed in 2010, came to light after skeletons were discovered during digging on the farm.
Morsi is facing the trial on charges of conspiring with foreign groups to undermine Egypt’s security.
As per government estimate, around 1.41 lakh Indians left Saudi Arabia between April 6 and November 3, 2013, following the enforcement of Nitaqat law.
A day after Ugandan President enacted a severe antigay law, a Ugandan newspaper published a list of the country’s “200 top” gays.
Boko Haram militants raided a school and slaughter 58 students in Nigeria.
The US is seeking a clarification on this matter from Iraq to ensure that they respect the limits of international law.
Beblawi announced on state TV that his cabinet has submitted its resignation to Interim President Adly Mansour.
The sound of intense gunfire and sporadic explosions could be heard coming from the presidential complex.
On Sunday the Islamists militants killed 106 people in Igze village making it one of their deadliest assaults so far.
UN appealed for USD 933 million for the humanitarian crisis in Somalia this year, but it has received only USD 36 million.
Bomb blasts in Lebanon have become common due to the war in Syria, killing and wounding scores of people.
White house press secretary said that the situation in Syria is horrendous and the only resolution to this is through negotiation.
While noting that the deal will take time, Iran firmly reiterated that it can reach an agreement on its disputed nuclear drive.
A jihadist group called Ansar Beit al-Maqdis claimed responsibility for the suicide bombing of a tour bus in Egypt.
The bus was carrying 33 South Korean tourists and two Egyptians when the bomber detonated his explosives.
US Secretary of State John Kerry alleged that the Syrian war is being aided and abetted by Russia.
The Egyptian court adjourned the trial of Mohamed Morsi to February 23 to allow the lawyers’ syndicate to appoint new lawyers.
UN mediator Lakhdar Brahimi will hold a final meeting with both sides.
Violence has reached a level not seen since 2008, when Iraq was just emerging from a period of brutal sectarian killings.
Due to Syrian airstrikes and heavy artillery in the city of Aleppo, 51 people including 13 rebels have lost their lives.
The UN has requested for a ceasefire between Sudan govt and rebels so humanitarian aid can reach the masses.